Radio Times magazine: 4-10 February 2012

Andrew Marr discovers what the Queen is really like - plus don't miss our free healthy TV dinners pull-out

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With the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee just around the corner we sent BBC journalist Andrew Marr, who’s recently enjoyed unique access to the monarch, to speak to the people who really know her best – like Princes William and Harry. Andrew discovers the hidden side of this most enduring – and enigmatic – monarch.

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Also this week:

Don’t miss our free 16-page healthy TV dinners pull-out, featuring recipes from MasterChef, Nigella Lawson, Jamie Oliver, Raymond Blanc and Rick Stein

Peter Capaldi names the people who inspired his foul-mouthed Malcolm Tucker – and reveals the spin doctor within

Being Human star Russell Tovey weighs in on hygiene, porn and Russell Brand in one seriously personal interview

The Roux family reveal the sacrifices they made to get to the top of the culinary world

Emily Maitlis considers the Borgen effect

Eddie Butler assesses the Six Nations Rugby contenders’ form

We take a peek at new series Death Unexplained, which reveals the moving stories that unfold in a London mortuary

Downton Abbey has changed everything on Sundays, the best night on the box, says Alison Graham

Film editor Andrew Collins looks at stand-up comics who have made it big in the movies

And Call the Midwife’s Jenny Agutter on how she’d like to hug Scarlett Johansson

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Next week in RT…Test yourself against the best brains on TV with our puzzles special supplement…find out who was the inspiration for Call the Midwife…and Daniel Radcliffe talks about life after Harry…On sale Tuesday 7 February.