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Note: these aren’t British instruments. In fact there aren’t many, if any, musical instruments that could be said to have definitely had their sole origin in the British Isles, although bagpipes come close.
Let’s not spoil this with too much talk. Suffice to say there are 10 videos here, featuring some of the greatest musicans that Britain has produced. Only, they don’t really sound all that magnificent here.
It’s a British Christmas tradition to sit down in front of the television and watch the Queen deliver her Christmas speech at 3pm. This year … it’s going to be in 3D.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on December 10th, 2012
Sir Patrick Moore was the kind of figure that is so singular, so startlingly unlike anyone else in public life, that the act of explaining their quirks for the first time makes them appear suddenly alien and odd. I don’t even know ...
By Brigid Brown | Posted on November 28th, 2012
Aw, brotherly love. The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, made a visit to Cambridge for the first time since receiving his dukedom title from his grandmother the Queen right before marrying the then Kate Middleton (now Duchess of ...
Our friends over at Socialite Life have put together a gallery of Prince William, his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and the Queen — among other royals — paying their respect on Remembrance Day.
Note: some of these are songs performed with Muppets as well as by Muppets. But there are songs and there are Muppets, so that should be good enough for anyone.
By Brigid Brown | Posted on August 31st, 2012
Like many true Anglophiles, my eyes light up at just the thought of making a visit to the U.K. I adore being abroad; anything is possible.
The royals have been sprinting around Olympic events faster than Usain Bolt.
“Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry have been tirelessly shuttling around town to support Team GB’s athletes,” writes E! Online, “going everywhere from land to sea in an impressive display of ...
By Paul Hechinger | Posted on May 11th, 2012
Amid pomp and ceremony, Queen Elizabeth traveled to Westminster on Wednesday to deliver her annual speech to Parliament outlining the government’s plans for the upcoming year.