The new Radio Times is to launch on April 10 with what is said to be Britain's most comprehensive listings pages and new signings to the magazine's team of critics and reviewers. The launch is being supported by a major advertising campaign on TV and radio. There will also be significant instore activity with newsagents and retailers, which include point of sale material and displays to draw customers' attention to the magazine. The BBC has added extra pages each day to its multi-channel coverage, including a complete guide to all film channels across all digital platforms. Films are listed by start time ­ with star ratings, reviews, director and year ­ as well as in the traditional way by channel. There are extended listings for digital channels, including UK drama, Sky One, Artsworld and E4, plus the radio section with guides to the BBC's national and local radio networks, the World Service and Classic FM. The front section will be known as Sorted, with the background features, news stories and interviews, for which the magazine is well known. The new Radio Times also has a new logo, new typefaces inside and revamped page layouts. {{CTN }}