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A Mecca for film, music and theatre buffs everywhere! Keep up with the latest releases with a subscription to NME, or browse the Radio Times to plan your perfect Friday night in front of the box. Whatever keeps you entertained, we’ve got a magazine subscription to cater for it.

Our Best Selling Entertainment Magazines

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A subscription to Dazed and Confused is an unmissable opportunity for you if you want to enhance your understanding of alternative fashion, arts and culture. Evolving from the London street scene, this provocative magazine with its cutting edge editorial and photography continues to be game-changing across the globe.

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There’s a reason Empire is the biggest film magazine around. If you like your celebs mixed with a pinch of action, a blast of special effects, a touch of romance or a zombie or five, Empire magazine will satisfy your film cravings until the next big release.  Want the latest film news and reviews?  A subscription will tell you all you need to know about what films have the best rating, the biggest film stars and what was involved in making the movie.

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For over 20 years Guitar & Bass magazine has provided in-depth and essential reading for the serious guitarist, with dozens of guitar tests, playing techniques, an exclusive bass section and in-depth features on guitar heroes past, present and future.

Each issue is packed full of reviews of the latest guitars, amps, effects and basses. Guitar & Bass magazine also delivers the informed verdict on home recording equipment and regularly offers tips on buying second hand and vintage gear. When you occasionally put down that guitar, it is also packed full of interviews with the great and good of guitardom! Order today.

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Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling magazine for home cinema enthusiasts.

Every issue features in-depth news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from AV receivers to flatscreen TVs, Blu-ray players, speaker systems, projectors and more. Our dedicated software section focuses on the latest film and TV releases on Blu-ray and DVD, while our regular install features cover everything from readers’ own projects to multiroom high-end makeovers. Don't miss out.

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With unparalleled access to the biggest bands in the world, Kerrang! is the ultimate Access All Areas pass into the heart of rock 'n' roll excess.

Whether you're a fan of Muse or My Chemical Romance, Motorhead or Marilyn Manson you NEED Kerrang! in your life. Subscribe to Kerrang today and not only will you get the world's biggest & loudest music magazine delivered direct to your door, you'll be saving ££ off the cover price!

Please note: Kerrang is published 51 times a year. A monthly direct debit splits the annual cost into twelve equal amounts - so each month you will receive a minimum of 4 issues, but 51 issues in a full year.

Mad Magazine
Mad Magazine
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MAD magazine is still lampooning your favourite TV shows, satirising popular movies and lambasting popular junk culture.

With over 50 years experience in the field of satire you think these idiots would know better!

MAD Classics showcase all your old favourites, plus some new surprises, in full, glorious colour. Spy Vs Spy, The Lighter Side, Sergio's MAD Look at, Fold-Ins, Don Martin, Classic Movies and TV Shows plus Advertising all get the MAD treatment.

A yearly subscription to MAD includes 8 issues of MAD magazine and 4 issues of MAD Classics. You'll get one magazine every month.

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Get the latest dance event news and the hottest music and club nights only in Mixmag. The magazine delivers a wide range of technical reviews, tutorials and special features. Mixmag is your best guide to clubs, fashion and new street-wear collections. Every month, you’ll get the latest cover mixes, exclusive music and chart listings. Mixmag includes interviews with the UK’s best DJ’s, singers and upcoming producers. The magazine features great competitions and everything you need to know about within the dance music industry. 

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Music’s most trusted outlet for stimulating industry info and interviews, MOJO music magazine has earned a stellar reputation for its cutting edge photography and music journalism. Read reviews of the latest albums, win coveted tickets to gigs, and go behind the scenes with some of rock music’s biggest headliners.  


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With music at the heart of this magazine, Q has a variety of star-studded interviews, prestigious music reviews and fantastic pictures photographed right in the thick of it all purely for your enjoyment. Find out the best music to listen to, from song tracks, albums, reissues, live performances and cover songs. Either way, you’ll get an injection of pure music every time, no matter what the medium.


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FREE iPad edition when you take out a print subscription.

Established in 1932 and published by the BFI, Sight & Sound gives you unparalleled coverage of cinema past, present and future, from all corners of the globe. With detailed reviews of all films released theatrically in the UK, in-depth features, festival news and the cream of current DVD releases, Sight and Sound casts off the gossip and hype of many film magazines with writing from Mark Kermode, Kim Newman and Tony Rayns among a host of film experts. Essential for those serious about film.

Sight and Sound magazine is the monthly title published by the BFI - the British Film Institute.

That accreditation alone hints at what might be expected from a Sight and Sound magazine subscription, which the publication more than lives up to.

Each issue is crammed with studies of modern film-making, as well as looks back at some of the most iconic or underrated productions of the past.

Whether your passion for film is about the viewing experience, the artistry of the performers or the skill required behind the scenes, Sight and Sound has an unparalleled level of information to share.

Subscribe to Sight and Sound and you can also expect writing from true experts - and not tabloid-style hype for the latest blockbuster.

News updates from the festivals help to widen the scope of the magazine further, letting you know what's making waves across the industry itself with those on the inner circle.

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4 consecutive issues for £27.30 and 3 back issues FREE!

THE MOST INSPIRING, INFORMING AND ENTERTAINMENT MAGAZINE with the most up to date previews, interviews and information about shows, performances and theatre.

Current issue - features Liza Minnelli, Alfie Boe in Les Miserables, West End Boys Stripped Bare, Learn to control your nerves for all occasions, hypnotherapy on how to push yourself to greater heights, Tony Curtis on Marilyn, Frank and Marlon.

What makes an Icon, Theatre Guide, Theatre updates, plus all the latest info from Theatreland.


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Total Film is the world's best movie magazine, a monthly digest of what's hot in the empire of movie culture.

Each issue offers in-depth features on the biggest movies - both mainstream and arthouse. You'll find the latest movie news, reviews of all the new releases, star interviews, on-set reports and an extensive home entertainment guide that rates all the new releases in dvd, blu-ray, videogames, books and soundtracks. If you love movies, then Total Film Magazine is your unmissable monthly companion.

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With Total TV Guide you’ll find all the programmes you enjoy watching plus the hidden gems you may not have seen before. In fact, Total TV Guide has the most comprehensive, easy-to-read listings for all your favourite digital and terrestrial channels.

For all the TV addicts out there, this is the perfect magazine for you! This magazine holds the key to the world of entertainment. The magazine includes all breaking stories, in depth and informative articles, exclusive and interesting interviews, top programme's, authoritative reviews and previews and lots more.

Subscribe to Total TV Guide today and do not miss any of your favorite programmes.

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With clear, easy-to-use listings for more channels than any other TV listings guide, a subscription to TV&Satellite Week magazine is a must whether you have Sky, Virgin or Freeview. Planning your viewing is made even easier with comprehensive dedicated guides to the week’s best new TV shows, soaps, films and sport. A subscription to TV & Satellite Week is also a great gift idea for someone who loves television.




TV programmes

Trivia and Gossip

Synopses and spoilers of tv shows

Notable Contributors


Regular  Features

TV listings, interviews with TV stars

Popular Sections

TV listings, spoilers, recommended viewing

Associated Keywords

TV, satellite, listings, synopsis, spoilers




TV and Satellite Week Magazine

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Est. Circulation/Readership

·         155,200




A4 magazine



Target Audience

TV fans

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IPC Media

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Uncut is the home of great, timeless rock music, from Bob Dylan to Arcade Fire. It aspires to be the monthly magazine of choice for discerning, knowledgeable music fans that typically grew up with the classic rock of the sixties and seventies who continue to be excited by new music that connects them to the records they have always loved. Uncut has a specific emphasis on delivering the most comprehensive and definitive reviews section in the monthly music sector.