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House of the Day: Mansion from Downton Abbey Goes on Sale for $6.16M

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd love to see what you've got. All photos via Savills Location: Surrey,...

Dianna Agron & Maisie Williams Doll Up for BAFTA TV Awards

Dianna Agron and Maisie Williams hit the red carpet as they arrive at the 2015 British Academy Television Awards were held at the Theatre Royal on Sunday (May 10) in London, England. The ladies were joined by Downton Abbey‘s Sophie McShera and Hugh Bonneville, Dig‘s Jason Isaacs, Moone Boy‘s Chris O’Dowd, late-night host James Corden, [...]

Excellent Edwardian Novels You Can Read Right Now

Art and literature from the Edwardian era has often been overshadowed by its fruitful cousin, the Victorian era, but pop culture moments like the success of Downton Abbey have helped to inspire curiosity about this empowering and innovative period in history. Show More Summary

Victory for Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey won. The surprise triumph of Britain's Conservative Party was driven by English nationalism. Not British nationalism - English nationalism. St. George's Cross and all that. The election saw an English backlash against the...Show More Summary

Song Exploder: Taking Apart Downton Abbey’s Theme Music

On the latest episode of Song Exploder, composer John Lunn breaks down the Downton Abbey theme music. The post Song Exploder: Taking Apart Downton Abbey’s Theme Music appeared first on WIRED.

Song Exploder: Theme from “Downton Abbey” by John Lunn

Song Exploder is a podcast where musicians deconstruct their songs and tell the stories behind how they were made. In the past, it's explored tracks from RJD2 to My Morning Jacket and more. In the newest episode, musician, creator, and...Show More Summary

Video: What the Rolling Stones, LeBron James, and Downton Abbey Teach Us About Economics

2 months agoNews : Reason

The Economics of The Rolling Stones, LeBron James, and Downton Abbey is the latest video from Reason TV. Watch above or click on the link below for video, full text, supporting links, downloadable versions, and more Reason TV clips. View this article.

What the Rolling Stones, LeBron James, and Downton Abbey Teach Us About Economics

2 months agoNews : Reason

"In [1970s'] Great Britain, the top tax rate was 83 percent on income. If you made made an investment and you had any returns, it was going to be at 98 percent," says John Tamny of RealClearMarketsand Forbes. "As Keith Richards points out in his autobiography, that was the equivalent of being told to leave the country. Show More Summary

8 Lessons for the Church from Downton Abbey

Both Downton Abbey and the Church are capable -- reluctantly and imperfectly -- of learning and change. The post 8 Lessons for the Church from Downton Abbey appeared first on OnFaith.

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The 'Downton Abbey' Cast Attends Fancy Ball for a Good Cause

Hugh Bonneville and his on-screen wife Elizabeth McGovern pose together while attending the Downton Abbey Ball held at The Savoy Hotel on Thursday (April 30) in London, England. The duo was joined on the carpet by their co-stars Laura Carmichael, Sophie McShera, Jim Carter, Matt Barber, Lesley Nicol, Allen Leech, Samantha Bond, Phyllis Logan, and [...]

Fugs and Fabs: The Downton Abbey Ball

I am worried Michelle Dockery is down the Downton well. Can someone go check on her? Ooh, never mind. I just decided she and Matthew Goode have run off together. Yes, she’s engaged, and yes, he is in a long-running relationship and, SURE, it’s just their fictional selves I really want to get together. Leave Read More...

Why Maggie Smith Has To Die At The End of Downton Abbey - What should the final episode look like?

2 months agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

It appears the mutterings about Downton Abbey ending were rooted in truth: series six is likely to be the ITV costume drama’s last.

Is PBS' New Period Drama Mercy Street the Next Downton Abbey?

Has PBS found its next Downton Abbey? The net has officially cast its upcoming Civil War drama Mercy Street. How I Met Your Mother star Josh Radnor and The Returned's Mary Elizabeth Winstead will lead the star-studded cast. The six-part...Show More Summary

Iain Glen To Star In ‘Cleverman’, Drama Series From Wayne Blair, Goalpost & Pukeko

EXCLUSIVE: Production has just begun in Sydney on Cleverman, a six-part high-concept drama starring Game Of Thrones and Downton Abbey‘s Iain Glen. Wayne Blair, breakout helmer of Oz’s The Sapphires, is lead director, with Leah Purcell...Show More Summary

'Downton Abbey' creator Julian Fellowes takes on Trollope for TV

2 months agoHealth : Booster Shots

Julian Fellowes, the British novelist best known for creating the television sensation "Dowton Abbey," is turning next to Anthony Trollope.

Downton Abbey Creator Has A New Period Drama In The Works With ITV

If you aren?t up on your Victorian era novels, Doctor Thorne follows the pre-marital affair between a young woman named Mary Scatcherd and a young man named Henry Thorne. An illegitmate baby results, and that child suffers through several trials and tribulations upon reaching a marriageable age.Click To Continue Reading

Julian Fellowes To Adopt Trollope Novel For TV

Julian Fellowes, creator of "Downton Abbey," is adapting a 19th-century British novel for TV.

Downton Abbey Creator Julian Fellowes adapting Anthony Trollope novel for TV – BBC News

Big news for Downton Abbey fans. Now that the show is ending after the next season, the creator Julian Fellowes can move to to other projects. The first will be a new Gilded Age drama set in the USA and now he’s also taking on Trollope. Show More Summary

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