The September sun is out, the Radio Times Festival is in full swing, and some of the biggest names in TV and radio are pitching up at Hampton Court for the weekend.
But just in case you need any more encouragement to make your way down, check out some of the highlights in store this Saturday 26th September.
Fancy asking Paul Hollywood all your burning baking questions? How about finding out what’s going to happen in Call the Midwife series five? Or maybe you’re just hoping to have a drink with EastEnders’ Danny Dyer and Gogglebox’s Steph and Dom?
All this and much more awaits at the Radio Times Festival this Saturday.
1. Doff your cap to Cillian Murphy
The Peaky Blinders star joins drama creator Steven Knight to discuss the Birmingham gangster epic and much, much more as Saturday night at the Radio Times Festival takes a deadly turn.
There’ll be plenty of chances to put your questions to Murphy himself during the event, starting at 8.30pm. Hats off to a serious acting star and a super BBC series.
2. Read a bedtime story with Rebecca Front and Kevin Eldon
Crackanory is a gem of a comedy series that proves that storytime is not just for kids. Over the years we’ve heard tales of murder and mayhem from the likes of Hugh Dennis, Richard Hammond, Sue Perkins and many more.
The Radio 4 raconteur says he’s planning plenty of audience participation when he takes the stage at 11.30am. Wordplay and wits are the order of the day from the former Tory MP who believes that Language is Power.
Worried about missing the Rugby World Cup? Don’t be! Twickenham is only a stone’s throw away, and ITV will be relaying all their coverage throughout the day on the big screen. Who knows, you might even spot a couple of stars gathering for the action.
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