British history books are well served with fierce warrior heroines who would think nothing of ripping your face off if you got in their way. And why not? You’re in their way! Get, like, OUT of their way!
Assuming you’ve got the best grades in the world, the money to pay for it and the time to take, getting an education in one of the top British universities is an extraordinarily good idea. You’ll be taking your place among …
It’s May 4, which means that because of a pun—the pun that is now bigger than an entire galaxy, far, far away— it is Star Wars day.
Never mind the Beatles and their matching jackets; there has never been a rock group where the individual members displayed such preposterously different personalities as the Who.
Recently, we threw a lot of names into a hat as part of a blog post suggesting British replacements for David Letterman when he leaves Late Show, and it was a lot of fun. Then, while discussing our findings on social media, some bright …
We all have our dark moments, and sometimes it’s as though all you can do is raise your eyes heavenwards and ask the stormy skies above what plan fate has in store for you.
If you are any sort of British detective, certainly of the caliber we’re looking at here, you will not need any kind of personality quiz to work out which one you are.
People get knighthoods for all sorts of reasons: winning wars, running economies, making charities happen, but in showbusiness it seems you need to be a certain type of performer to achieve this most highly-ranked of accolades.
For years, Brits have stereotypically defined their sense of humor against that of people in the U.S. by smugly stating that Americans don’t ‘get’ irony.
Victorian crime drama Ripper Street has made a welcome return to BBC AMERICA, with people meeting their ends in all manner of unpleasant and gory ways. However, while life in Victorian London was far from safe, serial killers were not …