We have moved from 8 to 9 categories, so this month of March you will have a little more cultural food than in February.

Here’s how it works: If you are learning English and you want to get more familiar with English-speaking culture, here are some recommendations. We don’t want to invade this section with thousands of names, we want to keep it short and simple. Bear in mind that there will be a maximum of 10 categories (at the moment there are five: newspapers, magazines, internet, interviewers, comedians) and there will be a maximum of 6 names per category so that it isn’t too messy.

Please send us your recommendations. Cultural food will be updated monthly. Enjoy!

Newspapers: The Guardian, Ukranian Journal, Al Akhbar English, The Times of India

Magazines: Elle.com, Der Spiegel English, Enterteinment Weekly

Internet Videos: aljazeera, ted.com

Interviewers: David Letterman, Inside the Actors Studio, BBC Hard Talk

Fun: Comedians in cars getting coffee, laguirihabla (youtube), Monty Python, George Carlin

Music: Erol Alkan, New York Dolls, Jam in the van

Blogs: WWOOF, changemakers, crowdacy

Books: The Fall of the Giants (Ken Follet)

Movie Scenes:  

I am your father (Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Irvin Keschner)

Finale (The Dead, John Houston)

Danger (Million Dollar Baby, Clint Eastwood)

Finale (Dick Tracy, Warren Beatty)

The Sleazy Carpenter (The Money Pit, Richard Benjamin)

Frank and beans (There’s Something about Mary, Farrely Brothers)