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Tom Hiddleston teams up with Nashville singer Rodney Crowell—and Hiddelston’s bestie Mono the wonder dog—to send out a Christmas wish.Read Now
There’s a lovely interview on the Radio Times site with Neil Gaiman, in which he discusses the long-mooted movie adaptation […]Read Now
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In case you were wondering if Halloween experts exist, they most certainly do. We were lucky enough to correspond with All Hallow’s Eve guru Emma Rae Curtis Wednesday (October 29) for a @MindtheGap_BBCA #MindTheChat Twitter ...
Want to go all-out this year and show your U.S. friends that British expats know how to have spooky fun?
Halloween in the U.K. is a scary affair, and not because of all the ghosts, witches and ghouls.
Brits may claim that their accents haven’t changed, mine hasn’t after more than twenty years here (see what I mean?) but there’s no doubt that, after a while, Americanisms seep in all the same.