Dolly Parton, Lily Allen and Monty Python in this week’s Radio Times magazine

Maggie Gyllenhaal, Kellie Bright, Dermot O'Leary, Andy Murray and Ben Miller also feature in the latest edition


Inside this week’s Radio Times… 


– When Dolly Parton met Lily Allen – they’re both playing Glastonbury but they’ve got so much more in common than just that… 

– Plus Dermot O-Leary and Jo Whiley reveal their tips for this year’s festival.

– The world’s most famous comedians are back after four decades, but what’s changed for Monty Python? 

-Maggie Gyllenhaal made her reputation in quirky, indie movies. Now she’s making her British TV debut.

– Who’s the most important woman in Wimbledon champion Andy Murray’s life? 

– Ben Miller explains why he’s backing Colombia to triumph at the World Cup.

– Simon Schama on his Jewish roots and why he’d like to be buried in the Thames.

– He’s famous for mimicking the Queen, but where does Stanley Baxter stand on Scottish independence?

– EastEnders’ Kellie Bright wants to do Grease – with Danny Dyer, of course. 

– Jimmy Doherty travels the globe to find the world’s best diet.

– Plus inches from our regular columnists Alison Graham and Eddie Mair.


It’s all packed into this week’s Radio Times – available from Tuesday 24 June