You can’t beat riding on top of the London double decker bus. That made us think, what other cool uses are there for the iconic red bus?
The Brit List
I should start with a confession. When compiling this list, I assumed it would be a gadabout stone-skim along the top of the English language, each new bounce a perfectly formed (but firmly NSFW) gem.
Tom Weston-Jones and Kevin Ryan have some work to do. (Photo/BBCA) I moustache you a question, why do moustaches always give us a giggle? Possibly it’s because they do look ticklish!
This Sunday (August 19, at 10/9c) sees the premiere of BBC America’s hottest new show, the police drama Copper.
While it is quite an honor to host the 2012 Olympics, it sounds like some Londoners are biting their nails over what’s to come.
Here’s Elbow’s score for the BBC coverage of the games. They’ve arranged it so it can be cropped into tiny bits and used for trails, montages and all sorts.
Like many major world cities, London is home to a myriad of film locations. The city’s blend of modern and historical elements makes for a unique and versatile setting for films of all kinds.
Hey, movie fans, you’ve got Bale.
Christian Bale has played Batman three times in the past seven years and the superhero role has made the British actor a bona fide box office star.
When the magician and show-off David Blaine came to London to do one of his endurance feats – the one in a box suspended from a crane, for ages – the natural response of the good people who live there was to take the mickey: eggs …
“The Lambeth Walk”