The United Kingdom has produced some of the world’s best literature from children’s books to novels, so it should be no surprise that some of the greatest Christmas stories have come from Britain. Some of the UK’s Christmas storiesShow More Summary
When I was heading for my 750th column, I was hoping to watch one of two British films and take it on. Unfortunately, this one was not yet in theatres, so I had to make do with Murder on the Orient Express. Fortunately, it seems Focus...Show More Summary
It might be absolutely freezing but the rooftop parties keep coming.
Marcus Brigstocke sucks the razzle dazzle out of everything that surrounds him.
Which bit of the Overground is getting the 24 hour service?
The trains even had toilets.
Based on the true story of a KGB double agent.
Prefer any of these to the real thing?
Get your shellfish fix.
One word: cool.
Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in Issue #4 of the Anglotopia Magazine in 2016. Don’t miss out on great writing about British travel and culture by subscribing to the Anglotopia magazine and supporting Anglotopia’s efforts to celebrate all things British. Show More Summary
A floating Christmas market, late night jazz and an ABBA exhibition.
I am legitimately surprised that I haven’t brought up BRIAN BLESSED in these 755 columns I’ve written for Anglotopia. The man is a legend, but before I get to that, I should probably get to this: This was made for his Christmas special...Show More Summary
Bernard Shaw at his most eccentric and whimsical.
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Far below, hides another universe.
Now, many of the toilet charges have been dropped.
Warning: sparkles incoming.
We're a bit befuddled by this one.