Monthly Archives: July 2009

This Has Been the No. 1 Song in the UK…

..for the past two weeks.

Kings of Leon No Longer Just “Big In the UK”

Tennessee rockers Kings of Leon – who have had nine top 40 singles over six years in Britain – have long bemoaned their lack of U.S.

Video: Being Human’s Aidan Turner In Desperate Romantics

This weekend, you may have seen the gorgeous Aidan Turner steaming up your TV screen as Mitchell the vampire in BBC AMERICA’s latest hit drama, Being Human.

Booker Prize Mania: Do Brits Like Books More Than Americans Do?

The Booker Prize is the British equivalent to our Pulitzer Prize. The very prestigious honor is awarded once a year to a work written by a British and Irish author.

The Waters of Mars: Preview The Next Doctor Who Special

Visit the official Doctor Who site on BBCAMERICA.com

Comic-Con: David Tennant and John Barrowman SMOOCH

Comic-Con Day #5 – BBCA Panels Take Over Ballroom 20

The sun is blazing strongly and the humidity is up, raising temps into the 80s – a fitting end to what has undoubtedly been a hot & vibrant Comic-Con. But before we delve into today’s action-packed events (undoubtedly the ...

Comic-Con Day #4 – Red for Russell, Blue for Boosh, Yellow for Being Human

Late-afternoon Saturday, I've crawled back to my air-conditioned hotel room for a few moments of cold water, Powerade and quiet rest – and wanted to report back from yet another action-packed day at the ol' Con. Heading ...

Comic-Con Day #3 – Boosh & Bags & Costumes (Oh My!)

Salutations from another sunny, sweaty, sci-fi-scented day here in San Diego. Day #3 of Comic-Con was another rousing success, as throngs of thousands poured through the doors of the Convention Center, into the moist, poorly-air ...

Russell T Davies Explains Last Night’s Shocking Torchwood

Torchwood: Children of Earth is an “adult show,” Russell T Davies tells Entertainment Weekly. Don’t read this if you haven’t watched Episode 4.