Our Fast Forward Magazines have been selling well on the website, and there are now only a few back issues left available. We do still have a few more issues to add so check back regularly on new in section
This great weekly children’s magazine started back in September 1989 and was published by the BBC in competition with Look-in Magazine. It was aimed at 7 to 14 year olds. It had an array of features inside, with most covers featuring either the latest pop sensation or TV celebrity, mostly focussed on shows for teenagers like Saved by the Bell and Grange Hill but also including the family TV soaps such as Neighbours, Eastenders and Home & Away. Inside the magazine you would find great comic strips and interviews with your favourite stars, see some images below to help you explore exactly why Fast Forward Magazine is still popular today amongst collectors.
Vanity Fair is a monthly magazine featuring fashion, popular culture and current affairs published by Conde Nast in the United States. First published in 1913 through to 1936, it then remained unpublished until 1983 when it was revived and now has five international editions of the magazine, including the UK version.
After its revival in February 1983 (with a cover date of March) the magazine has had a string of lavish covers and full-page portraits of current celebrities, with its most famous issue being from August 1991 when it featured a naked, pregnant Demi Moore on the cover, entitled More Demi Moore.
We have over 100 back issues available in our store, so click here to check them out and find yourself a piece of magazine history.
Radio Times is an iconic British weekly magazine providing TV and Radio listings. Founded in 1923, the magazine has been published for nearly 100 years.
Featuring some iconic covers over the years, we have a great collection of Radio Times magazines featuring some of the many Doctor Who covers, with some of the more recent doctors, such as Matt Smith, Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant, Jodie Whittaker, Peter Capaldi and Tom Baker, along with some of the companions such as Billie Piper and Jenna Louise Coleman.
Phillip Schofield has recently come out as gay after opening up about his sexuality on This Morning.
Phillip has been a staple part of UK television for over 35 years and made an emotional post on social media
stating ‘With the strength and support of my wife and my daughters, I have been coming to terms with the
fact that I am gay.’
Phillip has been married to Steph for 27 years and has two grown up daughters, Ruby and Molly.
Michael Hutchence, the lead singer of INXS took his own life in 1997 but a recent interview with his sister Tina, reveals that he could still be alive today if he’d stayed in his relationship with Kylie Minogue.
Tina stated that his ill fated romance with Paula Yates was his undoing.
In a recent documentary – Mystify: Michael Hutchence – Kylie speaks candidly about their relationship saying that he had made her feel protected and said she had been left heartbroken when things ended.
Heat Magazine was first launched in February 1999 and is a UK entertainment magazine featuring a mix of celebrity news, gossip, celebrity interviews and fashion as well as features on movies and TV listings.
This issue from 2002 featured interviews with Mark Owen from Take That, as well as Daniel Radcliffe, Rachel Stevens and Sara Cox.
TV Zone was originally launched in September 1989 as a spin off from Starburst Magazine. Its original tagline was The Magazine of Cult Television. Originally the magazine focussed on science fiction and fantasy television, but over time it broaded its horizons and started to include comedy and maintstream drama such as Spooks and The West Wing. The final edition was double numbered as issue 231/232 published in December 2008.