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The Sesame Street theme song asks the age-old question, “Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?” The directions might be a little tricky if coming from the U.K.
By Brigid Brown | Posted on October 3rd, 2014
VisitLondon is teaming up with British celebrities like Michael Sheen (Masters of Sex), Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock), Peter Capaldi (Doctor Who), and Emma Watson (The Perks of Being a Wallflower), in an attempt to raise funds for ...
The answer: just ask him. Sure, it’s all in the name of work, but really, does it take much arm twisting to get David Beckham into his skivvies?
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on May 28th, 2014
The toughest thing about writing an Anglophile blog is finding an appropriate space for the things that are hugely popular in Britain, but mean far less in the U.S., like football.
By Brigid Brown | Posted on May 19th, 2014
Retired football player David Beckham is making the best of his down time, starring in the upcoming BBC One documentary Into the Unknown.
We are living in a selfie-soaked culture: Britain’s Oxford University Press announced “selfie” as the 2013 word of the year. TIME recently featured an auction where the winner would win a selfie with Sirs Patrick Stewart and Ian ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on March 18th, 2014
It’s kind of hard to tell, and possibly impossible to find out definitively, but this might be a thing that only British people think is significant. One of our greatest footballers (meaning soccer) appearing in a specially ...
There’s always a moment of disjointed thinking that comes with a photo like this. On the left, Nicholas Lyndhurst and David Jason, clearly playing Rodney and Del Boy Trotter—the characters that made them British household names ...
At first glance, one might think David Beckham is starring in an action film with him sprinting across pipes, climbing over industrial structures and scaling scaffolding but it turns out the newly retired footballer was spotted sporting ...
By Seb Patrick | Posted on August 26th, 2013
If a British cultural export manages to succeed in America, it’s a fairly safe bet that it already has some degree of popularity in its home land. Sometimes, however, exports from the U.K.