The Queen’s home movies, Making a Murderer and Helen Mirren in this week’s Radio Times
Ben Miller, Downton Abbey's Jim Carter and 5 Live's Young Commentator of the Year also feature in in the brand new issue
Tuesday, 12th April 2016 at 7:00 am
In this week’s Radio Times, we take a look at the Queen’s home movies in advance of Elizabeth at 90, a collection of Her Majesty’s very own homemade films.
The Queen may have spent her life in front of the camera, but how good is she behind one? Pick up a copy of this week’s Radio Times, in shops and on the
from Tuesday 12 April. Apple Newsstand Also in this week’s Radio Times…
Dame Helen Mirren opens up about working with Alan Rickman, using Tinder and why she’s tired of being called sexy
Ben Miller left Death in Paradise to save his marriage. Now he wants to save the romcom genre
Help design the special Radio Times cover celebrating the Queen’s 90th Birthday. We tell you how inside.
TV adventurer Steve Backshall and Olympic rower Helen Glover get competitive when we ask the power couple which one is tougher
The people behind Making a Murderer talk about the making of the true-crime series that became a Netflix hit
You know him as the tireless butler Mr Carson: but back before Jim Carter was in Downton Abbey, he was… a mod. We reveal the surprising story
With elephants in captivity living only half as long as those in the wild, presenter Liz Bonnin asks if we should just close down zoos
Radio 5 Live is looking for the Young Commentator of the Year. Do you have what it takes?