There are few things more distinctively British than Doctor Who and Blur. Inspired by an idea from his 9-year-old son, DJ Phil B combined the Doctor Who theme with Blur’s Parklife, and tossed in a little of The Timelords/The KLF’s Doctorin’ the TARDIS. Like the TARDIS itself, this mashup is bigger on the inside.
There’s nothing funny about in-flight safety. Except for the in-flight safety spoof Ryan Reynolds made for British Airways, now serving Aviation American Gin. “I’ve tried every gin on the planet, and it is, hands down, the best,” says Reynolds. “Also, I don’t recommend trying every gin on the planet; just stick with this one.”
What did people do to share memes before the Internet? Heck, go back further to a time when the main method of broadcast communication was radio. Comedian Alasdair Beckett-King envisions what it might have been like if the BBC had to describe memes over the airwaves back in the 1940s.
(PG-13: Language) From Stringer Bell to Rick Grimes to Dr. House, so many American character roles are going to British actors (and the occasional Aussie) these days. Key & Peele’s hilarious sketch pokes fun at this Hollywood casting phenomenon, which we refer to as “Britwashing.”
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, British automaker Bristol has been brought back to life by new owners, and is starting with this sublime and elegant 2-seater. It’s crafted from carbon fiber, weighs just 2400lb, and has a 4.8L BMW V8 that launches the car to 62 mph in just 3.8s.