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Watch TV Like a Brit: BAFTA Winners You Can Stream

On Sunday evening the UK television industry honored their own at the Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards. Broadcast on BBC One, the BAFTA ceremony was held at the Royal Festival Hall in London and was hosted by former Great British Bake Off  (or Great British Baking Show to us Americans) presenter Sue Perkins. The complete list of winners, featuring access to all the acceptance speeches, can be found here

Considering American viewers may not be familiar with many of these programs, it seemed more appropriate to highlight those we can access rather than post the entire list of winners. Fortunately, with the creation of new streaming platforms and a proliferation of American partnerships with UK broadcasters, availability of British content in the US continues to grow every year. And I for one couldn’t be more pleased.

And now on to the winners…

The Tenth Doctor and an adorable kitten, courtesy of Tennant's time on "Doctor Who". (Photo: BBC)

David Tennant Narrates Soothing Anti-Stress Videos for Pets

Bonfire Night is almost upon us - that annual UK tradition which involves fireworks, general merrymaking and, yes, bonfires, all in celebration of that time that a 17th century plotter named Guy Fawkes tried to blow up Parliament and failed. As the description implies, the evening is filled with some fairly loud celebrations, all of which can terrify our beloved four-legged friends who have no idea what's going on. 

Luckily, the Doctor is here to help. 

Miss Fisher Personality Quiz Result: You are Phryne Fisher

Take Our ‘Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries’ Personality Quiz!

The third season of popular drama Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries arrived in America this Fall courtesy of local public television stations all over the country and Netflix’s popular streaming service.

To the surprise of no one, Season 3 is full of all the things that fans of the show already love: witty banter, thoughtful mysteries, compelling relationships and – of course – gorgeous fashions.

So to celebrate the show that’s become a mega popular topic on the blog over the past year – seriously, this post is still going and Season 3 is actually airing now – we made a brand new character quiz that’s mean to determine your alter ego from 1920s Melbourne.

Are you more of a Phryne or a Jack? Or maybe a Dot or a Hugh? 

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