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BAFTA TV Awards
The final season of Breaking Bad may have won the BAFTA for Best International Series on Sunday (May 18), but it’s easy to forget that the series, widely thought to be one of the greatest TV dramas America has ever produced, had a …
BBC AMERICA’s In the Flesh won the BAFTA TV award for Best Miniseries on Sunday (May 18), beating The Fall, The Great Train Robbery, and Southcliffe. In the Flesh lead and BAFTA nominee Luke Newberry spoke to Anglophenia’s …
British actor Luke Evans has emerged as one of the film studio’s go-to action stars, with roles in The Hobbit films and a pair of highly anticipated parts in blockbuster films, Dracula Untold and The Crow. On Sunday (May 18), …
The TV BAFTAs have just finished, and it’s been a heck of a year for Broadchurch, and not a bad one for Doctor Who either.
Nominations are in for this year’s BAFTA TV Awards, which will be held on Sunday 18 May, and as you’d expect, they make a compelling case for the current strength of British television.
The 1950s-set newsroom drama The Hour may have come to a close, but stars Peter Capaldi and Romola Garai were both out in support of the critically beloved saga at the BAFTA TV Awards in London yesterday (May 12). Capaldi was a double …
Last night’s BAFTA TV awards ceremony was a most Anglopheniac spectacle indeed, with top prizes going to some of our favorite British talents. Olivia Colman, for example, (finally) won two awards, for entirely contrasting …
Watch how Sherlock‘s Benedict Cumberbatch handled some very spoiler-y questions from folks on the BAFTA red carpet last month (May 27).
Actress Claire Foy has appeared on American television in several British imports — Little Doritt and Upstairs Downstairs for Masterpiece and now BBC America’s White Heat, which airs its fifth episode tonight (June 6) at …
On the BAFTA red carpeton Sunday, Tamsin Greig, Beverly on the hit Showtime series Episodes, gave BBC’s Alan Moloney a preview of the comedy’s second season, which is already underway in the U.K.