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Radio was used powerfully by Josef Goebbels to disseminate Nazi propaganda, and just as powerfully by King George VI to inspire the British people to fight invasion.
If we go to the 1940s, Nazi Germany - look, we saw it in Britain. Neville Chamberlain told the British people: Accept the Nazis. Yes, they will dominate the continent of Europe, but that is not our problem. Let's appease them. Why? Because it can't be done. We cannot possibly stand against them.
Francis Underwood was entirely based on Richard III. When Michael Dobbs wrote 'House of Cards' in the original British series, Richard III is what he based the character on.
I grew up with British rock.
To me, British fashion has a story. It has history, and I feel it's very much about our culture.
I grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Someday, I'll make a movie with a British accent.
The BAFTAs give the British point of view, and the Oscars give the American point of view, but the truth is we're all working in an international industry.
I'm proud of being British, but I think our aristocracy is overrated.
It's celebrated in British culture to be eccentric.
The British judiciary needs to support intellectual property.
Each section of the British Isles has its own way of laughing, except Wales, which doesn't.
I'm not Tom Cruise. Very few British actors are. If you look at the body of work I've done it's pretty obvious I'm not going to make a 'Mission: Impossible.'
British actors are renowned for being great villains in movies, like Bond films, all the rest of it.
I like the constant rise and fall of the British film industry. But above all, I like the workhorses who kept going no matter what.
A lot of my male vocal influences are British - people like David Bowie, Freddie Mercury and Robert Plant.
The idea of exposing the British public to the full breadth of my personality isn't a good one.
I have always felt an excellent rapport ever since my very first concert in Britain at Hampton Court. I have always felt understood. The British understand opera very well.
I've been going to Bicester Village since I was young. My mum and dad really loved that place, and I always used to stock up on clothes. I love the fact that it supports great British designers.
I'm a big fan of 'The Office', both the British and the American versions.
Australians and the British are very similar: If you try and stand out in any way, and you try to reach for success, someone is gonna be there to cut you down.
The British, I have discovered, assume that Americans are more religious than they are.
If there's one thing above all that sets me apart from Tony Blair it is this - I am not embarrassed to articulate the instincts of the British people.
I've always worked on the fringe of the British press establishment, carving out this niche for myself.
The British have always made terrible parents.
C. S. Lewis
John F. Kennedy
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