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Who better to decide the best British TV show than a couple of Yanks? This one's gonna be big.
7 Dec 2013
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Simon Cowell admits that he was overwhelmed when he first heard the news that he was going to be a father.
9 Sep 2013
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Kim Kardashian is apparently hooked on British TV show Absolutely Fabulous and has been watching it during baby North's feeds.
26 Jul 2013
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Product Link:*******www.plusbuyer****/the-singularity-led-watch-red-and-yellow-p-1897.html TIZ-G86 Highlights... Red and Yellow LED's Time and Date function Vertical columns for hours display in binary code Horizontal row for minutes display in binary code Normally sells for around USD200! Introducing The Singularity, a red and yellow LED dress watch from the future which manifests infinite coolness by rewriting the rules of how temporal data (time) should be displayed. You mean this watch really tells the time? Yes. Even though The Singularity symbolizes Feynmanian style and boldly go design with its vector red and yellow LEDs encased in reflective onyx hues (like Starship Troopers going Defcon One on The Bugs!), this Japanese LED watch does in fact tell the time and does so really efficiently too! Tap the display button on the right side of the timepiece and watch the screen light up. In Time mode, the vertical column represents hour information in binary code. The horizontal row represents minute information also in binary code. In Date mode, the vertical column represents the month, and the horizontal row represents the day of the month, in binary code. You decide whether you want the watch to display the time randomly (every 10 minutes or so) or only show the time when you tap the button. How's that for c as in e=mc squared coolness? In fact, when you start wearing this watch you may find yourself spending all your time writing strange mathematical equations across black boards. Yes, The Singularity LED Watch has been known to increase its wearers' IQ by a googol order or two. Archimedes and Sir Isaac Newton were said to have each owned one and Marie Curie, winner of not one but two Nobel Prizes loved her Singularity watch dearly. In reality, this watch is perfect for aXXo, fans of the Torchwood British TV series, fans of the JPOP supergroup Perfume, The Twitterati, The Illuminati, or anybody who is a somebody. Just google "Japanese LED Watch" to see how much these timepieces sell for online. Notice how they normally retail for close to 10x the price we're selling them for. Even if you don't intend on buying one for yourself, stock your online store with these headturning watches to lock in some amazing profits! Brought to you by the leader in direct from China wholesale electronics - plusbuyer.
6 Mar 2013
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31 year old English star Tom Hiddleston, a trained actor at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, rose to prominence through British TV roles in the early noughties. Tom's performances in Kenneth Branagh's 'Thor', Woody Allen's 'Midnight In Paris' and Steven Spielberg's 'War Horse' has put him firmly on the map. For Tom, working with Spielberg was a fantastic but surreal experience.
11 Jul 2012
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Is Downton Abbey yet another BBC show that is better than anything Hollywood could make?
11 Jan 2012
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Dannii Minogue is set to make a return to British TV as a judge on Britain's Got Talent.
28 Nov 2011
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Four Minutes starring Jamie Maclachlan Christopher Plummer Shaun Smyth Amy Rutherford Drew Carnwath Sir Roger Bannister's historic running of the sub-four-minute mile is celebrated in Four Minutes, an inspiring and respectably authentic TV movie about breaking the most famous barrier in the history of sports. Although it was primarily filmed on locations near Toronto, Canada, this classy ESPN production effectively captures the melancholy mood of post-World War II England, which desperately needed a hero to lift the country out of its post-war depression. Stubbornly resistant to training, Bannister was a devoted Oxford medical student with only passing interest in athletics, but his surprising speed set the stage for his record-setting one-mile run (officially recorded as 3:59.4) at Oxford's modest Iffley Road track on the rainy and windy afternoon of May 6, 1954. As written by renowned sportswriter Frank Deford (based on his article "Hillary and Bannister") and directed by British TV veteran Charles Beeson, this handsome-looking film makes the most of its limited budget, and newcomer Jamie Maclachlan (a dead ringer for the real Bannister circa 1954) is perfectly cast, physically convincing as a world-class runner while effortlessly conveying Bannister's intelligent, congenial charm. Deford's teleplay is dryly conventional, with perfunctory parallels to Sir Edmund Hillary's 1953 conquest of Mount Everest (another inspirational British milestone), a fictional composite role for Christopher Plummer (doing fine work as Bannister's disabled coach) and a standard love interest (nicely played by Amy Rutherford, as the future Mrs. Bannister) for a touch of trackside romance. Comparisons to Chariots of Fire are unavoidable, but Four Minutes can stand on its own, ensuring that Bannister's remarkable achievement will never be forgotten.
22 Sep 2011
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Does Luther prove UK TV outshines the US?
16 Aug 2011
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Think all the William and Kate wedding coverage is a royal pain? Metacafe TV breaks through the clutter to give you alternative British programming: TV remakes. The list is nearly as long as the distance between our countries, so we're highlighting some of the best: - The Office - Being Human - Shameless - Skins - Pop Idol / American Idol - Steptoe and Son / Sanford and Son - Till Death Do Us Part / All in the Family
30 Apr 2011
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"Venus" (TV program (?) - Live in Bilzen - British TV, 1970)
14 Aug 2010
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This wonderful 2 Bedroom Townhouse with lots of Extras is for Sale in La Florida, Orihuela Costa,Spain. The House is just a 2 minute walk to the local supermarket and there is full parking to the front. There are also some local bars and restaurants within a 5 minute walk. This luxury 2 bedroomed house boasts lots of extras. New designer kitchen with ceramic hob, dishwasher and specifically designed cupboards, glass curtained sun room at the rear, large patios both front and back. Front garden tiled, with seating for 4 and new awning. Monitored Alarm. Large lounge , office/ studio room with ADSL, downstairs toilet. The house is being sold fully furnished. Upstairs there are two bedrooms ( one twin, one double ) plus a large family bathroom. The master bedroom has a small balcony to the front and the 2nd bedroom has a large balcony to the rear overlooking the communal pool. The master bedroom is equipped with air con. The large roof garden / solarium is on the third floor and is the perfect place to catch the sun and to have family barbeques. The house is just 10 yards from the communal pool and the rear of the house overlooks a beautifully laid out communal garden. The Community fees are very reasonable at merely €240 per year! This covers the maintenance of the pool as well as the gardens and the lights. The house is equipped with British TV , telephone and broadband and the electricity has been upgraded. The running costs are low with a Community Charge of only €240 per year. Price €99.000 for further information view our property channel *******www.blabba.info/laflorida or contact owner direct Finora Lally by email lallymcdaidgmail**** or call 0034965325859
24 Jul 2010
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