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In the middle of his road trip across America, British filmmaker James Coulson decided he’d seen enough—and applied for U.S. …Read Now
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
Let’s not mince words: Americans love being told off by the Brits on TV. I don’t fully claim to understand the psychology, but I should imagine part of it is listening to the sneering contempt dripping from an upper crust …
Piers Morgan cannot get a break. It was recently announced that his CNN show, Piers Morgan Tonight, is coming to an end, but that didn’t stop E! TV personality Chelsea Handler from telling him how it is, reports USA Today.
British TV personality Piers Morgan had a good run on CNN but his show, Piers Morgan Tonight, has been canceled, reports CNN.
Today, the British press is a-flurry with the news that Simon Cowell is returning to the UK version of The X Factor. This is because it was in Britain that he made his name, the British show is his baby, and he just wanted to come back …
If a British cultural export manages to succeed in America, it’s a fairly safe bet that it already has some degree of popularity in its home land. Sometimes, however, exports from the U.K.
Don’t be getting all up in my grill, this is just the flipside of the feature we ran a while ago about American things the Brits always find cool. It’s a yin/yang thing, so be cool, yeah?
Talk show hosts are a chatty bunch and love to share their opinions on TV. We’re not too surprised to see they’re active in the Twittersphere.
It’s been made official, Kate Middleton is pregnant. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their first child who will be third in line to the throne.
James Bond star Sir Roger Moore discusses his violent first two wives on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, according to The Telegraph.
The great British period drama has been many things, haughty, educational, dignified, but it’s never been particularly explicit, has it? Colin Firth might have smouldered around in his wet shirt for Pride and Prejudice, but he …