magazine ∣ 2-8th January 2021 · Radio Times
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At home with nature
This week 2—8 JANUARY 2021 • UNMISSABLE TV, FILM & RADIO FOR YOU TO WATCH AND RECORD
Fake news is bad for our health • The fight against disinformation starts here, says the BBC boss
FROM THE RT ARCHIVE… 4—10 JANUARY 1992
A FORCE OF NATURE • David Attenborough had to finish his new BBC series locked down at home. But now 94, has he finally tired of travelling the planet?
MAKING A PERFECT PLANET • How the crew filmed in ‘the foulest place on Earth’
THE QUIET MAN WHO A KILLER CAUGHT • When Herman Knippenberg was a young diplomat in Bangkok in the 70s he became obsessed with a serial murderer. But how did he track down the Serpent?
Rick’s come home • After marinating for half a century, Rick Stein has finally cooked up a tribute to his first love – Cornwall
How Babs became Queen of the Vic • Being cast in EastEnders helped save Barbara Windsor’s career – but it very nearly didn’t happen…
Poetry in motion • Striding out in Yorkshire, the poet laureate Simon Armitage says he writes as he walks
‘I’M IN NO HURRY TO LEAVE’ • When your tour of duty is a Caribbean refuge from the real world, who can blame the stars of Death in Paradise?
AFTER SUN • How to shoot Paradise in a pandemic…
‘You lucky little rascal!’ • Peter Allis was the last of his kind, says cricket’s Mike Atherton
Film Reviews • FILMS ON BBC1, BBC2, ITV, C4 AND C5, AND OTHER DIGITAL HIGHLIGHTS
New year, new you • Want some help with your 2021 resolutions? Netflix has you covered, says Jack Seale
CARRY ON, BABS • RT’s Andrew Collins fulfilled a dream when he wrote scripts for Barbara Windsor on EastEnders
‘I’d never have been that strong’ • Vanessa Kirby on leaving The Crown behind to play a grieving young mum
That’s enough Zoom • Begone dreary briefings, perspex screens and home-made ads
SATURDAY Choices • The pick of today’s TV
SUNDAY Choices • The pick of today’s TV
MONDAY Choices • The pick of today’s TV
TUESDAY Choices • The pick of today’s TV
WEDNESDAY Choices • The pick of today’s TV
THURSDAY Choices • The pick of today’s TV
FRIDAY Choices • The pick of today’s TV
‘I don’t shy away’ • Naga Munchetty says she doesn’t regret speaking out on racism on Breakfast – and she won’t be holding back on 5 Live
PICK OF THE WEEK
The Archers this week…
The Sweeney • If you’re in the little black books of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, expect a call from John Sweeney
And finally… • Corrie Corfield and co are off. Pip! Pip!