Call the Midwife, Dermot O’Leary and the 100 greatest shows to watch in this week’s Radio Times

Brie Larson, Stan Lee and Charles Dance are also featured in the brand new issue

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In this week’s issue of Radio Times, find a guide to the 100 best TV shows to start watching right away! Now with services such as the BBC iPlayer, Netflix and All 4, it’s easier than ever to get stuck into quality television whenever you want.

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Also in the latest edition…

  • Call the Midwife has always embraced difficult storylines – but the new series is the most moving yet.

  • Charles Dance on playing aristocrats, finding work and his personal life.

  • He’s the man behind Spider-Man and The Hulk – now Stan Lee’s dreamt up a drama with James Nesbitt

  • Dermot O’Leary is back with his new show The Getaway Car, but first he looks back on his time on The X Factor.

  • Bake Off Champion Nadiya Hussein serves up a champion’s recipe for a show-stopping birthday cake.

  • Is BBC blockbuster War and Peace simply Jane Austen with a Russian accent? Far from it, says Amanda Vickery.
  • The Jihadis Next Door film-maker Jamie Roberts on interviewing the man who became an executioner for Isis. 
  • Linda Robson discusses Birds of a Feather, reality television and her dream role.

  • Brie Larson is close to winning her first Oscar and says she was born to act.

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Find it all in this week’s Radio Times, available in stores and on the Apple Newsstand from Tuesday 12th January