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Scottish radio and TV broadcaster Edith Bowman is no stranger to fame. She covered Live 8 for BBC Scotland in […]Read Now
Anyone who has spent time in the United States will understand that the country rightly prides itself on its own […]Read Now
Because we already know where Harry, Hermione and Ron ended up. But not everyone can be the Boy Who Lived, the Boy Who Lived’s Best Friend, or The Girl Who Had To Do Most Of The Thinking. So, what happened to the rest of them?
By Brigid Brown | Posted on October 23rd, 2014
James Corden and Emily Blunt lead an all-star cast in Walt Disney’s musical Into the Woods, hitting U.S. theaters on Christmas Day.
Earlier today, BBC Two’s Twitter feed posted the first picture of Martin Freeman and Anthony LaPaglia from their forthcoming post-war drama The Eichmann Show, a 90-minute dramatic reconstruction of the events surrounding the ...
The Tucson area in Arizona has been inhabited for over 12,000 years, and was once an Indian village called Stook-zone.
By Brigid Brown | Posted on October 22nd, 2014
If you thought our post on British celebs wearing kilts was sexy, then check out these gents decked out in cravats. The cravat, a type of men’s neckwear, became popular in England during the 17th century.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on October 22nd, 2014
In preparation for the final part of Peter Jackson’s Tolkien trilogy—The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies, which will hit cinemas on December 17—the multi-disc release of part two is imminent, and with it comes some ...
There’s a fascinating interview in Radio Times today with Allie Esiri, the creator of the app The Love Book, which features prominent actors—including quite a few Anglophenia favorites, reading poems that they find ...
By Brigid Brown | Posted on October 21st, 2014
The Brit-filled cast of BBC’s miniseries Death Comes to Pemberley was announced back in December 2013, but a U.S. airdate was still up in the air.
After seeing off invaders from a flatter dimension and having to rescue the TARDIS by dragging it off a rail-track with his fingers, this week, the Doctor arrives in the middle of a jungle. Except that jungle is also central London.
Benedict Cumberbatch’s waxwork has been unveiled at London’s Madame Tussauds, allowing fans to get a little close to the Sherlock star, albeit a version of him that smells of candles.