Buying Radio Times

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How do you buy the Radio Times?

Subscription
0
No votes
Buy regularly at shop
0
No votes
Buy occasionally at shop
3
60%
Don't buy but can read
1
20%
Don't buy or read
1
20%
 
Total votes: 5
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Ron
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Buying Radio Times

Post by Ron »

Bought one today and it's £2.30! It's good but who buys it?
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ZEN
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Post by ZEN »

I only buy the Christmas issues nowadays. The last time I bought them regular was when B7 was being shown.
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Ron
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Monday 2nd January 1978:

18.00 : Blake's Seven
The first of a new space adventure series in 13 episodes
The Way Back by Terry Nation starring Gareth Thomas
Sally Knyvette , Michael Keating
Life in a domed city of the future is secure and comfortable but Roj Blake , a loyal citizen of the Federation, commits a Category 4 crime by venturing outside it. What he discovers is a nightmare that contradicts everything he knows and threatens an end to his life on Earth ...

(Radio Times Christmas double issue, 22 December 1977, and only 24p :) )
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Post by RichardWho »

I only buy it occassionally nowadays. I used to buy it regularly to find out about Radio Programmes, particularly to see if any of the B7 Cast were starring in any dramas on R4.
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Ron
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Post by Ron »

Having bought a Radio Times last week I watched a few things that I would have missed, such as 'Look Stranger - Foula and Eriskay' (from the 1970's) on BBC Alba and 'The TV That Made Me - Rebecca Adlington' on BBC2.

I only occasionally buy it, which seems to be the norm.
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Look at their website.
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