“Sanditon”, Jane Austen’s Unfinished Novel, Comes to PBS’s Masterpiece

Calling all Jane Austen fans!

Jane Austen’s last uncompleted novel, Sanditon, will be adapted to the small screen. This will be a joint production by ITV, Red Planet Pictures and Masterpiece by PBS.  Continue reading ““Sanditon”, Jane Austen’s Unfinished Novel, Comes to PBS’s Masterpiece”

10 Books to Read If You Like Victoria

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I am so excited that Masterpiece: Victoria returns for another season on PBS, this Sunday, January 14. I am in love with this show! It is such a great biographical adaptation that tells the beginning years of Queen Victoria’s reign. The show is not only entertaining and engrossing, but informative. It gives audiences a chance to learn more about this iconic monarch. Continue reading “10 Books to Read If You Like Victoria”

10 Books to Read If You Loved The Crown

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I just finished watching the second season of Netflix’s The Crown and I just can’t get enough of this show. If you are like me and need your royal fix until Season 3 is released, here are 10 fascinating reads that will keep you satisfied: Continue reading “10 Books to Read If You Loved The Crown”

BritBox…An Anglophile’s Dream Come True

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Not only am I a fan of British Literature, I am a huge fan of British TV shows. I always take the chance to watch (or rewatch) any shows that come from across the pond. That’s why I was ecstatic when I found about BritBox, a new streaming venture, created by the BBC and ITV, that consists of a large catalog of TV shows from these networks for US customers. For $6.99 a month, you’ll be able to watch classic episodes like Doctor Who and Fawlty Towers and modern/current episodes like EastEnders and Coronation Street. You will find hours of entertainment with this great streaming service!

And BritBox even has something for book lovers! Their video library consists of great TV shows that were adapted from books. Because honestly, who does a great literary adaptation, other than the British? Here are some great examples:

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