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ben moor
MAR 4, 2015
Q&A with
Ben Moor

Writer and actor Ben Moor talks writing process, science, and the future!
anglonerd magazine  
Anglonerd magazine is America's geekiest guide to British entertainment. Here you will find which British and Irish comics are touring the U.S., where to get those hard to find British TV shows Stateside, and when in the world is the next episode of Doctor Who on, anyway? Plus, pop science from the U.K., travel lessons from geniuses and idiots abroad, exclusive interviews, and recommendations.

                          Jaime Pond, editor 

dr chiara mingarelli
MAR 24, 2016
paterson joseph
APRIL 23, 2016
How to Explain Black Holes to Children
From books and websites for kids to TV shows and web video for adults, who has the best advice for explaining big concepts to tiny minds?

bridget christie
April 18, 2016
chris addison
April 11, 2016

A Book for Her

One fart in a bookshop leads Bridget Christie to embrace feminism in comedy.

  7 Things You Didn't Know About Chris Addison

From sweaty cheeses to getting short-listed as the next Doctor.

sally phillips
April 13, 2016
  sean lock
APR 8, 2016
  mad dogs us
APR 6, 2016
Top 10 Cluub Zarathustra Events

From Sally Phillips drawing on the audience with lipstick to Simon Munnery's Self Knowledge Impregnator


In his 2010 standup DVD, Sean Lock invents an interactive game of BINGO with audience seat numbers. 
  Mad Dogs U.K. vs
Mad Dogs U.S.

Anglonerd is the first to admit that both the original and American remake of Cris Cole's dark comedy drama are equally good, but what are the big differences?

josie long, romance and adventure
APRIL 25, 2016
  wooden overcoats
MAR 16, 2016
  cern podcast
APRIL 20, 2016
Romance and Adventure

Josie Long breaks up with London and moves to Glasgow only to discover that she has nowhere to live.

  Wooden Overcoats  

Father Ted meets Death at a Funeral narrated by a mouse and entering your ears.

  CERN Podcast

In 2008, Professor Brian Cox hosted a podcast, introducing famous people to the LHC in order to bring a greater awareness to the project. Guests include John Barrowman, Chris Morris, and Simon Munnery.
ben moor
MAR 2, 2016
MAR 11, 2016 
 See Also
Each of Us by Ben Moor  

Anglonerd's #1 best book read in 2015

In this comedic novella, the narrative gene, a piece of biological sequence that harbors the human soul, has just been discovered.

  Gef by We Are Goose 

1930s rural legend the Dalby Spook, a.k.a. Gef the Talking Mongoose, is immortalized in these lyrics by comedic music band We Are Goose.


stewart lee
MAR 25, 2016
Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle Season 3 

Season 3 of this high-brow hybrid standup/sketch show is now on Hulu.

jimmy carr
MAR 28, 2016
Funny Business
Mainstream British comic Jimmy Carr comes to the U.S. with his latest standup show, also now available on Netflix.
noel fielding
MAR 21, 2016
An Evening with Noel Fielding 

Guest writer ZiZi reviews The Mighty Boosh's Noel Fielding live in New York City.
peter capaldi
MAR 29, 2016
  cumberbatch as islington
APR 4, 2016
  richard herring
APR 1, 2016
9 Ways Doctor Who's Heaven Sent Was Vincenzo Natali's Cube   A Geek's Guide to Islington

From Hotblack Desiato to Benedict Cumberbatch as Angel Islington.
  Richard Herring's Guide to the Future  

The weirdest crowd funding method you've seen yet. And it worked! Richard Herring's web sketch show AIOTM will be revived, thanks to generous fans.

joel fry
MAR 7, 2016
  jessica hynes
MAR 14, 2016
  sam leifer
MAR 9, 2016

A laddish sitcom about friendship, sex, and the search for Ancient Rome.
  Twenty Twelve 

The sitcom telling the hopefully fictional shambles of the London Olympics celebrates its fifth birthday.
  Q&A with Sam Leifer 

Plebs creator gives on-set anecdotes, discusses the real Ancient Rome and sacrificing everything for the joke.


Celebrate Fawlty Towers' 40th with These Ersatz Instagram Selfies

The A.V. Club

"Another blog by an American (honestly, do us Brits write any of our own TV blogs?), but this time without the infectious, and adorable, enthusiasm. Instead, Anglonerd offers a variety of insights into the bits of British TV that most Americans won’t have heard of, with a bit of a focus on comedy. If you want your British TV knowledge to go further than Doctor Who and Downton Abbey, then Anglonerd is for you, with great write ups of comedians’ and actors’ careers, illustrations of panel comedy shows, and the odd reviews and features."

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