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Monthly Archives: November 2013
Did you fight the crowds and make it out on the craziest shopping day of the year? If you opted to stay home, we don’t blame you.
A beloved British TV star, Lewis Collins, has died at the age of 67.
Collins, who played tough guy crime fighter William Bodie on The Professionals (1977-83), which aired on ITV, died on Nov. 27 in Los Angeles after being ill with cancer since 2008.
It may be the longest-running soap opera in the world, but even ITV’s Coronation Street can’t halt the march of progress. The show, which has been running since 1960 and has broadcast over 8,000 episodes, has been filmed at …
As we will probably come to discover over the course of this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special, “The Time of the Doctor,” regeneration is a curious affair, and quite hard to define by human standards.
Never mind hanging the star of your show from a big crane in Trafalgar Square, when the producers of Sherlock wanted to make a fuss about the return of their show next year, they just hired a hearse, put the name of the programme and …
Over the Doctor Who 50th anniversary weekend, it’s fair to say the good Doctor “conquered the world”, in the words of head writer Steven Moffat. And one particular area upon which he hadn’t set his “sand …
There’s a lot to be thankful for at the moment, especially if you’re a fan of Doctor Who, but let’s take a brief moment to tip the brim of a hat towards birthday girl Karen Gillan, who turns 26 today.
This is becoming a little like the speech given by the leader of the Spanish Inquisition about their chief weapons.
Statues may not speak but they have a lot to say, telling us stories of Great Britain past and present. And, even better, these statues you can look at (unlike this sorry lot)!
As far as friendships between British actors go, you can forget your Cumberbatch-and-Hiddlestones or your Pegg-and-Frosts. The most heartwarming and downright brilliant bromance between respected thesps is surely the one that exists …