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Woah, woah. What is going on here? At first glance, we thought this was a bad car accident but it turns out to be intentional, the black cab flipped over that is, all in the name of TV with the Fox show 24 filming in London.
This group of Downton Abbey-esque butlers hit the London Tube, to spread the word on the Series 4 DVD launch in the U.K. The butler brigade is an attempt to get Britons into the holiday spirit, with the shopping season upon us.
This footage of 1927 London was filmed by Claude Friese-Greene, a pioneer of the moving picture, using a process of shooting in colour that was developed by his equally ground-breaking father William. The All-British Friese-Greene ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on March 12th, 2013
The startling success of those Keep Calm and Carry On posters – which the British government had originally created to be used in the event of German invasion during World War II – has been a stark reminder of the uses to which ...
The Tube and train system in London are so convenient and easy to navigate but at the same time those towering escalators are frightful. Network Rail has released video footage of embarrassing falls at railway stations, reports the UK ...
There appears to be a rash of funny stickers infecting the trains on the London underground at present. Some of them are daft, some are satirical, but almost all of them are amazing.
Lady Gaga doesn’t mince words. Nor does she shy away from controversy. She wrote a song paying homage to the late royal, Princess Diana, who passed away in 1997.
By staff | Posted on July 27th, 2012
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 ...
On the last day of its 8,000-mile journey all around Britain, the Olympic torch traveled on the Thames aboard the Queen’s royal rowbarge, the Gloriana, powered by 16 oarsmen. The Gloriana led the flotilla during the Diamond Jubilee ...
By Leah Rozen | Posted on July 27th, 2012
Just as Olympic athletes go for the gold, so the producers of the Olympics opening ceremony go for the spectacle. Big is better. There’s safety in numbers. Wow ‘em, wow ‘em and wow ‘em.