Radio Times magazine: 31 March-6 April 2012

Emilia Fox dissects Silent Witness and unlocks links to her family's past


We’ve got a thumping great Doctor Who exclusive for you in this week’s magazine in the form of Jenna-Louise Coleman’s first interview since becoming the Doctor’s companion, in which she talks secrecy, special effects and Steven Moffat.


Also this week:

Silent Witness star Emilia Fox discusses the gory delights of the forensic drama and explores her family’s theatrical past

Max Hastings recalls the Falklands Conflict, 30 years on

Giles Coren takes a typically tasty trip round some of Britain’s finest food

Morgan Spurlock presents his guide to being British

Damien Hirst discusses his infamous shark in formaldehyde

Nick Baines, the Bishop of Bradford, says TV shouldn’t forget that religion is about people and communities

Your chance to cast a vote for your favourite religious TV programme (which could earn you £1,000 to spend on home entertainment equipment)

Alison Graham opens up about her addiction to daytime TV game show Pointless

One Born Every Minute’s Linda Abbott, who has delivered babies for 40 years, regrets that she didn’t work in the days of Call the Midwife

Lawrence Donegan on why the Masters golf tournament has changed for the better

Film editor Andrew Collins looks at the films of Judd Apatow and his comedies about developmentally arrested young men

Richard Bacon declares his loathing for The Archers

And Robert Carlyle discusses reality TV, fatherhood and life in Canada


Next week in RTLee Mack is back with more rib-tickling fibs on Would I Lie to You? Des O’Connor, Connie Fisher, Duncan Goodhew, Horrible Histories and RhiannaOn sale Tuesday 3 April.