The following is a guest post. It is a truth universally acknowledged…that Jane Austen’s popularity continues to grow. Her novels, the film adaptations, the fan fiction spin-offs – as a recovering English major, I am not immune to Austen-mania.
The following is a guest post. I’ve been in the UK for a month now and in that time, I crossed several “must-see” things off my list that I’ve never gotten to before, including my first trip to Scotland.
The following is a guest post. As an American feverishly awaiting the return of Downton Abbey, I carefully wade through information about Season Four. I am seriously avoiding all spoilers! But my curiosity has been peaked by the arrival of four new male characters.
The following is a guest post. Great Britain has perfected many things: tea, beer, royalty – and for the weary and frugal traveler, lodging with personality. Now, this is not the point where I reel off the list of multi-starred hotels I’ve enjoyed- such a list would be embarrassingly short.
The following is a guest post. I was asked to watch series 3 of Luther and report back. My initial reaction is that it held my attention most of the time, but I can’t say I was bowled over by it.
The following is a guest post. Quite an eventful episode this week, eh? Susan Wright (or is it Elaine?) proved that she’s not just a secretive loner, but actually a scary witch who’s not shy about making violent threats. Watch your back, Editor Maggie!
The following is a guest post. Recently Buzzfeed.com announced their picks for the all-time hunks of PBS. Though Brit-heavy as it should be, the list was flawed. As my colleague Melissa pointed out they lost credibility with her when they placed Bill Nye the Science Guy ahead of Kenneth Branagh.
The following is a guest post. A few weeks ago I wrote a post concerning the variety of places one might find British television shows in the US. I touched on the strengths and weaknesses of sources such as Hulu, Netflix and good old PBS.