In this week’s Radio Times, we pay tribute to the late Terry Wogan, Britain’s best-loved broadcaster who passed away last week. We talk with a childhood friend of Wogan’s about what it was like growing up with the rising star. We also look back at all of Wogan’s RT covers, interview his co-star on his final TV series and even show an early job application the star sent to then BBC2 controller David Attenborough!
Also in this week’s Radio Times…
- It was the murder trial that riveted the world. Now Cuba Gooding Jr plays OJ Simpson in an acclaimed docudrama that exposes America’s race divide – again
- Stephen Fry is about to depart QI, so we explain the A-Z of his life
- The face of BBC3 Stacey Dooley on moving the channel online – and sex workers
- Ellen Page on the role that made her want to come out
- New BBC1 drama One Child will explore the brutal family policy in China — we have a BBC correspondent tell the actual story.
- Rachel Riley, Ben Miller and Romesh Ranganathan – hosts of daring new show Not Rocket Science – tell us why they’re mad about science
- Gogglebox’s June and Leon on how they keep their marriage happy with a secret TV
Find it all in this week’s Radio Times, available in stores and on the Apple Newsstand from Tuesday 9th February