Radio times tv listing
- What is the Radio Times?
- When was the Radio Times first broadcast on TV?
- Is there a Radio Times edition in the Channel Islands?
- How many editions of the Radio Times have there been?
- Is Times radio the same as the Daily Times?
- What is the circulation of the Radio Times?
- What was the first Radio Times magazine?
- How much is a Radio Times subscription?
- When was the first radio broadcast?
- What is the history of television broadcasting?
- What was the first television station in the world?
- When did Radio Times start airing TV editions?
- When will new digital radio stations be available in the Channel Islands?
- Is Talkradio available in the Jersey Islands?
- How many regional editions of Radio Times are there?
- When did the BBC change the radio listings?
- When was the Radio Times first published?
- How many editors of Radio Times have there been?
- Is Radio Times owned by the BBC?
- Are there any Radio Times magazines from the 1940s?
What is the Radio Times?
The Radio Times website was launched in 1997 primarily as a listings service. In 2011, it relaunched offering a diverse editorial product to accompany its listings and television, radio and film recommendations.
When was the Radio Times first broadcast on TV?
After the war, regional editions were introduced on 29 July 1945 and the television service is finally resumed on 7 June 1946 – after closed down on 1 September 1939 in the duration of war for over six years . The spread of television editions for Radio Times when the full listings (with six pages) were not included in all issues until 1952:
Is there a Radio Times edition in the Channel Islands?
There is no edition of Radio Times in the Channel Islands as their listing schedules were contained within the South West region, but Channel TV published its own listings magazine, the CTV Times (formerly Channel Viewer) until 25 October 1991.
How many editions of the Radio Times have there been?
From 10 October 1926, there were three separate editions: They were published until 7 January 1934, when Radio Times reverted to one edition and covering all the local stations once again.
Is Times radio the same as the Daily Times?
It is not to be confused with an eponymous Malawian radio network operated by The Daily Times. Times Radio is a British digital radio station owned by News UK. It is jointly operated by Wireless Group (which News UK acquired in 2016), The Times and The Sunday Times.
What is the circulation of the Radio Times?
The latest circulation figure (January 2013 – January 2014) for the Radio Times is 831,591 ( 6.9%) making it third in the TV listings magazine market behind TV Choice (1,374,813 11.8%) and Whats on TV (1,049,558 14.1%).
What was the first Radio Times magazine?
The Radio Times The first edition of the Radio Times appeared on 28 September 1923, subtitled The official organ of the BBC. It is now one of the bestselling magazines in the UK, transforming itself to cover all broadcasters as well as a range of lifestyle features and interviews.
How much is a Radio Times subscription?
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When will new digital radio stations be available in the Channel Islands?
New digital radio stations that were due to be available across the Channel Islands by October 2020 have been delayed for up to a year. Bailiwick Broadcasting was awarded a licence in 2019 to broadcast 25 new digital stations to Jersey, Guernsey, Herm, Sark and Alderney.
Is Talkradio available in the Jersey Islands?
BBC Jersey and BBC Guernsey are listed along with BBC Jersey Xtra and BBC Guernsey Xtra. Wireless has talkSPORT, Times Radio and Virgin Radio, but no talkRADIO, talkSPORT2 or Virgin Radio brand extensions.
How many regional editions of Radio Times are there?
There are several regional editions that which contain different schedules for localised programming, all editions of Radio Times carry variations of adjoining regions for television and various local radio listings. As of December 2021, they were six regional editions.
When did the BBC change the radio listings?
On 23 June 1984, the radio listings were redesigned again to improve their legibility and paving the way for a new printing technology. That same year (1 September), web-offset printing was used for the first time, meaning the magazine became brighter and more colourful.