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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
It’s accepted that we have British English and American English, but, in written communication, there’s more than just language differences. …Read Now
Ringo Starr can sing a verse or two of “When I’m 64” to celebrate his birthday next Sunday, but only if he changes the number in the lyric to 73. Yes, Beatles fans, the Fab Four’s drummer turns 73 on July 7, one of several …
The Spice Girls musical, Viva Forever, which was written by Jennifer Saunders and featured all of the big Spice songs (and some of the smaller ones) is set to close after a seven month run, with Daily Mail-reported debts of £5 …
Joanna Lumley broke the mold when bringing Absolutely Fabulous‘s Patsy to life. It’s understandable she doesn’t want anyone else playing her.
Wow, the day is finally here! The Olympic torch started its adventure in Land’s End, Cornwall, making its way to the four corners of the United Kingdon, landing in East London at the Olympic Stadium this evening (July 27) at …
With the new BBC America docu-comedy Twenty Twelve premiering Thursday (June 28) at 9/8c, we thought it might be fun to “‘av a laugh” by checking out iTunes where BBC America is giggling its way through Summer of …
Yep, here’s a family photo you possibly didn’t expect to see again (for a while at least). It’s the five Spice Girls, on the same hotel steps their viciously tall shoes treated so aggressively in for the …
Last night, Absolutely Fabulous fans partied like it was 1992 with the U.S.
With the Absolutely Fabulous 20th Anniversary Special is set to storm American shores on Sunday, January 8 on BBC America, the BBC in the UK has released a brand-new clip of the show. And while the set-up is just like old times — …
This might take a little explaining so bear with me. In the 1980s, when British TV took the quantum leap from three channels of TV to four, Channel Four (the fourth channel) commissioned a series of one-off comedies called The Comic …