Wednesday, August 31, 2016

5 U.S. Cities That Completely Outgrew Their English Namesakes

It's a well-known fact that hundreds of U.S. towns and cities were named after equivalents in England. What is perhaps less well known is that some of these are nowadays more populated than the very cities they were named after. Your favourite English host, Laurence Brown, brings you his top 5 U.S. Cities That Completely Outgrew Their English Namesakes. Play the video below, and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Sometimes I Accidentally Break Out a Scottish Accent


Your favo(u)rite British host, Laurence Brown, has this bizarre habit of occasionally breaking out a Scottish accent. Thankfully, the latest occurrence was caught on film, holding him accountable forever.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

10 Sports Terms They Don't Use in Britain

With Great Britain and the United States currently heading up the Olympics medal table, we thought it would be a great time to look at which of your American sports phrases are not widely used in Britain. Join your favo(u)rite British host, Laurence Brown, as he - with help from his wife - gives you a run-down of the top 10.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Fear of Heights VS. Chicago's John Hancock Center


Watch your favourite British host, Laurence Brown, travel to the 95th floor of Chicago's second-tallest skyscraper (if you include the spires) despite his near-crippling fear of heights.

Monday, August 08, 2016

6 Things They Never Told Me About Living in Chicago

Your favo(u)rite British host, Laurence Brown, discusses some of the things no one told him about life in Chicago, after moving to the Windy City in July 2016...