Monthly Archives: February 2014

Anglo-Kitchen Taste Test: What Does Marmite Taste Like?

We all get that Marmite is considered an acquired-taste. Even the makers admit that you either “Love it or hate it” with that being its tagline. Yes, we know that it’s a spread made out of yeast.

Supersizing Soccer: What Britain’s Premier League Could Learn From U.S. Sports Culture

Clearly, Britain is missing out.

Brit Binge Watching: If You Like ‘Mildred Pierce’ … Five TV Shows You Can View Online

The bond between mother and daughter is unshakeable, right? Well, that’s not always the case as seen in HBO’s five-part miniseries Mildred Pierce.

Liam Neeson Gives Flying Advice After Playing an Air Marshal in ‘Non-Stop’

Irish actor Liam Neeson stars in the new action flick Non-Stop, which hits theaters today (February 28). Neeson plays an air marshal on a transatlantic flight who is faced with an in-flight murderer.

London’s First Cat Café Opens

If you’re a busy commuter, with a job that demands a lot and leaves no time to look after a pet, you’ll have probably felt the sad ache of realisation that the stress-relieving, cuddly joys of stroking a cat while sipping a ...

‘Being Human’s Aiden Turner To Remake The Classic ‘Poldark’

BBC America’s Being Human is having a strange week; on the one hand, SyFy have just announced that they’ll stop making the American version of the supernatural horror/comedy/drama at the end of Season Four, but on the other, ...

10 British Things About Honolulu, HI

When you think of an ideal vacation spot, Honolulu, Hawaii comes to mind. The island getaway is filled with treasured landmarks like the Aloha Tower and Diamond Head Mountain.

Watch: Ellen DeGeneres Helps Minnie Driver Audition for ‘Downton Abbey’

Add Minnie Driver to the long list of performers who’ve publicly announced their wish to land roles on Downton Abbey.

Dawn French is “Sick With Excitement” Over U.K. Tour

Actress and comedian Dawn French (French and Saunders, The Vicar of Dibley) is gearing up for her first solo tour, which she says will be “somewhere between a monologue, a play, and an autobiographical slideshow,” reports BBC News. ...

Revealed: The Most Embarrasing Street Names In Britain

As anyone who has ever seen Benny Hill in action can confirm, the British are a nation obsessed with innuendo and saucy slang. They’ve been twisting the meaning of innocent words to make them smutty for centuries.