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WATCH: ‘Doctor Who’ Teasers For ‘Into The Dalek’

Naturally if you’re against spoilers these should be avoided at all costs.

So, having discovered that the Twelfth Doctor is possessed of “attack eyebrows” and is proud of his Scottishness because it means he can commence moaning, what fresh thrills await us in this week’s Doctor Who?

WATCH: Dominic West and Ruth Wilson in ‘The Affair’

Showtime has a new drama coming in which they get Dominic West and Ruth Wilson together in an idyllic location. It’s a perfect romance, apart from the fact that they’re already married.

Kate Bush’s Albums Ranked (Updated)

In London tonight (August 26), Kate Bush makes her return to the stage in her own right for the first time in 35 years. There have been one-offs here and there—for a long time fans were more likely to see her singing next to a ...

‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: A ‘Breath’ Of Fresh Air

The Doctor is back! Peter Capaldi made his full debut as the Twelfth Doctor on Saturday, August 23 in “Deep Breath”, and if you’ve already forgotten everything that happened in the tale of dinosaurs, clockwork robots ...

Steven Moffat on ‘Sherlock’: “Our Plan is Devastating”

As all Doctor Who and Sherlock fans have learned by now, Steven Moffat has a knack for creating anticipation. He’s masterful at giving a quote to journalists that jangles the nerves of fans all over the world just enough to raise ...

RIP Richard Attenborough: Five of His Best Movies

Tributes have been pouring in from all walks of British life—including the office of the Prime Minister—for Richard Attenborough, who died on Sunday, aged 90.

‘Doctor Who’ Recap: ‘Deep Breath’

The story so far: the Doctor has a new face and new kidneys, the TARDIS is crashing and poor Clara Oswald is trying to make sense of things. Read on, if the word “spoilers” holds no fear…

TARDIS Toilet Appears Outside a Bristol Cafe

Warmley’s Waiting Room Café in South Gloucestershire did not need to build a TARDIS restroom in order to be a charming place to take a pot of something warm and wet on a blustery afternoon. Located in a former railway station ...

WATCH: Matt Smith Does the Ice Bucket Challenge

Let’s face it, for as long as people we like are prepared to stand under a downpour of water and ice in order to raise funds and awareness for ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease, or Motor Neurone Disease), we’ll continue to put ...

15 British Beers Americans Should Try

Let’s get the most common gripes about temperature and foam out of the way. British beer (which should more correctly be called ale, to ensure no one confuses it with lager) works best at a temperature that is not going to make ...