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A celebration of the year in cinema, the BAFTAs — officially titled the Orange British Academy Film Awards — will air on BBC America on Sunday, beginning at 8 pm ET. (Follow Anglophenia on Twitter for Fraser McAlpine‘s ...
We all know that Hugh Laurie is very keen on his music, and that he can play jazz and blues along with the best of them. But, as a comedian on a sketch show in the 1980s, he’d have been very remiss in his duties had he neglected ...
Live TV is a killer. No matter what the best intentions of a production team may be, no matter how many doomsday scenarios have been planned out, something will always come along to gum up the works.
After the fun and games of the musical festive trailer for BBC One, there has now been a second trailer released, showing clips from some of the dramas which will be airing over the next few weeks.
For someone who has the reputation of a musical hermit these days, Kate Bush has a lot of friends and has collaborated on a startling variety of different projects.
It’s not easy being Russell Brand. Oh sure, everyone loves you and your strange talkyspeak and your Utopian exhortations, but you’re also a recovering drug addict with several arrests under your belt, just the kind of guy ...
Here’s a new trailer video the BBC have made for their autumn schedule of programming on BBC One. It’s a bit of a rogue’s trick dangling all of this astonishment in front of your faces, especially as some of it may ...
News Roundup: ‘X Factor’ Judge is ‘Sick of Adele,’ Winehouse is Britain’s Best-Seller, Stephen Fry Honors Steve Jobs
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on August 25th, 2011
• Take That‘s Gary Barlow says he’s “sick” of Adele. Well, he has a good reason to be.
By staff | Posted on August 9th, 2011
As the riots across London and elsewhere continue to dominate British news, our celebs have come out in force (well, on Twitter at any rate) to condemn the lootings.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on August 4th, 2011
You can’t truly celebrate British culture without paying respects to that trio of audacious autophiles Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond. With Doctor Who‘s Days laying claim to Tuesdays on Anglophenia, ...