The following is a guest post. One of the fun things about being a Whovian is that in addition to the actual show, there is a huge assortment of supplemental material. We’ve got books, audio adventures, fan-fiction… pretty much everything.
The following is a guest post. Almost 5 years ago, I boarded a single flight bound for North America. My wife – already a self-confessed Anglophile – was with me, as we set off to an uncertain future in the Midwestern state of Indiana, where we have lived ever since.
The following is a guest post. “Remember, remember the 5th of November, Gunpowder, Treason & Plot. I see no reason why gunpowder, treason should ever be forgot.” Traditional British Rhyme
The following is a guest post. What can the Downton Abbey-less U.S fans do while cleverly dodging all of the season 4 spoilers?
The following is a guest post. Do you believe in things that go bump in the night? According to Visit Britain, half of adults think ghosts might exist. And as Halloween approaches, spook-seekers all over the UK are getting ready to spot headless horsemen and ladies in white gowns.
The following is a guest post. I’m not exactly sure why, but British actors really seem to relish their villainous roles, do they not? It might be their extensive drama school training. Do they actually practice oozing snobbish and ruthless disdain tinged with a hint of threatening menace?
The following is a guest post. Earl Grey tea has been a favorite variety of Britain’s favorite beverage since the early 1800s when it made its first appearance in English society. Traditionally, this staple is defined by the mixture of black tea with flavoring of oil from the rind of a bergamot orange, which gives […]
The following is a guest post. Over the years James Bond has been fortunate to have a smooth ride – starting with the now legendary DB5 from Aston Martin. However, once upon a time, Bond had to beg for his cars. The first Bond movies were made in the days before product placement.
The following is a guest post. It perhaps speaks to both the worldwide respect and vehement hatred of the “tiny island” that so many words have been invented to refer to the British. Born out of international conflicts many of these names are still in use today – spoken by Americans, Australians and even the […]