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Consider This

Among the cast of characters on Downton Abbey, one character stands out. He is Thomas Barrow (played by Rob-James Collier), a conniving, ruthless member of the staff who will do and say nearly anything to achieve his own personal goals. 162 more words

World News

Say Goodbye to the Dowager Countess

Downton Abbey may be losing one of its most beloved characters. The Dowager Countess played by Maggie Smith may not be returning to Downton Abbey. There have been rumors that she will not be coming back but I am still holding out hope. 192 more words

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Live-action Beauty and the Beast gets [SPOILERS]

No ooooone’s as beautiful as Gaston…Nor as British as the Beast.

Tales as old as yesterday reported Disney filled not one but TWO major roles for the live-action… 144 more words

Upcoming Events/Movies

Downton: The Late Matthew Crawley is now the Beast

Downton fans,

As we eagerly await the doors reopening either later this year (Hello England) or next January here in the states the news keeps rolling in. 175 more words

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New season, new ideas!

Hello readers,

The countdown is on! This Sunday, we “spring forward” for Daylight Savings Time, which means we’re “adding” an hour of daylight – and this tells me that summer is on its way. 371 more words

Downton Abbey, Dressing for Dinner and Cruising

It should come as no surprise to anybody that I’m a fan of Downton Abbey. Granted it’s set in the Edwardian period and not Victorian like my books are, but the characters of the Earl and his wife, and more especially the dowager, are all crossovers from the Victorian era.  1,021 more words

Cruising

Downton Abbey style dramatics in British Politics

I’m a Radio 4 junkie – I admit it!  Daytime only tho’, when you work from home, you can indulge yourself – smile.

I manage to wean myself off it for evening tv viewing, when the pick is anything from Corrie (Coronation Street for the uninitiated) to the stunning music history programmes on – well its BBC 4 – not the BBC’s Radio 4! 719 more words

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