In this week's issue
Your favourite TV magazine always likes to point you in the right direction when it comes to choosing what to watch — and now is your chance to give us your feedback about the programmes and personalities that have entertained you the most over the past 12 months.
During the next few weeks, you can let us know your favourites as voting opens for the TVChoice Awards 2013 — which will determine who'll be picking up the prizes at our 17th star-studded ceremony.
The red-carpet event, hosted by Ben Miller, will be held on Monday, 9 September at The Dorchester Hotel on London's exclusive Park Lane.
Baby hedgehogs and cute chicks alert! Springwatch is back with 'drama, science and a little bit of sex', according to co-presenter Michaela Strachan. And you'll never look at a garden snail in the same way again!
Launched in 1983, Now That's What I Call Music ushered in a record industry revolution. Spearheaded by Richard Branson when he was fed up of having the likes of Ronco and K-tel making use of Virgin Records' back catalogue for their own compilation albums, Now brought a new swagger to the market.
'We just thought we'd like to do it with a bit of style, class and panache,' says 62-year-old Richard.
They're calling time at The Jockey – and sadly, it's for good. But in true Chatsworth style, Frank and the clan are going to bow out, after 11 sex-fuelled series, with plenty of drama and debauchery.
Smashing bricks with your bare hands or being whacked with a bat across your back may not sound like much fun — but they are some of the feats that the troubled youngsters featured in Kick Ass Kung Fu achieve!
Think you're a unique individual, who stands apart from the herd? Farmer and presenter Jimmy Doherty has bad news for you...
'The fact is, we're all very similar,' he explains. 'We all behave in the same way.'
The campaign to secure women's right to vote might not seem the most hilarious background for a comedy. But for Jessica Hynes, writer and star of BBC4's Up The Women, it made perfect sense.
'I'm of the opinion that everything is funny — it's just in the way you tell it,' she says.