Valentine’s Day is a time to think about the importance of romance in our lives. And seeing as my life centers around British telly, it only makes sense for me to highlight loving spouses from the world of UK entertainment.
The following is a guest post. Picture the scene: a typically Dutch dull, grey Sunday morning, sitting around the breakfast table with visitors from Britain. I chose this morning to soft boil some eggs, toast some bread and cut it up into strips as part of the morning feast.
The following is a guest post. Television networks have long known that similar shows get crossover fans. That’s why NBC had a Thursday sitcom block for the longest time—to maintain the audience from one half-hour segment to the next.
The following is a guest post. My recent post about flapjack prompted a Facebook follower to ask if we remembered Australian Crunch. Oh my goodness, yes, of course I do. How could I forget that delicious, chocolaty, crunchy bar we enjoyed as kids? Do you remember it?
The following is a guest post. Edith faces a situation women at this time dreaded. Despite reassurance from Cora that she is not a bad person, she can’t help but feel differently. Along with the continued lack of information on Gregson, she is now pregnant and unmarried. Her emotions are a powerful mix of regret, […]
The following is a guest post. Recently I was talking to my British friend about netball, that wonderful game we British school girls played during PE and in the school breaktime.
The following is a guest post. If there’s one thing the British can do with greater prolificacy than almost any other peoples, it is coining insults.
The following is a guest post. If you’re visiting London and looking for a castle visit to add to your list of sites to see, consider Arundel Castle in West Sussex. The castle and its grounds offer much to savor, including theme gardens, priceless art, and historic relics and architecture.
The following is a guest post. The Film Fatales air Charles Dickens’ dirty laundry!