Cover and spread scans from this week's Radio Times and TV And Satellite Week. Nice covers and articles although the RT treats us all as a bunch of thickos and thinks we don't actually know that the Falklands War was in 1982. Alison Graham has even given the show a begrudging Pick Of The Day vote and she's someone who is clearly baffled by television judging by some of the shit she enjoys these days.

I've also included some pictures from the Radio Times Covers party - lovely Keels, Phil, Deano and the gorgeous John Simm get together. An Ashes/LOM crossover at last!

Enjoy. Ashes To Ashes is back on Monday 20th April, BBC1, 9.00pm.

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7 Responses to “RADIO TIMES & TV SATELLITE WEEK - Ashes To Ashes”
  1. That was bizarre. Why did Mr Glenister spend the entire Radio Times interview talking a load of rubbish about clothes?

    P.S. I didn't know the Falklands War was in 1982 :-(

    But I do now.

  2. FRANK says:

    Well, you've an excuse. You were probably a wee baby when it all happened.

    That was a strange article in the RT. Basically, it was let's not talk about the programme at all, let's just blether on about clothes and how crap the New Romantics were!

    The SFX interview with Mat Graham is far better and shows what shoddy journalism the RT is now offering us.

    Off with their heads I say. And I still don't like their re-design. Horrible clash of fonts and styles. Nasty.

  3. I was born in 1988, so I suppose I do have an excuse :-D

    The TV and Satellite Week article was much better. But is it just me, or does Montserrat Lombard (great name) look strangely different?

    Just noticed both articles use the same publicity shot, although TV and Satellite Week at least have the nous to do something imaginative with it. I am becoming increasingly fed up with print journalism...

  4. FRANK says:

    Print journalism is dying a slow and painful death, I'm afraid. Web 2.0 is where it's at, baby. Despite RTD's protestations to the contrary.

  5. *decides to cosy up to Frank, since he will be at the forefront of the Web 2.0 revolution*

  6. Anonymous says:

    wow i love these actors they are so sexy :)

  7. Ant says:

    For more related retro fun check out the excellent 'Ashes to Ashes' club night
    at the London Stone, Cannon Street.

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