Another Tuesday, another jam-packed edition of Radio Times magazine. Here’s what’s inside this week…
-Mel & Sue are the duo who don’t need surnames – what’s the secret of one of TV’s best-loved double acts?
-Will.i.am is back for The Voice UK with new judge Rita Ora
-Jack Whitehall explores the generation gap with his dad, Michael
-Steve Carell has fronted several brilliant comedies — but he’s the most regular guy in Hollywood
-Lucy Worsley tells the inside story of two royal christenings, and marvels at what a difference 500 years makes
-Lawrence Dallaglio on where players’ loyalties lies — with their club or their country?
-Caroline Proust, the stylish star of the gritty but grimy French cop drama Spiral
-Lily Cole, the model-turned-actress on doing good and being green — but is politics turning her head?
-Tom Felton aka Draco Malfoy on what he’s been watching
-Alan Johnson on his dream home in 60s Slough
And that’s just for starters….
This week’s Newsstand content includes exclusive images from RT shoots with Rita Ora and Will.i.am for The Voice, Mel and Sue and Jack and Michael Whitehall
The new issue of Radio Times magazine is on sale from Tuesday 6th November in the shops