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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
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It’s accepted that we have British English and American English, but, in written communication, there’s more than just language differences. …Read Now
Now that Paddington the movie is finally hiting U.S.
Let’s get one thing clear before we start, the U.K. may be a small country by U.
Believe it or not, it’s that time of year. Today (July 19), Benedict Cumberbatch turns 38. And what a year it has been for the fabled Busy Benedict.
It’s old news that Top Gear is the world’s most popular factual program. Among humans, that is. But now it appears that Top Gear is also extremely popular among owls.
It’s hard to winnow down the craziness of another year of Top Gear to just ten moments, but the exigencies of end-of-the-year roundups gave us no choice but to attempt the task.
Top Gear magazine is marking its 20th anniversary. TopGear.com points out that the magazine has sold more than 66 million copies worldwide, spawned editions all over the world, and driven over 5,000 cars more than one million miles.
“You buy a bag of peanuts in this town, you get a song written about you,” said Orson Welles as the title character of Citizen Kane.
Last week, Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond rewrote the annals of exploration in their search for the source of the Nile and there are indications that they also changed the way Britons perceive estate cars (station …
Red hot James McAvoy is next week’s Star in A Reasonably Priced Car (premiering March 4). The Scottish actor’s driving, writes TopGear.
Road trip. Do any two words — with the exception of Top Gear, of course — strike such excitement in the hearts of car lovers, especially American car lovers?