Terry Pratchett: Back in Black on the BBC

By January 13, 2017 Authors, News, Television

Terry Pratchett left this mortal coil in 2015 after battling with Alzheimer’s. He left a legacy of over 70 books, many spanning the Discworld he created. To celebrate his prolific work and excellent sense of humour, the BBC will be airing a documentary film, narrated by comedian Paul Kaye, sometime in 2017.




The film will follow three documentaries made by Pratchett between 2009 and 2013, and will involve contributions from other famous authors and Pratchett fans, such as Neil Gaiman and Val McDermid. It will be full of humour, as one would expect from Terry Pratchett, and should give a great insight into the man and his life.

Catch it on BBC 2 later in the year!

Raising Steam, a Discworld novel, and The Shepherd’s Crown, a young adult Discworld novel following Tiffany Aching, were Pratchett’s final two books. You can update your collection with them here:

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