What’s trending on Twitter in the UK today? Catherine Zeta-Jones becomes a Commander of the Order of the British Empire and Frank Tuner announces his new album!
Monthly Archives: February 2011
There may be a consolation prize for the approximately 1,300 people not invited to either the royal brunch immediately after the wedding or the evening dinner-dance. The Daily Mail reports that British Foreign Secretary William Hague …
As Björk once wisely said, “If you ever get close to a human or human behavior, you better get ready to get confused.”
Prince William and Kate Middleton were all smiles as they celebrated the dedication of an RNLI lifeboat in Anglesey, North Wales on Thursday (February 24). The occasion marked the couple’s first official public appearance together …
Danny Boyle‘s Frankenstein officially opened at London’s National Theatre this week and so far, the reviews are mighty promising.
Will The King’s Speech manage to win a kingly sized portion of the awards up for grabs this Sunday (February 27) at the Oscars? The British historical drama has been nominated for 12 gold statues, including Best Picture.
In spite of all of the coverage of Libya’s crisis, CNN still managed to air that Wrestlemania match between British host Piers Morgan and his primetime predecessor Larry King last night (February 23).
At Westminster Abbey, where Prince William and Kate Middleton are to be married, the build up to the wedding has begun. “There’s a buzz about the place,” Duncan Jeffrey, the Abbey’s head of communications, …
The UK music community was shaken in June 2010 when founding Stereophonics sticksman Stuart Cable died following a drinking binge. The Welsh-born musician was just 40 years old.
It’s been said that imitation is the sincerest form of television. Hallmark Channel announced Tuesday (February 22) that it will also make a TV movie about Kate and William‘s romance, according to The Hollywood Reporter.