This week’s issue is jam-packed full of articles, features and all your television info!
– Lucy Worsley celebrates 100 years of the Women’s Institute
– For the first time, lord of the arts Melvyn Bragg is the subject of a new documentary – what will he reveal?
– Transgender actress Laverne Cox is creating headlines – but don’t dare call her a role model…
– Amy Poehler chats to us about her life, comedy, and what is was like to make people laugh after 9/11
– From the slow loris to the California mouse, meet the weirdest parents in the animal world
– Pluto has been glimpsed up close for the first time. Chris Lintott tells us what we might see…
– Jordan Speith has already won the Masters and the US Open this year – can he win St Andrews?
– Triumph! Alison Graham celebrates how viewers do have power over what they watch after the BBC takes Wimbledon 2Day back to basics
– Stand up for the BBC, says Joan Bakewell, who urges the over-75s to continue paying the licence fee if they can
– Kate Ford reveals her most embarrassing moment on Coronation Street
– Secret London: the skeletons that are giving scientists a glimpse of how we lived – and died – in the 16th century
– Meet the talented Dr Rennie, a neuroradiologist working at Great Ormond Street Hospital in an extraordinarily stressful specialism
… and much, much more! All in this week’s edition of Radio Times
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