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  • Entering his 14th year at #10, Larry welcomes 6th new PM in 8 years.

    Larry the Cat at #10. Editorial credit: Drop of Light / Following the results of Thursday’s snap election in the UK that will see Keir Starmer become the 6th Prime Minister in the last 8 years, our beloved Larry has remained the one constant at the most famous address this side of 221B Baker […]

  • Stephen Merchant wishes America a Happy 4th of July…sort of.

    As co-writer and co-director of BBC’s The Office, Stephen Merchant is best known for his collaborations with Ricky Gervais. The British writer, director, radio presenter, stand-up comedian and actor added a London West-End appearance a couple of years ago to his CV with his first play, The Mentalists by Richard Bean, alongside Steffan Rhodri at the Wyndham Theatre. Known for his brilliant command of […]

  • It’s murder on the set of Amadeus in “Death of a Hollow Man” on this weeks ‘Midsomer Murders Mayhem’ podcast episode

    It's time, once again, for THE weekly podcast you been waiting for (and hopefully listening to) that digs deep and goes behind-the-scenes into the long-running British mystery series, Midsomer Murders!, Midsomer Murders Mayhem continues to showcase the idea that things aren't always that rosy when living in a picturesque small English village (in this weeks episode, it's the town of Causton, home to main character Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby).

  • Sybil Fawlty named head of ‘Hotel Babylon’

    As if I needed yet another reason to pack my bags and work remote from a flat on the banks of the Thames, Notting Hill, South Kensington or any point in-between, here comes the news that Sybil Fawlty has assumed control of all the beautiful people that had previously run Hotel Babylon. In this 2007 […]

  • Happy 92nd, Prunella Scales!

    Prunella Scales, best known for her brilliant portrayal of Sybil Fawlty in Fawlty Towers, turned 92 years young Friday (22 June). Her 7-decade career began in 1951 where she worked as the assistant stage manager at the Bristol Old Vic. Her career big break came with the early 1960s sitcom Marriage Lines starring opposite Richard Briers (Good […]

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