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America’s British population has taken to the web to voice its displeasure at news that U.S. candy giant Hershey has successfully blocked our much loved U.K.-produced chocolate from being exported to the land of the free.Read Now
In the middle of his road trip across America, British filmmaker James Coulson decided he’d seen enough—and applied for U.S. …Read Now
Well, it’s that time of year again when post-Christmas wallets are weighed up and paperwork is gathered for the filing …Read Now
You don’t get to capture the attention and imagination of the world by telling a ‘whodunnit?’ story that simply focuses on that one-word question and nothing else.
Before we launch headlong into another collection of Doctor Who-related stuff from the past week, Michelle Gomez has something important to say:
Monday morning blues? Monday morning JANUARY blues? This should sort that right out.
Remember that astonishing clip of Arthur Darvill singing “Let It Go” from Frozen with new words that addressed his life as a post-Doctor Who star? Well, it seems there are fresh delights to be had from this idea, and you …
The 2014 Anglo Fan Favorites Tournament is just around the corner, kicking off on Saturday, November 1. If you’re on pins and needles wondering who’s going to make up the list of 32 contenders, we have compiled the …
While there is some crossover between the disciplines of music and theatre—actors becoming singers, singers becoming actors—it’s fair to say that each makes very singular demands on the charisma of the performers.
Before we get to the huge scroll of astonishing things that are happening in the name of Doctor Who over the next few weeks, do just take a moment to watch this. It’s called “Ender the Doctor,” and it’s an …
If you were to go solely on the reaction of showbiz bloggers and newshounds (hello!), Keira Knightley‘s decision to play a struggling singer (and sing) in her latest movie Begin Again is one that is not only surprising, but …
Bear with me, in order to write about this particular BBC Radio 4 audio presentation, there may be an excessive use of the word who—up there in the headline, for example. This is unavoidable, given the circumstances.