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In every issue:
• News
• Diary Dates
• Coffee Break fun page
• Eating out
• Reviews of the latest shows
• American Sports
• The A-List (American Products & Services Directory)
• Our Exclusive US Social Groups Directory


The American MARCH-APRIL 2017
• COMPETITIONS: Tickets to Battle Proms and Elmer Bernstein at the Royal Albert Hall
• US SOCIAL SECURITY: A warning
• INVESTMENT: UK securities for US citizens
• FINANCE: Investing in change
• PENSIONS: Returning to the States?
• TAX: 3 big mistakes to avoid
• HEALTH: Dentistry - why go private in the UK
• FEATURE: "The first time I met Liz Taylor..."
• FEATURE: My Expat Life
• FEATURE: Miss Patricia on expat funerals
• INTERVIEW: An American in Paris stars Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope
• MUSIC: Jesse & Joy interview INTERVIEW: Lindsey Ferrentino
• THEATER: Lindsey Ferrentino interview
• POLITICS: The new Crucible
• AMERICAN SPORTS:
• MLB, Cubs Beat Goat Curse – Drought Ends!
• New Sports Mega-Stadia

The American JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2017
• COMPETITIONS: Tickets to two great plays – This House and The Sorrows of Satan
• FEATURE: What the Trump Presidency could mean for Americans overseas
• INTERVIEW: Suzi Quatro
• NEWS: Urgent info from the US Embassy
• EDUCATION: Applying to US colleges
• TAX: Filing early, a good idea for you?
• FINANCE: A new year checklist to help you take control of your finances
• GIVING: A charitable strategy for expats
• HEALTH: Going private in the UK
• RELOCATING: A post US election guide for Americans moving to Britainces
• TRAVEL: Extraordinary Ireland
• HERITAGE: Shakespeare's home town expats
• POLITICS: The election – the aftermath
• AMERICAN SPORTS:
• MLB, Cubs Beat Goat Curse – Drought Ends!
• New Sports Mega-Stadia

The American NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2016
• Thanksgiving &Holidays eating out
• Tips for New Expats
• Charitable Giving
• PROPERTY: Apple are moving to Nine Elms
• HUMOR: Miss Patricia’s Miss Adventure
• HERITAGE: Rebuilding Parliament
• 21st Century Flying
• Amy Madigan interview
• Walter Trout interview
• Odaline de la Martinez interview
American Sports:
• NFL London
• Ryder Cup
• NHL
• NBA & NCAA Hoops
• Vic Scully

The American SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2016
• Brexit for Yanks
• UK Visas for Americans
• Identity: protect your vital records while you're living overseas
• FX Rates
• Inheritance Tax
• International Schools in the UK
• Different Admissions to US Colleges
• Humor: Wanna write a hit TV show? Get deported!
• Miss Patricia's column
• My Expat Life: Prairie Fire's Kansas City BBQ guru
• Bob Harris' Nashville Roots
Politics:
• Blair & Chilcot
• Sovereignty
• Trump, Clinton ...and Chickpeas?!
American Sports:
• NFL International in London
• NFL Preview
• NCAA Football Preview
• Golf: Summer's Major Losers
The American JULY-AUGUST 2016
• Plan your July 4th
• Edinburgh Fringe, the US acts
• Essential finance and property information for Americans
Competitions: Summer Jazz; Blues Kitchen
• Travel:
• Stately Homes
• Corfu Getaway
• My Expat Life Interviews
American Sports:
• Shooting
• NFL Offseason
• Nic Roldan, US Polo Captain
• US Rugby Olympics
• Golf
• US EPL Owners

The American MAY-JUNE 2016
• Americans deported: are you at risk?
• Vote! Don't miss your ballot
Competitions: Tickets to Royal Ascot, Neil Young, Daughtry & Bill Clinton Hercules!
Finance: All the advice you need
• The Queen at 90
Politics: Americans for Brexit, GOP; Contested Convention; New Populism
• Vernon Hill's Metro Bank loves Americans
• Property: London's mini-Manhattan
• My Expat Life
• Miss Patricia gets Stitched Up
• Scilly, Britain's Secret Getaway
• All Their Minds In Tandem author speaks
• Interviews: Kirstin Chávez, Chris Peluso, Neil Koenigsberg
American Sports:
• NFL UK Games
• NHL Playoffs
• MLB Season Preview
• Whither Spieth?

The American MARCH-APRIL 2016
• US Election: What's really going on; Bernie Sanders campaign in London; Democrat candidate's expat policies
• New bank account for US Expats
• 8 page Finance Advice Section
• Ben Franklin in London
• Jane Austen reimagined
• Mr Speaker Speaks
• Motown The Musical's Charles Randolph-Wright
• Tracy 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' Chevalier on expat life and her new book
American Sports:
• NFL Honors, Signings & Coaches
• Rams move to LA
• PLUS Competitions for top tickets

The American JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2016
• Global Entry – Expedited US Immigration Clearance for Americans and Brits
• UK Mortages for US citizens
• Competition: Albert Hall Tickets
• Non-US Funds & ISAs
• Mythbusting American Expats
• Learning to Speak American - a Brit Heads West
• Burgh Island, Agatha Christie’s Hideaway
• Magica Italia
• On Yer Bikes with Miss Patricia
• The American Way Is Essex
• Fabiano: Trad Tenor for the Modern Age
• Politics: The Generation Game
American Sports:
• NCAA Bowl Season,
• Super Bowl 50
• Golf Guide
• Sideline: Commissioner Goodell

The American NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2015
• 4 FESTIVE COMPETITIONS!
• New Migration Rules To Affect Americans
• ACA Town Hall Meeting
• Parliament's Suffragette Story
• Travel: Celebrate the Stopover
• London to Brighton Veteran Car Run
• Finance: Living in Britain Long Term
• Finance: Year End Tax Planning
• Finance: Wine Investments
• Returning Home from Abroad
• Miss Patricia Muses on ... The NHS
• Food: Vincent Price’s Thanksgiving Turkey
• Profile: Spinal Injuries Association
• Politics: The Rehabilitation of Red
American Sports:
• Does Golf have a Football problem?
• NFL International Games at Wembley
• NHL Season Preview

The American SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2015
• News: American Heroes Stop Train Terror
• COMPETITION: Be the US Flag Bearer
• Finance: Bi-national couples
• Finance: US Social Security for expats
• Early Schooling: Options for US families
• Early Schooling: The right foundation
• Health: Breast Screening - Why?
• Profile: Alex Goldberg, a US voice on UK TV
• Travel: A North Wales Retreat
• Food, Drink & Music: Dr BBQ at Grillstock
• Recipe: BBQ Apricot Baby Back Ribs
• Interview: Janet Johnson, American artist
• Interview: Harvey Fierstein, Kinky Boots
American Sports:
• US Wheelchair Rugby
• NFL International: Wembley Calling
• NFL Season Preview
• NCAA Football Preview
• Golf

The American AUGUST 2015
• Edinburgh Fringe, the American acts
• Houses of Parliament family audio tour
• Wroxton Abbey, a Slice of America Here
• Finance: Arranging your expat pensions
• Miss Patricia visits Althorp
• The Glorious Twelfth, Game Shooting UK
• London to Brighton - the Veteran Car Run
• Derek Trucks - slide genius interviewed
• Harry Shearer on the legacy of Hurricane Katrina, 10 Years On
American Sports:
• Sports News
• Mascots and Cheerleaders
• Golf: the legacy of Chambers Bay
• USA Rugby, the World Cup is nigh

The American JULY 2015
• Magna Carta 800 at Runnymede
• Offer: free Dunkin' Donuts
• Out and About: Play (or watch) Polo
• Smart Living in the UK: Bringing money from the USA
• Are you an American? The tax implications
• The pitfalls of foreign exchange
• Education: SAT vs. ACT
• Moving to Surrey
• The Importance of Cultural Agility
• Offer: Weengs Stress-Free Shipping
• Candi Staton Interviewed
• Aftershock: UK post-election
• Is the Special Relationship Over?
American Sports:
• UK Soccer in the USA
• Golf Perfection
• America’s Cup
• Classic Sailing

The American JUNE 2015
• Historic Spitfire auctioned for charity
• COMPETITION Magna Carta Exhibition
• Celebrate Liberty with LiberTeas
• Lusitania: centenary of the disaster
• Travel and the Tanager
• Strangers in a strange land – expat advice
• Half and Half: the pros of cultural dualism
• London Coffee: better than American?
• Paul Brady, the songwriter's songwriter
• Dustbowl Masterpieces UK debut
• Kyle Riabko Reimagining Bacharach
American Sports:
• NFL Draft Review
• NFL Free Agency
• Matchplay, the truest form of golf?
• Formula-E hits London

The American MAY 2015
• FINANCE SPECIAL:
• Expat tax deadline approaches
• Tax forms and filing deadlines
• Working for a US company in the UK
• How the Budget affects expats
• Magna Carta Trail: Salisbury & The South West
• Election UK-style
• Golf Courses With History
• Re-enchanted: enjoy Britain out-of-town
• Jim Dale in London: interview
• 3 MUSIC COMPETITIONS
• The Man Who (Nearly) Abducted George III
• Miss Patricia, our wicked columnist
• UK Election: what the numbers say, by Sir Robert Worcester
American Sports:
• Spieth Marks: the Masters
• NHL Playoff Preview
• NFL Free Agency

The American APRIL 2015
• Magna Carta Trail: from London to Windsor
• How to Run the London Marathon
• Live at Leeds: The Ambassador's New Favorite Town
• Child Relocation – What You Must Know
• Choosing Your New Dentist In Britain
• UK Property Purchase and Loans
• Rethinking the Underground Railroad
• The Man Who (Nearly) Abducted George III
• Interview: Michael Urie, Ugly Betty Star, in London
• Ryan Bingham Talks About Music and Tragedy
• Ready for Hillary? Review by Sir Robert Worcester
American Sports:
• MLB Preview: Baseball's Back
• NHL Trade Deadline: Fizzle over Flash
• Tiger, Tiger – Woods' worries
• America's Cup: the Solent gets Crowded
• Hass F1 – American Team Latest

The American MARCH 2015
• Magna Carta new copy unearthed
• Wandsworth, home of the new US Embassy
• Advice: Moved to the UK? Now what?
• Wilde in America: Oscar invents Celeb Culture
• Investing in Art
• Through the Palace Keyhole
• Art: The Mysterious Mr Chambers
• Mr Turner at Petworth House
• Interview: Katie Brayben is Carole King
• Back to the Future with Hillary Clinton
American Sports:
• NFL Honors: on the MVP red carpet
• TNA Stars Bobby Lashley and Grado
• Is Golf Dying? Let’s Hope So!
• Hass: American F1 team lands in the UK

The American JANUARY–FEBRUARY 2015
Competition Look good, feel great at Valentino and Locanda Ottoemezzo
Reader Offer The Richardson Hotel Group
• Your Embassy: The Political Section
• New Tools to Combat Back Pain
• Smile Makeover - Dentistry in the UK
• Americans in Britain: Billy Fiske, air hero
• Following Agamemnon: Med cruising
• Transatlantic Philanthropy
• Education: Admissions and SEN
• Doug Seegers Interview, from street to stardom
American Sports:
• Bowl Season, NFL International, Golf & Wrestling

The American DECEMBER 2014
• Lorna Luft exclusive interview
• Aaron Tveit talks about coming back to the stage – in London!
• Expat Finance – What You Need To Know
• Miss Patricia gets a Chilly English Reception
• Dancing for Parkinson's – profile
• A Shard's Eye View
• Politics: Midterm Blues
• Dirty Work... Gary Hart, New Special Envoy to Northern Ireland
• Sports: NFL at Wembley, Games 2 & 3; Chris Jericho's Autobiography; Motorsport Gimmickry
• Profile: Delta Kappa Gamma (DG)

The American NOVEMBER 2014
• The Special Relationship: Churchill, Roosevelt and Magna Carta
• International Schools in the UK
• Your Embassy Behind the Scenes
• Phone Home for the Holidays
• Christopher Cross on his new Album
• Sondra Lee, the first Tiger Lily, Interviewed
• Call the Midwife: Women's Health
• Sports: NFL at Wembley, Ryder Cup Dissected

The American OCTOBER 2014
• Competition and Interview: Ken Burns' latest series on The Roosevelts
• Joe Bonamassa Interviewed
• Beth Hart Interviewed
• Christina Bianco Interviewed
• Competition and Interview: Meet and See Matt Evers
• Renouncing US Citizenship
• Nine Elms and the new Embassy
• London's Flood Defenses
• Samuel Franklin Cody
• VW Golf
• NFL at Wembley, MLB Playoffs, NHL Preview, Ryder Cup, America's Cup

The American SEPTEMBER 2014
• Competition: WIN Harry Brompton Alcoholic Ice Tea
• Competition and Interview: WIN tickets to Nana Mouskouri at the Royal Albert Hall
• Exclusive Interview with Ambassador Barzun
• Making Sense of the UK School System
• The Day Parliament Burned Down
• UK Law for Newcomers
• Settling: An Expat's Tale
• Coffee Break fun page
• Reviews of the latest shows
• American Sports: Golf, NFL, NCAA

The American AUGUST 2014
• Competitions: Ales by Mail subscription and Yeehaw Festival
• Edinburgh Festival
• Peggy Lee Loves London
• St Paul's Cathedral
• Sir Henry Wellcome
• American Citizens Abroad's man in London
• Your Right to Re-enter the UK At Risk
• Spending the summer: advice for uni entry
• Making sense of the UK School System
• Jessye Norman Interviewed
• Reviews: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, The Crucible, The Colby Sisters The Colby Sisters of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Great Britain, Amadeus, Miss Julie & Comedy at the Chichester Festival, Forbidden Broadway, A Dream Turns Sour
• The argument in favor of discrimination
• American Sports: NBA Draft analysis, the future for US Soccer, Golf Majors
• Profile: American Citizens Abroad's man in London

The American JULY 2014
• Competition: top price tickets to The Crucible
• The Mayflower Trail
• Lincolnshire's American Aviation Heritage
• The BBC's Man in New York
• The British Boston's US Connections
• Find a Notary in the UK
• A Tour Around Parliament
• Nancy Astor's England
• Britain's Canals
• Dance For Parkinsons
• American Sports: UK Drag Racing, NBL Preview, The USA's World Cup progress, TNA's Gunner and Golf's Coarse [sic] Architecture
• plus regulars: Useful US Organizations in the UK, What's On Guide, News, Arts, Theater & Restaurant Reviews, Columnists, fun pages

The American JUNE 2014
• Competitions: Latitude Festival tickets
• Buffalo Trace bourbon
• Battle Proms outdoor concerts
• Expat Tax urgent advice
• D-Day's US heroes
• Ben Franklin's London
• Britain's In Bloom
• The Journalists Who Risk All
• Kirwan-Taylor, writer turns artist
• NFL Draft
• MLB Summer Preview
• Tiger's Back
• World Cup Preview

The American magazine MAY 2014
COMPETITION: Good People is getting rave reviews, win tickets and see why
• EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS: Allen Toussaint: Mr Mardi Gras
• Melanie von Trapp on the family's new sound
• Robert Cray: smooth blues on the road
• FEATURES: Black Rod, the man who keeps Parliament safe
• US Undergrads Choose UK Unis
• Berkeley Castle: a haven of British history with surprising links to early America
• Miss Patricia, new 'ex-Pat' columnist
• SPORTS: A new American F1 team
• NFL Free Agency
• post-Masters golf
• wrestler Samoa Joe
• REGULARS Arts Choice, Diary Dates, Restaurant & Theater reviews... and more.

The American magazine APRIL 2014
COMPETITION: WIN tickets for Other Desert Cities
• EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS: Eric Church
• FEATURES: Southwark's Cathedral and American connections
• Sulgrave Manor (Washington family home) needs your help
• Being a US Expat: financial advice
• Get Filing: the US expat tax deadline looms
• Old Glory is not a Swastika
• Democrats Abroad at 50
• Secession for Scotland and California?
• Is Putin 'in another world?'
• SPORTS: MLB Preview: a critical look at all 30 teams
• Golf: Matchplay
• REGULARS Arts Choice, Diary Dates, Restaurant & Theater reviews... and more.

The American magazine MARCH 2014
• COMPETITION Great albums up for grabs
• EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS Buddy Greco; Gary US Bonds; Martha Plimpton
• FEATURES Clerk of the House – the man who makes Parliament run; Water Management? – America's chief dredger would have been shocked by Britain's floods
• New World Old Maps/ SPORTS Michael Sam; Missing at Maui; NASCAR New Rules; Americans in British Touring Cars
• REGULARS Arts Choice, Diary Dates, Restaurant & Theater reviews... and more.

The American magazine JANUARY–FEBRUARY 2014
• EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS New-outlaw country star Jace Everett; Anglo–American singer Sarah Gillespie
• FEATURES Scotland's Homecoming; Starstruck by David Sedaris; From the 'Hood to Hogwarts, an LA kid becomes head student at a British private school
• SPORTS Here comes the offseason – bliss for football nerds; TNA Knockout Gail Kim interview; Does F1 driver dominance damage popularity?
• REGULARS Arts Choice, Diary Dates, Restaurant & Theater reviews... and more.

The American magazine DECEMBER 2013
• COMPETITIONS Tickets for Cirque du Soleil; a signed copy of Peggy Lee Loves London a stunning pair of amber earrings; a delicious festive hamper
• SPECIAL OFFER London Lions basketball
• EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS Bill Bryson on the summer that changed the States forever; Cirque du Soleil's Patrick McGuire; Sir Richard Eyre on Lord (Andrew) Lloyd-Webber's new musical, Stephen Ward
• FEATURES Christmas Gift Ideas; My Jewish mother and her beautiful black blood, by Carol Gould; Alan Miller dissects Sudhir Venkatesh's new book about NYC's underbelly; A non-traditional Christmas in London; Christmas Book Picks
• SPORTS NCAA Basketball Preview; Golf – Should a major American tournament be held outside the USA?; Sideline – Heisman musings
• REGULARS Arts Choice, Diary Dates, Restaurant & Theater reviews... and more.

The American magazine NOVEMBER 2013
• COMPETITIONS Win tickets to USA Rugby and Much Ado About Nothing
• SPECIAL OFFER see London Lions basketball
• FEATURES on the life and death of John F Kennedy, GI Brides, where to hunt and shoot in Britain, the American foods that expats really miss
• SPORTS NFL photos and roundup
• NCAA Basketball
• NHL season preview
• REGULARS Arts Choice, Diary Dates, Restaurant & Theater reviews... and more.

The American magazine OCTOBER 2013
• Win Scottsboro Boys tickets
• Chelsea Hotel – the news, the history, the dance production!
• Churchill Lecture by ex-Ambassador to DC
• Interviews with Scottsboro Boys star Forrest McClendon and Leigh Zimmerman & Domenick Allen
• Syria situation dissected
• Sports NFL hits London – Jags and 49ers interviews
• NBA divisional contenders
• BBL
• Why the Jags should be your second team
• Golf – our favorite tree!
• Regulars inc. Arts Choice, Diary Dates, Restauraunt & Theater reviews and more.

The American magazine SEPTEMBER 2013
• Award-winning actor Colman Domingo on his London-bound one man show
• Interviews with Michelin-starred chef Nathan Outlaw; British R&B legend Wilko Johnson; Muddy Waters' son Mud Morganfield; Steelers guard Ramon Foster and Vikings defender Kevin Williams
• NFL season preview; NCAA football previews; Iowa U v London Lions basketball
• Golfspotting at the Open Championship
• Hidden Catalonia
• Volunteering in the UK
• Legal vacations lead to separations
• Eartha Kitt in London
• Cellar Talk returns
• first drive of Chevy Trax
• Regulars inc. Arts Choice, Diary Dates, Restauraunt & Theater reviews and more.

The American magazine AUGUST 2013
• We talk to USA Rugby's Jim Snyder
• Katrina (formerly of The Waves) Leskanich on life in the UK with her newly-published poodle Peggy Lee
• Actor Stephen Campbell Moore on being a Brit playing an American ...in a show about China!
• The beaches, history and fine food of Cornwall
• Previews of the Edinburgh Fringe and art exhibitions at the National Galleries of Scotland
• Plus, former London resident Alison Holmes is on the outside looking in as she revisits the capital
• Alternative places to go for the young and young at heart
• Darren Kilfara's summer tour of Scotland's golf courses
• NBA and NHL drafts
• America's Cup
• NFL season build-up.

The American magazine JULY 2013
• American novelist Charles Dubow ponders how London has changed since the 1980s
• Ex-New York Dolls guitarist Sylvain Sylvain
• American crime author Emily Winslow on her new Cambridge-based crime novels
• Colorado realtor Kenny Rackers beats the Brits in cheese-chasing triumph
• Jeannine Wheeler's dizzy about British roundabouts
• The continuing story of World Heavyweight Champion Jack Johnson sees him visit the UK
• Nellie Bailey's advice on cultivating language skills in young children
• Darren Kilfara on Justin Rose's US Open win and the joys of golfing in Kintyre
• Hope for hopeless teams in our build to the NFL season
• More NFL games headed to Wembley.

The American magazine JUNE 2013
• Interviews with new rocking country music superstar Eric Church, New York sculptor Helaine Blumenfeld and Maisie Dobbs author Jacqueline Winspear
• Boston Ballet's Barry Hughson on how the city is recovering from the marathon bombing
• The best places to visit in North Wales – and their historic American connections
• Baseball in Ireland
• Advice on how students can follow their sporting dreams in the USA.


The American magazine MAY 2013
• Interviews with pop singer turned jazz artist Curtis Stigers, Black Star Riders main man Scott Gorham, House star Robert Sean Leonard, textile designer Kaffe Fassett, and West End lighting legend David Hersey
• James Carroll Jordan is back from filming Poirot The Big Four
• Sir Robert Worcester's memories of Margaret Thatcher
• Advice on starting your American degree abroad
• Sassy Slathered Grilled Salmon recipe
• Golf – the Tiger Drop
• The Civil War military campaigns of 1863
• Buddy Greco tickets to be won, and more.

The American magazine APRIL 2013
• Interviews including The Book of Mormon star Gavin Creel, Counting Crows’ Adam Duritz, Utah Billy Elliot Tade Biesinger, O My America! author Sara Wheeler, plus a Q&A with Terra Foundation for American Art CEO Elizabeth Glassman. Carol Madison Graham looks at International and English Baccalaureates, we examine horse syndicates, a first drive of the Mitsubishi Outlander, and Ambassador Louis B Susman reflects on the ‘Special Relationship’. Alison Holmes compares the State of the Union address and the Queen’s Speech, while sports include Jay B Webster’s MLB Preview, British baseball in Essex, BT Vision’s takeover of ESPN America, and Darren Kilfara contemplates the essential elements of great golf architecture.

MARCH 2013
A Chorus Line's Leigh Zimmerman talks to The American; London Wetlands, the capital's wild oasis; Exercise Tiger, the American Army's WWII Devon tragedy; Hogwarts and All – keeping US university option open; The Presidential election's Real Final Numbers; March Madness; Sloane Stephens; new NFL Coaches; National Signing Day; F1 Season Preview.
FEBRUARY 2013
Betty Buckley (Broadway and West End diva) and John Wheeler (Hayseed Dixie's head honcho) interviewed; New School, New Language – translating British education terms into American; Blue PLaques – find where famous Americans lived in London; Win tickets to see Rock Of Ages and a Varsity Jacket in our Competitions; Driving instruction for young Americans; and NHL lockout, NASCAR preview and NFLK draft in sports.
JANUARY 2013
Tartans (including one that went to the Moon!); Old Lang Syne explained; Education – American v British; Kickstart Your Writing Career; Britishisms; Winter Driving Tips; The Ashmolean Museum; Florida Property; Bowl Season Preview; EPL and NFL Job Security; Jeff Hardy Interview. Plus theater, books, and dining reviews.
DECEMBER 2012
John Lithgow interview; Donny Osmond interview; Sir Robert Worcester's Election results analysis; George McGovern remembered; Knitting your own community; Minster Lovell the hidden jewel of the Cotswolds; NFL at Wembley pictorial; and Erotica The New Black? Plus theater, books, and dining reviews.
NOVEMBER 2012
Pre-election polling; Alan Miller on tolerance and respect in US politics; Ugly Betty's Ashley Jensen on Hollywood and London; Finding your British ancestors; NCAA basketball preview; and what the British really mean when they talk about the weather.
OCTOBER 2012
Grammy and Tony Award winner Heather Headley interviewed; Using your overseas experience in job interviews; James Carroll Jordan is Dead in Tombstone with Danny Trejo; British veterans of the American Civil War; NBA and BBL season previews; and Rams RB Steven Jackson interviewed.
SEPTEMBER 2012
Interviews with musician and comedian Harry Shearer, author Ken Rijock, and New England Patriot Nate Solder; plus Christopher Hyland's photography collection, restaurateur Marcus Wareing in profile, Panerai Classic Yachts, and football previews
AUGUST 2012
Barbara Broccoli talks about Chariots of Fire; American Paralympian Seth McBride introduces wheelchair rugby; NBA and NHL Draft recaps
JULY 2012
Olympics Preview; Why Britain doesn't have an Independence Day; John Cabot
JUNE 2012
Danny de Vito, Cuba Gooding Jr and Rick Wakeman interviews
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