June used to be the start of summer rerun season, but these days it’s another month of British TV premieres, from returning favorites to brand new series.
Prince Philip went from being a Greek Royal to a British Royal. Yet all was not glamorous. His life was fraught with traumas and dramas that nearly cost him his marriage to the Queen.
For comedy gold, look no further than to Detectorists, the BAFTA Award-winning series that returns next month to the States, nationally and locally, with its second series.
The 24th of March 2016 marks the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, and the landmark documentary, 1916: The Irish Rebellion, recounts the details of this history-making and history-changing event.
Midsomer Murders, one of the longest-running British detective series, returns to public TV stations next month with more murders and mysteries in its eleventh series.
Two of today’s most popular hit Brit mystery series — Death in Paradise and Father Brown — have each been recommissioned by BBC One for a new season. Hurrah!
Snobberies and pretensions and rivalries, oh my! That’s upper-middle-class life in a small English town, as presented in the bitingly funny miniseries, Mapp & Lucia.
Highclere Castle is world famous thanks to Downton Abbey. Other stately homes in the UK are less well-known, but six are so special, they are the stars of Britain’s Hidden Heritage.
The RAF Red Arrows: Inside the Bubble can be summed up in this line from the program: “Nine fast jets, six feet apart, going at about 400 miles an hour, can be a tense situation.”
People everywhere seem to have the same image of what an English Gentleman is, and in The English Gentleman: An Illustrated Guide, we learn why that is so and other fun facts.