Make King Arthur and Concord proud…Turn your bike into a horse

A tip of the hat to the folks over at NPR for bringing to our intention what could very well be the greatest invention since someone actually determined it was safe to eat chocolate chip cookie dough. Billed as ‘the leading bike-horse hybridizer in the world’, comes the ultimate Christmas gift for those that may be wondering […]

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On June 26, PBS will have you ‘Dancing on the Edge’

Dancing on the Edge is set in the early 1930’s and follows the Louis Lester Band, a black jazz band on the rise, as they achieve fame by entertaining London’s upper-class society while encountering racism, class prejudice and nationalism. The band lands a gig at the Imperial Hotel and catches the eye of ambitious American […]

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A London re-cap including a brush with Bill Nighy greatness

I knew this would happen. First day back on U.S. soil from a jam-packed two weeks in the UK for the 2016 BBC Showcase in Liverpool and I find myself wide awake and it’s just a bit shy of 4:00am local time. Guess it makes sense considering it’s almost 10:00a London time which is what I’ve […]

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Your ‘ultimate Downton Abbey map guide’ to filming locations!

In just a few short weeks (March 6th, to be exact), the doors will shut for the final time at Downton Abbey. Before Carson closes the door, for one last time, the sun will stream through the windows and light up the magnificent house even without the benefit of those electricity vapors the Dowager Countess so feared were swirling […]

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The Great(est) British Television Map! Ever!

A huge TOH to the folks over at Radio Times who dug deep and found what appears to be the most brilliant British Telly map ever. This is better than sliced bread! For TV fans residing in the UK, the fact that the setting for both Doc Martin and Poldark take full advantage of the gorgeous Cornwall coastline or that Happy […]

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‘Indian Summers’ set for 2016 return with series 2

Given the timing in both the UK and the U.S., both Downton Abbey-Nation and Sherlock-Nation are nothing short of beside themselves this week. With Downton closing its doors in the UK on Christmas Day and set to premiere in the U.S. on PBS beginning January 3 and Sherlock set to transmit on New Years Day […]

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‘Mr. Selfridge’ to re-open doors 8 Jan on ITV, March 2016 on PBS

As American audiences (im)patiently await the premiere of the final series of Downton Abbey this coming Sunday on PBS, audiences in the UK will soon be aware of the fact that there is, indeed, ‘life after Downton‘, as series 4 of Mr. Selfridge re-opens its’ doors on Friday, 8 January at 9:00pm on ITV. For those in the […]

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