Monday, 28th July 2014 at 4:17 pm
On Tuesday morning the latest edition of Radio Times magazine hits the shelves of newsagents –
and the Apple Newsstand for iPhone and iPad – so we thought we’d give you a guided tour of what to expect inside…
-Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood reveal exclusive secrets after four years of The Great British Bake Off, as well as their favourite cake and other backstage scoop.
-World War I special: Eddie Butler on the centenary commemoration to be held at Westminster Abbey.
-Michael Palin and other stars also reflect on personal ties to the War.
-Who Do You Think You Are’s Justin Webb reflects on this time of remembrance.
-How did Taylor Lautner go from Twilight to BBC3 sitcom Cuckoo?
-Clare Balding reveals her guilty pleasures in our exclusive interview.
-Richard Osman’s poetic ode to The Great British Bake Off.
-Where to find legendary athletes Tom Daley, Usain Bolt, and Nicola Adams in the Commonwealth Games.
-Stars of new mum-to-be drama In the Club share their own stories of pregnancy.
-Melvyn Bragg revives the forgotten revolutions of radicals Thomas Paine and John Ball.
-Why is the theme from Jaws is one of the world’s best film scores?
-Plus inches from our regular columnists: Alison Graham on sensitivity in the news, and Eddie Mair on bouncing back from a Newsnight rejection.
Plus extra interactive iPad and iPhone content
-Behind the scenes on The Great British Bake Off with a photo shoot and video
-A Commonwealth Games interactive day-by-day planner
-The Secret History of Our Streets exclusive feature and photo gallery
-Our World War: a gallery of pages from soldier Maurice Dease’s First World War diaries
-A episodic photo gallery for BBC3 sitcom Cuckoo
The new Radio Times magazine is available on Tuesday in all good newsagents, supermarkets, stalls outside the station and to download for iPad and iPhone users via Apple Newsstand