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Radio Times

Radio Times is a British weekly television and radio programme listings magazine, founded and originally published in-house by BBC Magazines from 1923 to 2011 when the BBC Magazines division was merged into Immediate Media Company.

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Pictures That Rocked the World: Live Aid

Report by Steve Turner, Radio Times, 13 July 1985

Fresh from co-writing the world’s fastest selling single, Bob Geldof is up to his eyes in organising the world’s biggest and most ambitious rock concert. ...

Luther Vandross

Profile by John McCready, Radio Times, August 1987

IT'S LIKE saying Miles Davis can play the trumpet, or Mike Tyson can knock most heavyweights into the middle of next week, but Luther Vandross ...

Phil Collins: I Don’t Look Like a Sex God

Interview by Steve Turner, Radio Times, 31 March 1990

By his own admission Phil Collins is an unlikely superstar. He’s the drummer turned singer, the background boy become celebrity, the chap next door gone ...

Roger Waters

Interview by Steve Turner, Radio Times, 25 May 1990

RW: I did an interview a couple of years ago for a guy called Red Beard who worked for a radio station in Dallas and ...

Sting: Back On The Beat

Profile and Interview by Robin Eggar, Radio Times, Summer 2003

A YEAR AGO, as Sting was preparing to perform at a charity party in Cannes, Bono introduced him. "He is one of the most talented ...

Marvin Gaye, The Supremes, The Temptations, Mary Wilson, Stevie Wonder: Soul Deep: Motown

Retrospective and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Radio Times, 2005

FOR SOME PEOPLE, the terms "Soul" and "Motown" are almost synonymous. When they think of soul music, timeless sounds and images of the Supremes and ...

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