Inside this week’s Radio Times:
– Nigella Lawson on her favourite TV shows
– Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood serve up their favourite festive recipes
– Christopher Jeffries was wrongly accused of Joanna Yeates’s murder by the papers, police and even the public. Now he has his say.
– Spike Milligan is remembered by his daughter Jane, Michael Palin and Roy Hudd
– Andrew Collins on Peter Jackson’s Lord of The Rings trilogy which stretches to an eye-watering 11 hours – but is it worth it?
– Stuart Maconie introduces the first BBC Music Awards – and Dermot O’Leary, Nick Grimshaw, Lauren Laverne, Jo Whiley, Simon Mayo and more DJs tip the winners
– BBC correspondant Lyse Doucet reports on three women in Afghanistan fighting for freedom
– Helen Gray, whose son’s death was shown in the documentary series Our War, talks of the pain that won’t go away
– Eddie Mair on why he’ll miss the Radio Academy Awards
– Roger Boulton on why there should be more religious broadcasting for children
– A guide to the Atlantis set in Morroco
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