Harry Potter BBC HARRY POTTER: A history OF MAGIC doc WITH J.k. ROWLING WILL MAKE you unhappy TO BE SAEED NASIR


It ain’t smooth being a Muggle, however even though you can’t perform a lick of magic, that doesn’t imply you can’t examine a whole heck of a lot about it. You’ll absolutely have the possibility too whilst BBC launches their new BTS documentary, Harry Potter: A records of Magic, dissecting the origins of the mystical global of Harry Potter.

The document drops Oct. 20, along side a British Library exhibition of the equal call, which features “uncommon books, manuscripts, and magical items” that seize “the traditions of folklore and magic on the coronary heart of the Harry Potter tales,” per the BBC.

There also are two accompanying new books coming from Scholastic: Harry Potter: A journey through the history of Magic, and Harry Potter: A records of Magic – The ebook of The Exhibition. All of this fanfare is offered in party of the 20th anniversary of the ebook of Harry Potter and the truth seeker’s Stone, J.ok. Rowling’s debut novel posted via Bloomsbury in 1997. have you ever examine it?

I youngster, of path you have, so that you know all of the wonders that come from Rowling’s magical mind, and might appreciate how beneficial she’ll be to the presentation of the doc, which features an in-depth interview with the writer. in line with the clicking release:

“Harry Potter: A history of Magic is to be shown on BBC two and will observe the exhibition within the run up to its starting at the British Library, because the historic texts, artefacts and artwork are put on show. Harry Potter: A history Of Magic includes an interview with J.ok. Rowling speaking approximately some of the non-public objects she has donated to the exhibition whilst readings from well-known enthusiasts playfully recreate some of the great loved spells, potions and magical moments from the collection, exploring the origins of the world of Hogwarts, from basilisks through to broomsticks.”

What do you observed? Will you be heading to the British Library to check out the exhibition? Or just finding out BBC two on Oct. 20?

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