A possible last-minute Xmas gift for the ultimate Doctor Who fan?

In case you have suddenly realized that Christmas Day is a mere 17 days from today, in the immortal words of Douglas Adams, Don’t Panic. We are here for you if you need that last minute extra-special something for the ultimate Doctor Who fan in your life. How about a real-life sonic screwdriver? Seems as though […]

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A French and Saunders primer on Harry Potter, part 2

Unlike the upcoming ill-conceived release pattern for the “final” installment of the Harry Potter franchise, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, we bring you the conclusion to the French and Saunders primer, as it was meant to be, a mere 24-hours after the posting of parts 1 & 2…..and, on the very day it premieres […]

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Daniel Radcliffe sings the Periodic Table to promote Harry Potter

From the department of ‘you may have missed this the other night’…. After starring in six Harry Potter films where he has been engaged in a never-ending battle with ‘he who must not be named‘, Daniel Radcliffe can finally feel comfortable enough to be at his geeky, wizardry best on national television. His appearance on […]

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BBC reveals what we've all known for some time…

In a not-so-earth-shattering, earth-shattering, announcement, the BBC, yesterday, revealed what we’ve all known for a long, long time. Doctor Who is immortal. The reasoning behind the timing of the announcement points directly from the edict of the Time Lords, which has long stated that Time Lords can only regenerate only 12 times before they die. […]

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Kenneth Branagh returns as Wallander

PBS’ brilliant Masterpiece series enters its 40th season in a few weeks with a stellar line-up of both familiar faces and newcomers. Sunday, October 3, on PBS stations nationwide will see the return of Kenneth Branagh in the role of police inspector, Kurt Wallander. Based on the novels of Swedish novelist, Henning Mankell, Branagh’s portrayal […]

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Doh! Weren't you in….

That’s the question that viewers often ask when watching British comedy on public television. It’s not unusual to see your favorite British comedy actor or actress step out of the roles that we have become friends with over the years and stretch themselves using their formal training in period drama, contemporary drama, hit movies, American “sitcoms” […]

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