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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
It is said that a positive review from British restaurant critic Giles Coren can be worth $1 million to an …Read Now
X-Men‘s Patrick Stewart is a trooper, putting on a singing and dancing hat for his wife Sunny Ozell to film him wearing. We can’t confirm this, but from his facial expressions, it’s as if he’s thinking, …
Merry Christmas from everyone at Anglophenia! Here, to set your festive morning off with a blast from the past, are 10 images created by the photographer Peter Macdiarmid, after scouring London for the locations of various Christmassy …
Doctor Who‘s Jenna Coleman deems herself a “traditionalist” when it comes to sitting down for Christmas dinner. Coleman can’t go without turkey and all the trimmings, but there’s one American dish …
Tom Hiddleston teams up with Nashville singer Rodney Crowell—and Hiddelston’s bestie Mono the wonder dog—to send out a Christmas wish.
The Brits really know how to do Christmas, lighting up the streets with bulbs and fireworks, getting out the decorations and displaying Christmas wishes. Check out this snapshot of 21 photos of Christmas done right, seen throughout the …
The John Lewis department store in Cambridge, England, received a handwritten letter of apology from a 5-year-old shopper, named Faith, who mistakenly broke a bauble, reports BBC News. A bauble, as you may know, is a round, glass …
Britons are getting creative in their holiday celebrations and it’s all in the name of Christmas. We think. With the holiday madness, maybe it makes sense to double up on some efforts.
Dark wrap-around shades are a cool look for the Queen. But they’re not a new palace fashion choice, they’re just the sporty 3D glasses the Queen wore when she recorded her Christmas message earlier this month.
A Christmas Carol, wrote Paul Davis, author of The Lives & Times of Ebenezer Scrooge, “has been adapted, revised, condensed, retold, reoriginated and modernized more than any other work of English literature.”
Like many true Anglophiles, my eyes light up at just the thought of making a visit to the U.K. I adore being abroad; anything is possible.