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Ben Whishaw makes his return to BBC AMERICA as star of the thriller London Spy, set for a premiere later …Read Now
Well, what a year for Ameri-Brit relations. Despite a few hiccups in the “special relationship” (see August in the list below), the U.S.
Do you go cross-eyed at the thought of sifting through your receipts and paystubs every January as one American tax year ends another begins? Alas, there’s (probably) no getting away from it: you need to get your financial house in …
The dream of less stress, better sleep and more time to concentrate on the important things in life has universal appeal, but mention “meditation” and many people think of a bald monk in orange robes sitting with his eyes closed and …
By Jon Langford | Posted on December 22nd, 2014
Unfortunately for expats, you can’t very easily get your hands on a packet of pickled onion flavor Monster Munch in the United States. But there is no shortage of other weird and wonderful American snacks from which Brits can choose.
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on December 20th, 2014
If you’re in America over the festive season, you may find yourself gagging for some quality U.K. telly to help pass the time between gobbling turkey and rowing with your family over Skype.
By Laurence Brown | Posted on December 18th, 2014
It is often said, and usually with a dose of light-hearted banter, that the British excel at the following things: drinking tea, maintaining a stiff upper lip, and complaining about the weather. Indeed, there was once a time when the …
So, I finally caved and bought an iPhone. What can I tell you, I had a coupon for a free case.
By Laurence Brown | Posted on December 12th, 2014
As if getting to grips with a multitude of new Christmas customs wasn’t already a challenge for Brits in America, the language of Christmas is equally complex. Indeed, when I first moved to the United States in the winter of 2008, I …
By Helen Donahue | Posted on December 11th, 2014
Toby Whithouse, creator of BBC AMERICA’s 1970s-set spy drama The Game and the original U.S.
If you’ve come to America hoping to get lethally fat on deliciousness, head to that strip of states along the bottom and start munching. Because down there, the food is, quite literally, to die for. Not sure what to order?