And now for something completely different. It's 1969, love and social criticism are in the air. Throw together five well-educated Britons and one American (that makes six cross-dressed men all together), add a dead parrot and a wicked sense of the absurd, and "Monty Python's Flying Circus" is born.
In 1994 Dennis Potter knew he was going to die. The writer of such television theater masterpieces as "The Singing Detective" and "Pennies from Heaven" had just been diagnosed with untreatable cancer of the liver and pancreas. In a strange move, he agreed to talk with the BBC about his life and immin
Imagine a creature who takes fashion tips from your neighborhood door-to-door salesman, a creature whose haircut looks like a tight-fitting motorcycle helmet, a creature with a tongue that is neither cute nor erotic but periodically slips out of a pair of rosy, swollen lips. This creature has a balle
Imagine the horror that ensued when Graham Norton called Racquel Welch a "grumpy old bitch" to her face, or when Judith Chalmers shamelessly revealed that she wasn't wearing panties on "Wish You Were Here." These and other priceless moments provoke thousands of English fans to tune in to Norton's bri