Radio Times magazine: 17-23 March 2012

Guest editor Lord Sugar takes control this week

Lord Sugar has been calling the shots in the Radio Times office!


As guest editor of the new issue, The Apprentice boss not only took charge of features, wrote the cover lines and highlighted his favourite programmes in the schedules, but also found the time to grill Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp on his plans for Euro 2012. 

Plus with the return of the popular BBC1 business series, he explains how to be an entrepreneur in a time of austerity – and how he preps potential Apprentices for the media whirlwind.

Also this week:

A day in the life of Breakfast presenter – and Lord Sugar favourite – Susanna Reid

Just wait until you see who has joined Absolutely Fabulous… 

Miranda Hart relives her trip to a Ugandan slum for Sport Relief

Frank Skinner talks about facing his greatest fear for his Sport Relief challenge – he has to learn to swim

As his comedy series Hit the Road Jack hits our screens, stand-up comic and actor Jack Whitehall says he’s braced for the backlash

New star TV chef Rachel Khoo on setting up a pop-up restaurant in Paris

Alastair Campbell urges greater understanding of mental health issues in the workplace

Stephen Smith, presenter of Sex and Sensibility: the Allure of Art Nouveau, identifies the works that define the art movement 

24 star Kiefer Sutherland reveals his love of big-haired hard rock, BBC News and Corrie

And don’t miss our fantastic offer – a chance to brighten up your garden with 36 free petunias


Next week in Radio Times…Lord Sugar recommends The Voice, BBC1’s X Factor…Julian Fellowes on bringing the story of Titanic to TV…and we’re in conversation with TV’s Mr Sex, Mad Men’s Jon HammOn sale Tuesday 20 March.