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The Radio Times is an institution in millions of British households – particularly at Christmas, when family members circle their favourite programmes and do battle over the remote.

Now in its 90th year, the mag has teamed up with the Museum of London for a free exhibition. Cover Story: Radio Times at 90 acts as a chronicle of popular history over the last 90 years, with covers featuring the first radio broadcast, the end of World War II, the Coronation, 1966 World Cup and 2012 Olympics, not to mention the arrival of now-classic shows like Eastenders and Doctor Who.You can even feature in your own cover with some of Who's famous adversaries,
the Daleks. The exhibition runs from 2 August to 3 November.


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