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Monthly Archives: September 2010
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on September 29th, 2010
Jonathan Franzen, author of The Corrections, talks to British newspaper The Daily Telegraph today about his latest book, the much-hyped Freedom. In the interview, he opens up about his many feuds, including his most famous one with ...
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on September 29th, 2010
Academy Award-winning director Danny Boyle is set to receive one of the highest honors in film, as the British Film Institute is awarding him their British Film Institute Fellowship next month.
Oh no, please don't go Lady Gaga! The world's biggest pop star reportedly wants to escape humdrum America for a quaint countryside castle.
It's new music Tuesday here at Anglophenia and we're still reeling from the month's latest haul, which has seen fresh material from the likes of Manic Street Preachers, Robert Plant, James, Grinderman… the list goes ...
Yes! It looks like the characters of Will, Simon, Jay, and Neil will be coming stateside for an MTV remake of the BAFTA-award winning comedy, The Inbetweeners.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on September 28th, 2010
We’ve seen Doctor Who star Matt Smith bend it like Beckham, showing off his footballer skills in “The Lodger”, but would you want to see the actor jam like Billy Joel on the piano? Smith tells The Daily Telegraph: ...
Hot on the heels of his "Everyday Is Like Sunday" reissue out this week, Morrissey indulges us with his "supreme 13 singles" via his official Facebook page. It's a classic range between '60s pop and '70s glam rock and the ...
This is your Tellyvangelist – your Monday guide to all that’s British on U.S. TV in the upcoming week.
Being Human's Russell Tovey is a dear, isn’t he? Since 2008, the English actor and playwright has charmed audiences as werewolf George Sands on the BBC supernatural dramedy.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on September 27th, 2010
Welcome aboard Fraser McAlpine to our roster of Anglophenia music contributors. He started writing about pop music for Top of the Pops Online, back when you had to know where the asterisk went in B*Witched, and before Billie Piper was ...