February 2016. A shorter month days-wise, and one with fewer than ten British TV titles premiering in the US. However, those that debut this month make for some great viewing.
Eric Clapton, CBE, turned 70 years young in March, and you can celebrate his birthday with Slowhand himself when the film Eric Clapton: Live at the Royal Albert Hall – Slowhand at 70 arrives in cinemas in the UK, the
The 2015 Fall TV Season kicks off this month with some of the most highly-anticipated British TV programs of the year. The ones in the title of this post, for a start.
Talk about must-see TV. The Brokenwood Mysteries is one of those shows that you love to love. And binge-watch. More than once. In a word, this treat of a crime drama from New Zealand is awesome. And it’s now streaming
In this final part of our year-end series, we look at our favorites amongst the shows that debuted in the UK over this past year, programs we hope will one day screen in the US.
With the unofficial start of summer comes news that the chart-topping English-Irish boy band, One Direction, could be headed from the concert stage to the small screen in their own television series.
One week ago this evening, I was rockin’ out at the Paul McCartney “Out There” concert. Sir Paul was in fine form, performing solo, Wings, and Beatles hits and regaling fans with some very cool stories during his three-hour show
A detour from British TV to British rock ‘n roll today… I went to The Who “Quadrophenia and More” concert last night, and it was bloody brilliant.
UPDATE: NBC will live stream the Olympics Closing Ceremony. Details below. In just a couple of days, the London 2012 Summer Olympics will come to a close. (Sigh.) The games have been great, and I’d like to acknowledge all of
Theme music. It lets you know a show is starting and sets the tone of the program. And it can do more, such as affect the listener in ways beyond entertainment.