73 episodes

On The Anglo Files podcast, American Anglophiles Dani and Sheldon discuss their obsession with British TV and culture! They try UK snacks and learn British slang along the way! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theanglofiles/support

The Anglo Files The Anglo Files

    • TV & Film
    • 4.7 • 13 Ratings

On The Anglo Files podcast, American Anglophiles Dani and Sheldon discuss their obsession with British TV and culture! They try UK snacks and learn British slang along the way! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theanglofiles/support

    73. James Bond and No Time to Die

    73. James Bond and No Time to Die

    This VERY LONG episode features your hosts discussing the James Bond film series, as well as it's newest installment. We try a Vesper Martini and Sheldon has to guess what various spy jargon means.


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    • 1 hr 42 min
    72. Johnny English

    72. Johnny English

    On this episode we review this Rowen Atkinson Spy Parody, try a Galaxy bar, and Sheldon tried to guess with "On the Never Never" means in the UK!


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    • 58 min
    71. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

    71. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

    In this episode, we discuss this delightful film with its incredible cast, try some Sherbet Lemons candy, and Sheldon hears the word "Nesh" for the first time and tries to guess what it means in England.


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    • 1 hr
    70. Father Ted

    70. Father Ted

    In this episode we cover Irish Sit Com, try a Chewy Nougat bar from the UK, and discuss the Penryn Worm-Charming championships, and Sheldon tries to guess what the phrase "Nutty Slack" means.


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    • 54 min
    69. Four Lions

    69. Four Lions

    We cover 2010 Dark Comedy film Four Lions, try some Fruit Pastilles from the UK, and Sheldon learns what "I'm a Mushroom" might mean in England!


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    • 58 min
    68. Gosford Park

    68. Gosford Park

    We review this 2001 Whodunit, starring EVERY British actor, try some English Toffees from Waitrose, and Sheldon tries to guess what "Pop Your Clogs" might mean in England. 


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    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

PHANTAM ANT ,

Fantastic

Enjoying hearing how Americans view our work and what work crosses over. Want to send an email or suggestion but ain’t got any idea how?

JoolzB1963 ,

Loving this podcast

Very entertaining podcast and Dani & Sheldon present it in a relaxed and warm style that soon has them feeling like friends. Its interesting and amusing to hear their take on UK TV shows & films, and the snack break, plus Sheldon’s attempts to guess the meaning of UK words or phrases add to the fun. Great stuff! ❤️

KatAshworth41 ,

Cheese salad.

I’m just starting to listen to your podcast and am on Fawlty Towers (loving it so far). A cheese salad is just a salad (lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes, spring onions (scallions) etc with grated cheese.

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