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BBC America stars Colin Morgan (Merlin) and Katie McGrath (Morgana) sat down with BBC Radio 1 host Nick Grimshaw to discuss the premiere of Merlin season five. The fifth season is currently being aired in the UK and will arrive in …
BAFTA Los Angeles announced today (October 25) that British Good Wife star Alan Cumming will once again host the Britannia Awards, which are set to air for the first time on BBC AMERICA, Sunday, November 11 at 8 pm ET. And a …
British author David Mitchell says he never imagined anyone would make a movie out of his novel Cloud Atlas.
Blag A little item of criminal slang that has found its way into common use. To blag something is to get it for free, possibly without deserving to.
This week, Richard Hammond survived being thrown off a bridge and being set on fire as a Hollywood stunt man. The challenges he faced all presented threats to life and limb.
Back in May, we ran a story about Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie working on a new collaborative project for the first time in 13 years. It was, as is appropriate for nowadays, sparked off by a tweet from Stephen, in which he teasingly …
Let’s face it, any quote from Daniel Craig taken from The Graham Norton Show is likely to be a) highly charged and b) memorable, although that one does play to a certain demographic of Bond fans.
It seems like BAFTA-nominated comedienne Miranda Hart is everywhere these days. This past Friday BBC America talked about her newly released self-help autobiography Is It Just Me?
We can’t blame Martin Freeman (Sherlock) for still being in a little bit of awe finding himself as the lead character, Hobbit Bilbo Baggins, in director Sir Peter Jackson’s forthcoming trilogy The Hobbit.
Hey, everyone has a clumsy moment from time to time. And sometimes the only way to put that moment right is to call your insurers.