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Monthly Archives: April 2012
It starts with a simple thought of arresting clarity, especially coming from a singer whose recorded career had largely been spent singing in a made-up language. Elizabeth Fraser, of the Cocteau Twins, coos a delicate “love, love ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on April 30th, 2012
Be warned: it’s not common for British songwriters to come out with a song which unabashedly says “BLIMEY! AMERICA IS FLIPPING BRILLIANT, ISN”T IT!?” and the reasons for this are twofold,
By Paul Hechinger | Posted on April 28th, 2012
By Tom Brook | Posted on April 27th, 2012
In his new action thriller Safe, Jason Statham plays an action man who shows a softer side. Commenting on the film, Statham says: “This has a real emotional pull.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on April 27th, 2012
This is a hoot-and-a-half.
If an aging Sean Connery, once he ditched his toupee, paved the way for making going bald look sexy, Jason Statham is turning the Scotsman’s path into a superhighway.
The British version of the Disney Junior channel is set to launch A Poem Is, a new show designed to create a love of poetry among younger viewers, and in order to do this, they’ve enlisted some fairly astonishing UK talent.
Sometimes the fact that Doctor Who is supposed to be a family-oriented TV show, designed to be watched on a Saturday evening around a picnic tea, blows the mind. Take the eponymous monsters in the Fourth Doctor’s Scottish romp ...
This Saturday sees the BBC America premiere of the second season of Katy Brand’s Big Ass Show (12:40am / 11:40c) , and, inspired by her mighty works, here’s a list of five other female comedians who are currently doing the ...
Top Gear Thursday: Richard Hammond Says NASCAR Driving is ‘Like Climbing into the Belly of a Dragon’
By staff | Posted on April 26th, 2012
It seems as though Richard Hammond has become Top Gear’s go-to guy for anything about cars – or about life, for that matter – in these former British colonies.