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Cost Plus World Market is running their yearly sweepstakes offering up a chance to win a trip to London (in previous years it was Downton Abbey themed). This one is USA only, sorry Canadians (and rest of world), we don’t run these contests, just report on their existence. Show More Summary
There’s something about royals that is fascinating to the public. Perhaps it’s the elegant lifestyles that we imagine they lead or maybe their guarded nature that leaves us wanting to know more about life behind the curtain. Whatever...Show More Summary
As I write this, I am reeling from what I found under the Christmas tree. Not only have I gotten DVDs of one of the most acclaimed miniseries of the last few years and one of the weirdest films ever, a Blu-Ray collection of Hitchcock’s...Show More Summary
This premiered last night after the Doctor Who Christmas Special (which was fantastic by the way) and is our first good look at the upcoming series and the new companion Bill (played by Pearl Mackie). After a year of no Doctor Who, it’s good that it’s back soon. The post Doctor Who: Series 10 Teaser Trailer – Video appeared first on Anglotopia.net.
The Royal Family on YouTube has just published the Queen’s 2016 Christmas message, a venerable British Christmas tradition. The Queen is not well, she had to miss Christmas church service this morning due to a nasty cold, so let’s all wish her a hearty Anglotopia get well soon! The post Christmas 2016: The Queen’s 2016 Christmas Message appeared first on Anglotopia.net.
As we wind down for the Christmas holiday weekend, we thought it’d be fun to share this rendition of The Night Before Christmas read by Stephen Fry. Such a soothing voice! Happy Christmas! The post Christmas: Listen to Stephen Fry Read The Night before Christmas – Video appeared first on Anglotopia.net.
Earlier in the year, there was speculation that the Glastonbury Festival would have to move due to concerns over the effects of hundreds of thousands of people dancing over the large gas pipe that runs directly under Worthy Farm. There...Show More Summary
“Wonderful Christmastime” is a fairly polarising song. On the one hand, a fairly recent Esquire column ranked the 20 top worst Christmas songs and ranked it as Number one. And even fans are inclined to admit it’s one of Paul’s most mediocre compositions. Show More Summary
Most of us have grown up with Scrooge’s annual Christmas-Eve escapades. We know the plot, the Victorian catch phrases, the every bah, humbug! like the back of our hands. The immortal names of Ebenezer, Jacob Marley and Bob Cratchit are now as deeply familiar to us as Santa, Rudolph and Frosty. Show More Summary
The announcement last week that the BBC was going to be launching a new streaming service in the USA along with British broadcaster ITV was our most popular post in months. This is something we Anglophiles have been craving for years. Show More Summary
I’ve been largely immune to the coloring book trend – it’s not been something that interested me (though Mrs. Anglotopia has enjoyed it from time to time). But this new release from British Airways has gotten be interested. They’ve released their own coloring book of BA planes, places, posters and more. Show More Summary
It’s been quite a while since we posted about a sweepstakes for a free trip to Britain but now we have a few in our queue. First up is a chance to win a trip to London and Southeast England from Williams-Sonoma. NOTE: WE ARE NOT RUNNING THIS CONTEST, JUST TELLING YOU ABOUT IT. Show More Summary
Those of us looking for their new Christmas tradition, look no further. Just fire up Netflix and watch Black Mirror’s Christmas special. As a huge fan of Black Mirror, I have to say that, despite some damn stiff competition, this may be my favourite episode of the series. Show More Summary
Christmas is just around the corner on the farm now, and our festive preparations are well under way. The kids have been so excited they wanted to put the decorations up as soon as Guy Fawkes Night was over on 5th November, but we managed to persuade them to wait a bit longer. Show More Summary
Finally. The BBC and ITV are partnering to launch a new streaming service in the first quarter of 2017 that will showcase British TV for American audiences. It will feature an extensive back catalog of classic British shows as well as new hit shows, sometimes within 24 hours of airing. Show More Summary
The official full trailer for Dunkirk was been released. This is going to be good! Dunkirk hits theaters on July 21, 2017. The post Brit Movies: Dunkirk Full Official Trailer Released – This is Going To Be Good appeared first on Anglotopia.net.
While today, Doctor Who is a cultural phenomenon watched in countries all over the world, it wasn’t always seen as one of the BBC’s most profitable programmes. What’s more, back in the 1960s, the network had a habit of wiping tapesShow More Summary
Have you ever been struck with a feeling of dread when you went up to the ATM? Me personally, I’m only unsettled by the distinct possibility that the ATM won’t actually work properly, like the many times I’ve accidentally cancelled a...Show More Summary
Editor’s Note: This selection of books we have reviewed originally appeared in the fourth issue of the Anglotopia Magazine. We would normally wait a few months before publishing but we thought that many of these books would make great gifts – so we’re publishing it early. Show More Summary
The Call the Midwife Christmas special is starting to become a welcome Christmas tradition. Here is a preview for this year’s which will air in both the UK and USA at Christmas. The post Brit TV: Call the Midwife – Christmas Special 2016 Trailer appeared first on Anglotopia.net.