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Just for the sake of variety, let’s take Doctor Who and Sherlock Holmes as read, and see what else we can find, shall we?
There are few things less attractive than whining, especially from people who are doing pretty well for themselves. It’s ungrateful, it’s bratty and it never, ever arrives with the same righteous fury that it had when ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on July 24th, 2012
“The Lambeth Walk”
In many ways, the story you are about to read constitutes the perfect Anglophenia moment. What we’ve got is a prominent British musician explaining a crucial part of his daily routine, one which is familiar to millions of British ...
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on December 20th, 2010
James Buckley may be best known for portraying the sarcastic and sex-obsessed Jay Cartwright on BBC America’s The Inbetweeners, but the 23-year-old actor is also a budding musician. As a massive fan of Britpop, Buckley played ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on December 10th, 2010
Simon Cowell has slammed former Jam frontman Paul Weller for calling TV talent programs like Cowell’s X Factor as “very cheap programming and the lowest common denominator stuff,” NME reports.
In this week’s Tellyvangelist – your weekly guide to all that’s British on U.S.
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This was No. 1 in the UK 25 years ago.
A lilting acoustic number, it’s the one Paul Weller solo record that many fans rate as highly as his work with The Jam. It hit No.