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America’s British population has taken to the web to voice its displeasure at news that U.S. candy giant Hershey has successfully blocked our much loved U.K.-produced chocolate from being exported to the land of the free.Read Now
In the middle of his road trip across America, British filmmaker James Coulson decided he’d seen enough—and applied for U.S. …Read Now
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Monthly Archives: September 2009
BBC reporter and Anglophenia guest blogger Tom Brook recently sat down with young British star Ben Whishaw, who plays the poet Keats in the new Romantic drama, Bright Star, directed by Jane Campion.
Cue the “back from extinction” headlines – yes, Primeval has been resurrected. From today’s press release:
His former career as an ’80s pop star aside, who knew Ricky Gervais was a bit of a golden boy? It’s appears life once came a bit too easily for him, he says in an interview with The Guardian.
Welsh rock band Manic Street Preachers may not have made a huge splash in the U.S., but they are one of the biggest bands of the past two decades in the UK.
BBC reporter Tom Brook recently chatted with Sir Michael Caine about the two-time Oscar winner’s new film. Mr. Brook provides today’s guest blog:
I need a serious dose of “Brain Bleach” after learning Mackenzie Phillips consensually schtupped her father for 10 years – if only those retcon pills from Torchwood were real – so I’m gonna think happy …
Everyone pray for Top Gear host James May: his Lego house has been bulldozed, and his Lego cat has been stolen. Guess the bad economy’s affecting everybody. If I were him, I might just end it all.
You’d think that Hugh Laurie‘s three-time Emmy-nominated role as a physically disabled, a**hole doctor on House would be a dream gig for the actor. But think again: the British actor’s fake limp on the Fox drama has …
John Barrowman spoke to The Stage about meeting the new Doctor Who, Matt Smith, who is taking over for David Tennant next spring. And he felt a little dirty, it seems: “I turned to the publicist I work with at the BBC and I said, …
Susan Boyle had her U.S.