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Cover Story: Radio Times At 90
Cover Story: Radio Times at 90 celebrates the history of Radio Times and showcases some of its iconic covers from the last nine decades, which reflect the story of broadcasting in Britain. The covers featured comprise a veritable who’s who of British broadcasting, including Tony Hancock, The Goon Show, Only Fools and Horses, EastEnders, Coronation Street and Call The Midwife.
The exhibition will take visitors from the BBC’s first radio transmission in London to today’s multi-channel offer, through landmark broadcasts, archive clips, broadcast artefacts and original Radio Times photography and artwork, including pieces by CRW Nevinson, John Gilroy and influential British graphic designer Abram Games.
The exhibition also features an exclusive Doctor Who display, a Radio Times regular since 1964 that celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Visitors will be able to become a cover star for themselves, alongside a genuine life-size Dalek against a backdrop of Westminster Bridge, recreating the famous 2005 “Vote Dalek” Radio Times cover.
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Venue: Museum Of London
Enquiries: 0870 444 3852
→ Barbican 4 min walk