War time coverage: Just days after the start of the Second World War, the Radio Times told its readers broadcasting would continue on September 4, 1939, pictured left, and it continued printing throughout the war, including this edition, pictured right on May 10, 1940
The magazine is a stalwart at news stands, and has long been the Bible for any television addict.
And now the Radio Times has turned 90 years old - and its rich history displayed in a museum exhibition.
The Museum of London's Cover Story: Radio Times at 90 celebrates the history of Radio Times, featuring landmark broadcasts, archive clips, broadcast artefacts and original Radio Times photography and artwork.
The covers featured comprise a veritable who's who of British broadcasting, including Tony Hancock, The Goon Show, Only Fools and Horses and, of course, Doctor Who.
They also prove that you don't have to be a regular of a soap opera to become the greatest cover model.
The Queen, who usually only appears on television once a year to give her Christmas speech, has been on the cover more than anyone else in the publication's history, the Daily Express reported.
Her Majesty has graced the cover 35 times since she first appeared on it in 1940.
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