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Monthly Archives: October 2013
Anglophenia readers have been keen to send in their British-inspired costumes:
What did you dress up as for Halloween? Send us your pics!
Musicians and filmmakers make their annual pilgrimage to Austin’s internationally renowned SXSW festival to check out the talent … or, be checked out, depending on the agenda.
Before we really get into it, can everyone just take a moment to have a look at this video clip?
If you work in a creative industry, and you happen to be Whovian in your tastes, chances are some of that reality is going to come out in your work. This is equally true of cake bakers as it is of people who make television programs and …
The young offenders, clad in orange, make their return to the U.S. with the fifth and final season of the supernatural TV series Misfits, exclusively premiering on Hulu.
Just in time for Halloween, we thought we’d take a look at one of the most malleable British ghost stories of all time, Henry James’ The Turn of the Screw.
As Richard Hammond continues his look at the show’s greatest hits in the premiere of next week’s episode of Top Gear Top 41 (airing Monday, November 4, 9p/8c), we thought we’d take the occasion of Halloween to look at some of the …
You’ve got to be doing something pretty good in music if you can be Mercury nominated for both of the albums you’ve released to date, and win it with the second, scurrying past the waving and envious fists of artists of …
Close to 25 percent of Britons claim to have had a run-in with a ghost, reports ABC News. It makes us wonder, are there more ghosts in the U.K.
Jamie Dornan has recently been cast as the playboy Christian Grey in the film adaptation of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey.