“Saying goodbye to Sarah Lund will be like a divorce. And all divorces – I know – are a mix of relief and grief…”
So says The Killing star Sofie Grabol, who joins us in the new issue of Radio Times for an exclusive interview in which she takes us behind the scenes of the drama’s last series and discusses how painful she’ll find letting go of Sarah Lund…
Also this week:
Actress Annie Reid reflects on growing old – and bedding Daniel Craig, Paul Sexton shares his memories of The Rolling Stones as the band celebrates 50 years in the biz, and Dara O Briain explains why he loves science so dearly.
We take a look at the Spanish TV homage to Downton Abbey, bestselling author James Herbert reveals the secrets of effective horror writing, and we meet the man who unmasked Jimmy Savile: detective-turned-investigative-journalist Mark Williams-Thomas.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Victoria Pendleton confesses that she’s finding living from week to week a struggle, Derek Jones tells the tragic story of his son’s life-changing skin condition, and we find out how cricketing ace Freddie Flintoff is getting on in the world of boxing.
Plus, Sarah Millican advises readers against watching Unsafe Sex in the City while eating, Alison Graham rails against the inconclusive ending of Hunted, Martyn Palmer meets Hollywood legend Alec Baldwin and Eddie Mair celebrates Danny Baker’s rants against the “pinheaded weasles” who cancelled his BBC radio show. It’s all in this week’s Radio Times, available now priced £1.40.
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