1990 TV Times

tv times logoTVTimes is a television listings magazine published in the United Kingdom by IPC Media, a subsidiary of Time Inc. It is known for its access to television actors and their programmes. In 2006 it was refreshed for a more modern look, increasing its emphasis on big star interviews and soaps.

TVTimes belongs to IPC Media’s family of television magazines, within IPC Media’s sub-group Connect. Other IPC Media TV titles include What’s on TVTV Easyand TV & Satellite Week, as well as the soap bi-weekly Soaplife.

Info gleaned from Wikipedia

Look in Magazine

70’s commercial for Look in Magazine. This weeks mag features the smurfs!

70’s ad for Look in Magazine featuring Star Wars.

Look-in was a long running children’s magazine centred around ITV’s television programmes in the UK, and subtitled “The Junior TV Times“.  It ran from 9 January 1971 to 12 March 1994. Briefly, in 1985, a BBC-based rival appeared called BEEB, and later in 1989, Fast Forward, which went on to outsell Look-in.

(more…)

Look in Magazine ‘Man from Atlantis’

70’s uk advert for Look In Magazine. Look-in was a long running childrens magazine centred around ITVs television programmes in the UK, and subtitled The Junior TV Times. It ran from 9 January 1971 to 12 March 1994. Briefly, in 1985, a BBC-based rival appeared called BEEB, and later in 1989, Fast Forward, which went on to outsell Look-in. Look-in had interviews, crosswords and competitions, and it had pictures and pin-ups of TV stars and pop idols of the time. Its main feature however was the many comic strips of the favourite childrens television programmes. These included Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, Follyfoot, The Tomorrow People, The Six Million Dollar Man, Charlies Angels, Worzel Gummidge, Knight Rider, The A-Team and Robin of Sherwood.

Look in Magazine Star Wars

70’s ad for Look in Magazine featuring Star Wars.

Look-in was a long running children’s magazine centred around ITV’s television programmes in the UK, and subtitled “The Junior TV Times“.  It ran from 9 January 1971 to 12 March 1994. Briefly, in 1985, a BBC-based rival appeared called BEEB, and later in 1989, Fast Forward, which went on to outsell Look-in.

Look-in had interviews, crosswords and competitions, and it had pictures and pin-ups of TV stars and pop idols of the time. Its main feature however was the many comic strips of the favourite children’s television programmes.  These included Star WarsBattlestar Galactica, Follyfoot, The Tomorrow People, The Six Million Dollar Man, Charlie’s Angels, Worzel Gummidge, Knight Rider, The A-Team and Robin of Sherwood.