Monthly Archives: May 2012

Tamsin Greig on Next Season of ‘Episodes': ‘It Gets Dirtier and Darker’

On the BAFTA red carpeton Sunday, Tamsin Greig, Beverly on the hit Showtime series Episodes, gave BBC’s Alan Moloney a preview of the comedy’s second season, which is already underway in the U.K.

WATCH: Royally Awesome Fashion Tips Inspired by Kate and Pippa

If a rooftop soire or a hip garden party is on your itinerary this summer, you need only look to Pippa Middleton and the Duchess of Cambridge herself for some fashion inspiration, says Brit List host and fashionista Asha Leo. Are you …

Top Gear Thursday: Queen’s Jubilee Marks 60 Years of Auto History

Horses are playing an important part in the Diamond Jubilee, but horsepower of the automotive sort has also played an important role throughout the Queen’s 60 year reign. That role is being highlighted by Society of Motor …

Royal Roundup: Republicans Coming Out for the Jubilee, Too


You might think that for anti-monarchists the Jubilee would be a total nightmare.

‘Downton Abbey’ Stars Celebrate With a Guinness – and, No, It’s Not a Pint

The first studio movie to be shot entirely in sunny Hollywood was In Old California, directed by film pioneer D.W. Griffith, in 1910 for Biograph Studios.

‘Doctor Who’/’Star Trek: TNG’ Comic: Preview the First Seven Pages

Trekkers! Whovians!

‘Sherlock’ BAFTA Winner Andrew Scott on the Red Carpet

Andrew Scott made viewers squirm and swoon in equal measure as charismatic psychopath Moriarty on Sherlock, and this past Sunday (May 27), won a BAFTA for his efforts. In real life, Irish actor is a great deal nicer than his evil alter …

Alan Rickman’s Roles: Ronald Reagan vs. CBGB’s Hilly Kristal

A sure-bet to scoring Oscar gold has been a role as a real-life figure – just ask recent winners Meryl Streep and Colin Firth. Now Alan Rickman, a respected fan favorite who has never been invited to the Academy’s party, is …

Life Outside The TARDIS: Sylvester McCoy

Sylvester McCoy was a step in a different direction for the producers of Doctor Who. Beforehand, every new Doctor had been selected due their sterling work in the dramatic or comedic arts — and was then expected to perform in a …

Royal Roundup: Bright Outlook for Prince Charles

After wrapping up last week’s whirlwind Jubilee visit to Canada, Prince Charles arrived back home for next weekend’s festivities to some very good news: a majority of people in the UK now support him as England’s next monarch.