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Best Worst 2010
We asked some of our Twitter followers to peek into their crystal balls and tell us what UK-related headlines they expected to see in 2011. What did our budding Sylvia Brownes come up to?
If 2010 was the year of Florence + the Machine, Tom Hardy, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Matt Smith, which UK stars will hit the big time in 2011?
With the dawning of the New Year only a few days away, let us take a rest from reacquainting ourselves with some of the year’s best LPs to turn an ear to 2011. Some of the UK’s finest — Coldplay, Radiohead, Mogwai, and ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on December 27th, 2010
Those bigwigs in Hollywood love their British telly. In a feverish race to provide fresh content to hungry American viewers, producers, writers, and executives maintain a watchful eye on the shows that are catching fire across the pond, ...
In your typical episode of Doctor Who, there are enough clever moments to fill a whole season of other shows — perfectly timed double takes and one-liners so plentiful that even the throwaways are gold. And then there are those ...
Some of Britain’s finest actors are fantastically quick at the mouth and we love them for it. Here’s a look back at some of BBC America’s most hilarious and memorable remarks of 2010.
When it comes to late-night television, celebrity guests tend to let loose a bit, have a laugh and indulge in a bit of monkey business. And those saucy Brits do not disappoint.
For better or for worse, the UK is great at reality TV, both at getting its citizens to mug before the camera and producing compelling global formats. And 2010 produced a bumper crop of Brits more than willing to part with a bit of ...
So, that dude who plays the page on 30 Rock – is he really from Georgia, or is he secretly from some council estate in Sheffield? You never know these days; stealthy British thespians have learned our ways, assumed our identities, ...
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on December 17th, 2010
When it comes down to it, celebrities are human beings, too. They make mistakes just like us. Right?