Radio Times has redesigned for the new year with a new-look logo, more editorial content, and bolder layout.
The title, which was originally published for listeners to the wireless in 1923, has also increased its cover price from 90p to 93p.
The revamped magazine includes seven more features pages, including a new “At Home” section featuring entertainment releases, a page for celebrity columnist Alan Titchmarsh, and a regular food page.
Marcus Arthur, the magazine’s publishing director, said: “The new design includes a more streamlined use of typefaces and navigational tools across the listings and features pages, making the magazine visually more compelling as well as easier to use.”
The redesign is the final stage in a series of changes made in 2004 in response to an extensive reader research project conducted by publishers BBC Worldwide.
Arthur added: “The Radio Times has just got even bigger and better, and we’re confident we’ve now got a product that meets all our readers’ needs yet exceeds their expectations.”