David Tennant & Michael Sheen, plus 21 dramas for 2021!

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Staged  Monday, Tuesday 9.45pm BBC1


LISTINGS: 9 - 15 January 2021

David Tennant and Michael Sheen are this week's Radio Times cover stars. Inside the issue we share our top 21 dramas for 2021, and Tennant and Sheen's new comedy drama coming to BBC1 takes top spot: Staged is set over Zoom and stars not only the pair but their significant others too, as we get a teasing insight into their home lives. Read the full interviews with David and Georgia Tennant, and Michael Sheen and Anna Lundberg in this week's Radio Times. 



Also inside this week's edition: the full list our top 21 dramas for 2021 including interviews with Keith Allen who stars in The Pembrokeshire Murders and Sheila Hancock ahead of A Discovery of Witches; Frank Gardner finds out more about the writing of John le Carré; and an interview with Emma Barnett talking Woman's Hour, grilling politicians, and the best live radio. Plus, the best of this week's broadcasting and TV and films to watch on demand and two new year quiz book offers*!


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Our New Year quiz book offers*!

Don't miss the opportunity to claim a copy of Richard Osman's House of Games quiz book. For details on how to claim your copy, and details of the Only Connect quiz book from last week's Radio Times, see inside the magazine or click here


The Pembrokeshire Murders

Keith Allen plays the Bullseye killer in ITV's latest true crime drama, The Pembrokeshire Murders. This week, in an exclusive interview, we hear more about what drew Allen to the role, about politics, his reputation, comedy past and more. Read the full interview in this week's issue. 

The Pembrokeshire Murders Monday - Wednesday 9pm ITV 

Sheila Hancock

We hear from Sheila Hancock on speaking her mind, remembering lines, missing John Thaw - and why she's greedy to learn at 87. Hancock's latest role is in Sky 1's fantasy drama series, A Discovery of Witches, in which she plays Goody Alsop. Read the full interview in this week's Radio Times. 

'Was "difficult" just code for women who dared to have an opinion? "I am difficult!"'
- Sheila Hancock

A Discovery of Witches Friday 9pm Sky 1

John le Carré

Frank Gardner reflects on the writing of John le Carré - from his first novel Call for the Dead, to epic cold war novel The Spy Who Came In from the Cold. Gardner recalls first reading John le Carré's work on his gap year in West Berlin in 1980, meeting the author in 2011 and asks how much of his writing was fiction. Le Carré's 1993 novel The Night Manger has been made into a BBC adaptation starring Tom Hiddleston, Hugh Laurie and Olivia Coleman. Read the full feature in this week's Radio Times. 

The Night Manager Sunday, Monday, Tuesday 10pm, 11pm BBC4

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