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Channel Guide MagazineThe Academy Awards are coming up fast, but for movie fans who want to start the party early, On Demand is offering an insider's look at what goes into the making of award-winning films. Free On Demand “featurettes” delve into the motivations,...
North Londoners are furious over a missing Banksy mural that was torn off a building in the Wood Green neighborhood of the city and has since resurfaced online at Fine Art Auctions Miami. The high-profile mural features a young boy on his knees,...
Tags: BBC, Arts and Culture, Theft, Arts, Auction Service
North Londoners are furious over a missing Banksy mural that was torn off a building in the Wood Green neighborhood of the city and has since resurfaced online at Fine Art Auctions Miami. The high-profile mural by the mysterious street artist, no...
Tags: Art Basel, BBC, Arts and Culture, Arts, Auction Service
Britain's three major political parties have agreed on a new system of regulating newspapers in the aftermath of shocking invasions of privacy by some tabloid journalists. In this case, unanimity doesn't equal wisdom. The London-based Index on...
JeromeEpilepsy. What is the first word you think of? Most people imagine someone foaming at the mouth, falling on the floor, and shaking all over. A full on seizure. However, that is not quite true. In many cases, epilepsy is an invisible illness that goes...
After Sir Edmund Hillary's historic ascent of Mt. Everest, everyone knew Hillary's name. Far fewer knew about his indispensable partner, George Lowe. Hillary and his friend Lowe were the only two New Zealanders on the 1953 expedition to the top of the...
Tags: Nepal, United Kingdom, New Zealand, England, Entertainment
The former Kate Middleton stepped out with Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday to celebrate 150 years of London's Underground trains at the Baker Street Station. And the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge received a "baby on board" pin to boot. The Queen's...
LONDON – Just five months after she was shot in the head by the Taliban in Pakistan’s Swat Valley, apparently for defying a ban on girls' education, Malala Yousafzai returned to school, this time in the safer confines of central England....
Tags: BBC, Hospitals and Clinics, Pakistan, Taliban, Shootings
ReutersVANCOUVER (Reuters) - With its mild temperatures, not too hot in summer or too cold in winter, and its location on Canada's Pacific Coast, Vancouver wins accolades annually as one of the world's most livable cities. Reuters correspondents with local...
Watching Patrick Stewart re-enact his greatest onstage goof-up is a comedy show in itself. He cringes as he relates the time he fell asleep onstage during a performance of 'King Lear': "One Saturday afternoon, I kind of drifted off …," he...
Ed Sheeran had plenty to be proud of Sunday night at the Grammy Awards, where the English singer-songwriter's "The A Team" was nominated for song of the year. Not only that, but Sheeran performed the tune — a sympathetic ballad about a troubled...
Tags: Awards and Prizes, Music, England, LEGO Group, Eminem
First, Apple's Jonny Ive, the man credited with being the design genius behind the company's products, got a knighthood. That's Sir Jonny Ive, thank you very much. Now the British designer has received another honor from his home country: a Blue...
Tags: BBC, Apple MacBook Pro, J.K. Rowling , Apple iPod, Apple iPad
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