Chartwell, Kent The Study at Chartwell, Kent – the family home of Sir Winston Churchill. ©National Trust Images/James Dobson
ViacomCBS broadcaster Channel 5 has confirmed that period veterinary drama All Creatures Great And Small will return for a second season.
US viewers will finally be able to watch The Trial of Christine Keeler next month.
The former Bayswater shopping centre, Whiteleys, is being transformed into a brand new luxury retail, dining and hotel complex.
Have fond memories of the ‘old’ Whiteleys shopping centre in the early 2000s. Bought a lot of books from the bookshop there and it’s where I discovered Muji. I miss it already. Oh well.
London is a city of constant change.
“If anyone can blast away the sheer rubbishness of 2020, it’s Captain Jack,” says showrunner Chris Chibnall.
Christmas might look different this year, but nothing can stop London from decking its proverbial halls. Here are the city’s best displays, in pictures.
Miss it this year so much. 🙁
Sky have announced their plans to release delayed British period drama movie To Olivia. Originally titled An Unquiet Life, the movie stars Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey) as novelist Roald Dahl and Keeley Hawes (The Durrells) as his American actress wife Patricia Neal.
It’s absolutely pouring at Knebworth House, but Martha Lytton Cobbold is not deterred. Umbrella up and wellies on, she’s ready for our pandemic-friendly stomp around the gardens.If you’ve been
This was the London of the second world war — and a virtual exhibition from TfL has the pictures to tell these remarkable stories.
We’ve got some brand new photos from Sky’s new TV movie about a young Roald
Event will take place over Zoom on November 29 and will be hosted by Kenneth Branagh.
The event is being put on to aid UK workers who have struggled during the pandemic. Tickets cost £45 and are limited. Proceeds are going to Acting for Others, of which Dench is president, which provides financial and emotional support for professionals in the theater biz.
Exciting news this morning, from US Tolkien publishers Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: a previously unseen collection of Tolkien’s writings about Middle-earth will be published June 2021. HereR…
The fourth season of The Crown stretches from May 1979, when Margaret Thatcher is elected Britain’s first female prime minister, to Christmas 1990, shortly after she has been drummed out of office
Dawn French will reprise her role as vicar Geraldine Grainger for three special lockdown shows.
With formal events and travel canceled, the tradition-bound tailors are gently embracing technology — and finding leverage on their landlords.
In these grey cold days, I get a powerful urge to seek refuge in a cosy corner of an old snug and settle down for the rest of the day. Since all the pubs are shut, I must take consolation in this selection of attractive options from the popular magazine Wonderful London edited by St John Adcock and produced by The Fleetway House in the nineteen-twenties.
I miss London so much.
Our top ‘postbox’ walks take visitors to the most beautiful sections of St Helena’s coastline, and showcase the best of the island’s scenery.
Over 40 beloved British movies are free to watch on Google Maps, if you can find them. The Google Maps movies include Shaun of the Dead, Skyfall, and more.
.Steve Coogan and Philomena co-writer Jeff Pope have written The Lost King, a movie about the unlikely real-life discovery of King Richard III’s remains.
This is very good! And fascinating!
A look at how the British Airways network has fared this autumn, based on Flightradar24 data from September and October. What effect will lockdown have?
The 1950s see post-war economic growth. Queen Elizabeth II is coronated in 1953 – it’s broadcast live across the kingdom, making home television sets
Rich in history, the Grade II-listed building near York has been unused for decades
Although they were taken only thirty years ago, these photographs by Mark Jackson & Huw Davies preserved in the archive at Bishopsgate Institute, seem now to be images from the eternal night of history – with fleeting figures endlessly running, fetching and carrying, pushing barrows from the flaring lights out into the velvet blackness, where a bonfire burns beneath the great tower of Christ Church, Spitalfields, looming overhead.
Sally Sparrow’s fate could have been quite different.