Another Tuesday, another exciting copy of Radio Times magazine. Here is what’s inside…
-David Attenborough gives his views on television today and in the future, and his much-love, much-missed brother
-Brad Pitt talks about how he fell in love with a Second World War Tank- and guns
-Boris Johnson’s inspiration is Churchill but will he follow in his footsteps to Number 10?
-Grayson Perry explores the notion of identity
-James Norton on how he went from playing a psychopathic killer to a crime-solving cleric
-Sarah Millican is back- and watching Downton Abbey again
-Mel C on the betrayal of girl power
-Judy Murray and Tim Wonnacott talk Strictly
-Russell Howard on how his mum inspired his comedy
-Dan Cruickshank gives an insight into the dysfunctional dynasty that built Gothic Britain
-Sarah Beeny tells you how to sell your home online
And, in Your RT, the brilliant section devoted to books, travel and food, Sheila Hanckock on creating a fictional heroine, Paul Hollywood shows you how to update the classic Bakewell Tart and Penelope Keith talks about the plight of British villages.
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