What's On TV Reviews
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Customer What's On TV Reviews (51)
by - written on 19/04/08 (Very useful, 502 readings)
Whats on tv is a weekly listing guide for television programmes. It is produced by the IPC media group, who make over 80 magazines, a number of TV listing guides (including What's on TV, the TV Times, and Soaplife), Women's magazines, (including Woman, Woman's Own and Woman's Weekly) Men's magazines (including Nuts and Loaded) Various Sports magazines (including SuperBike, Angler's Mail and Golf Monthly) through to the more specialist (European Boatbuilder and VolksWorld - The ultimate guide to the VW Beetle scene from around the world.) IPC itself is owned by Time inc, the publishing division of Time Warner. Now the the magazine itself. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/07 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I don't tend to buy TV listings magazines. For one, I'm not that into TV and I certainly don't find reading about TV before or after it's been broadcast an interesting prospect. However, at Christmas I do tend to buy a listings magazine in order that I might programme our PVR to record a handful of films that will see us through the next few months. Given my lack of interest in reading about TV I tend to search out the cheapest listings publication as the content really doesn't bother me. I assume that all will have accurate listings and that's all that matters to me. Next year I'll refine my thinking. I had a choice of a couple of listings ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/06/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
What's on tv is a firm favourite in our house. My nan used to buy it when I was younger. She would always go down to the newsagents on a Tuesday morning to buy it. Then my mum and dad started and now I buy it for my own home. I buy it every week and think its a great tv magazine. I have tried others but none of them seem as good or if they are they are a little on the expensive side for a tv magazine. What's on tv is good value for money, as buying a weekly magazine can add up. The front cover gives you a sneak preview of some of the main stories coming up in soapland that week that feature in the magazine and usually something else that is to be shown in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/10 (Very useful, 12 readings)
We have buying what's on TV as our weekly tellv magazine for years. I'll be honest, our reason for choosing it is the price. Although the price does change from time to time it's always around the 40p mark, which makes it one of the cheapest TV mags around. I'm not really into magazine much, I prefer books. The reason being, if I were to buy a magzine I would read it from cover to cover within about an hour and then throw it away or recycle it. I consider this a bit of waste of money when although a book costs more, it lasts a lot longer and I think they are much better value for money. Having said all of this I do still need a weekly TV magazine and so this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
This is our household tv guide, ever since I can remember we have only ever had this version. In the past when this hasn't been available we have purchased another version similar in price, however it feels very uncomfortable reading something other than this product. I supose it's because you are out of your comfort zone and you get used to were everything is in your regular magazine. *** Price This costs 49p, and ever since I can remember it has always been around a similar price, I'm sure over the years the price has fluctuated, however I think it's very reasonable for the contents within. They do have a christmas edition with an ... Read the complete review
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