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There’s always a demand for great British actors. No matter the production, British actors always manage to win a role or two in American films. In recent years, this has extended to the Superhero genre, with many great British actors taking on characters that are American as apple pie. Show More Summary
Anglophenia’s Kate Arnell looks back at the moments in history that made Britain a tea-drinking nation. The post Video: Why Are Brits So Obsessed with Tea? – Anglophenia appeared first on Anglotopia.net.
Engross yourself in another historical love story from the popular author Ellie Dean, exploring a British expat in Singapore’s return to England in the midst of World War Two. An Amazon reviewer says: “The glimpse of the Pacific start...Show More Summary
This article was written by Christopher Saunders. Thomas Edward Lawrence was born in Tremadoc, Wales on August 16th, 1888. His father, Thomas Lawrence, was a noble dilettante; his mother Sarah, a strict Christian. They settled near Oxford, with Lawrence becoming a precocious child. Show More Summary
Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne will play Newt Scamander in Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Warner Bros confirms. From the BBC: Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne will star in Harry Potter spin-off film Fantastic...Show More Summary
Buzzfeed Video has had a series of Americans try the British staple, Beans on Toast, and filmed their reactions – to hilarious effect. Do you like beans on toast? The post Brit Food Humour: Americans Try Beans On Toast – Video appeared first on Anglotopia.net.
A few weeks ago, I shared some observations that I made while on a brief trip to Wales from where we live in England. For the second May bank holiday weekend, we ventured up to Scotland, and so I thought I’d share a few observations about differences I noted while there. Show More Summary
Here’s an assortment of classic poetry read by Benedict Cumberbatch. In this video he reads 5 poems – here’s a list: 1. The Seven Ages Of Man (or The World’s A Stage) by William Shakespeare 2. Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll 3. Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri 4. Show More Summary
Otherwise known as Monty Python and the Quest for the Holy Grail, this was the first feature-length film done by the Monty Python troupe following the conclusion of Monty Python’s Flying Circus (not counting And Now for Something Completely Different, which is more a collection of sketches). Show More Summary
It’s telling how different I am from others in my generation that, in the same weekend that Avengers 2: Age of Ultron was released, the movie I was excited about was Thomas Vinterberg’s Far From the Madding Crowd. And it’s also telling...Show More Summary
This is fun and making me hungry on a Friday afternoon! Banbury, Eccles, Jaffa, Dundee, there are so many great ones to discover. The British are revered for many things, but it’s their cakes that are truly something to celebrate. For...Show More Summary
This is awesome – an enterprising chap has built a replica of the Fawlty Towers hotel in LEGO form. Needs more peeling 1970’s era wallpaper. Artists who work with LEGOs are actually the best. If you don’t believe me, look no further than the incredible reproduction of the Fawlty Towers hotel here. Show More Summary
We’ve got three beautiful new designs this week over at Anglotees. First up is a new tribute to the London Underground by designer Kevin Scharr. The second design is a tribute to motoring in Britain. And finally in honor of Anglotopia’s 8th birthday this week, we’ve designed a new t-shirt for fans. Show More Summary
A Scotch Egg consists of a hardboiled egg, wrapped in a sausage meat mixture, coated in breadcrumbs, and deep-fried or baked. Scotch eggs are commonly eaten cold, typically with salad and pickles. The Scotch Egg originates fromShow More Summary
British expat Laurence Brown opens up about some of the Americanisms he has acquired since moving to the United States. The post Lost in the Pond: 10 Americanisms I’ve Picked Up While Living in the US – Video appeared first on Anglotopia.net.
We got FOUR designs up at Anglotees this week. First up is a new design from Malcolm Watson and it’s a cool old map of the British Isles. Next up is a swank new Dalek themed Doctor Who design. Third is a new design called My Heart Lives in London that features many London icons. Show More Summary
The word has come down from Director General of the BBC Tony Hall and Auntie Beeb has opted not renew Mr. Clarkson’s contract in light of him punching a producer. With the pledge by co-hosts James May and Richard Hammond not to filmShow More Summary
2015 may be the big year for music documentaries, especially with the HBO Kurt Cobain documentary “Montage of Heck” and Asif Kapedia’s film “Amy: The Girl Behind the Name.” While Montage of Heck seems to be excellent (I haven’t seenShow More Summary
With all the beautiful, exciting tourist attractions the UK has to offer, sometimes a day trip outside of the hustle and bustle can be just the thing to make your travel experience complete. But how does one go about finding things to...Show More Summary
War can be a powerful motivator for change. It can change the destiny of a nation, the culture of a people, or even a single family name. Since 1917, the Royal Family has used the name of Windsor rather than the name of Saxe-Coburg and...Show More Summary