Tuesday, 26th August 2014 at 1:38 pm
Inside this week’s Radio Times…
– Together Simon Cowell and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini make The X Factor sing – but what do they really think of each other?
– Simon Barnes talks to David Attenborough about Radio 4’s birdsong showcase Tweet of the Day going international
– Eddie Izzard tells jokes, acts and wears dresses – but could he really be the next Mayor of London?
– Jamie Oliver on his favourite comfort food – Grandad’s porridge, Nan’s tinned pineapples and a one-pan breakfast
– Mark Strong on acting tough, the downside of fame – and being mates with Benedict Cumberbatch
– Reece Shearsmith’s journey from cult comedy The League of Gentlemen to playing a slightly autistic cop in Chasing Shadows
– Dynamo won over the world with his magic – so why is he ready to quit TV?
– Introducing… new BBC1 drama Our Zoo – Call the Midwife meets Wild at Heart with a dash of Dr Dolittle
– Comedian Shazia Mirza visits the East End school that has invited cameras into the classroom for the follow up to Educating Yorkshire
– David Baddiel on bringing Jews and Arabs closer through jokes
– Radio 5 Live reporter Ian Dennis on the drama of transfer deadline day
– ITV’s royal expert Tim Ewart salutes Prince Harry as he turns 30
– Kevin McCloud on why he’s got no time for celebrity – unless it’s Mel and Sue
Plus, plenty of exciting bonus content on our Newsstand issue including…
– An animated cover and gallery from our exclusive X Factor photo shoot with Simon and Cheryl
– A 1964 interview with Dalek creator Terry Nation plus a gallery of rare and unseen images from Radio Times’ archives
– galleries from our exclusive photo shoots with Mark Strong and Dynamo
– Episode preview gallery for Our Zoo
The new issue of Radio Times magazine is on sale now in the shops and on Newsstand for iPad or iPhone