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The Kingdom of British Delights
 

British and likable? Computer says no. But I say yes. Immediately my brain generates a list of names:  Kate W...

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Powell & Pressburger: The Best of British
 

On 17th February 2014, a new English Heritage Blue Plaque was unveiled on a 1930s block in Baker Street, Londo...

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The Best British Cinema
 

In an age of impersonal identical multiplexes that are the same the world over, it’s a treat to find Bri...

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The Rise of the Documentary
 

By Lucinda Holt It seems there is a documentary to suit everyone nowadays. They used to be seen as stuffy and ...

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