BBC has declared that they will air a Harry Potter documentary featuring an exclusive interview with JK Rowling to mark the 20th anniversary of the release of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. And there will be few interesting and surprising facts about the event, for surprises read the article.
If you haven’t figured out how to book tickets for the Harry Potter exhibition at the British Library this autumn, don’t panic.
The BBC 2 Harry Potter: A History of Magic documentary will go behind-the-scenes at the world’s biggest library, providing a closer look at some of the treasures on display from J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world.
It has been Twenty years.? Feel old yet?
The one-off special will air on BBC2 in association with the British Library’s upcoming Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition, which will run from 20th October 2017 until 28th February 2018 to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the release of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.
According to a BBC Two press release:
The BBC documentary will highlight exhibition pieces as they’re being set up and explained, and with Rowling’s two cents on her previously archived notes.
What is so special about this documentary?
The exhibition will feature wizarding manuscripts, magical objects, and memorabilia. There is another surprise for you guys, want to know? Then click on the Next Page.
This one is the another interesting thing about the Event!
Famous fans will share readings of their favorite spells and potions. It will also have original drawings and notes from Rowling and illustrator Jim Kay.
JK Rowling is going to release something more at the exhibition.
The documentary will highlight personal items from JK Rowlins collection and explore how these items inspired her. Today you are blessed with one more exciting news, And you can thank me later for this but first, click on the Next Page for Surprise.
In more good news, there will be, not one, but two books released to coincide with the documentary.
The books named Harry Potter: A History of Magic – The Book of The Exhibition and Harry Potter – A Journey Through A History of Magic will be published by Bloomsbury sometime in October.
And there’s great news on the ticket front – some weekday slots are still available, but be quick!
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