I grew up adoring the world of Harry Potter. But as a parent, I will not be sending my child to Hogwarts, thank you very much.
It’s an age-old question – is the book or the movie better? Well, saner minds have debated this topic and failed, so we challenged our favourite book club to find an absolute answer. Yeah, right.
It’s morning. Again. Overnight, Donald Trump almost did a group he hates a favour, India joined the space race and fans of Harry Potter gave themselves over to the dark mark.
It’s been twenty years since Harry Potter took over the world. However, if you return to Hogwarts with adult eyes, is the magic still there?
All those hours binge-watching might actually have a use (beyond expanding your waistline) as Harvard is now offering an education in Game of Thrones. Yes, really.
How do you make a Harry Potter film without Harry Potter? And how do you expect to sate the Potterites around the globe? Welcome to the challenge of Fantastic Beasts.
Morning! What happened while you were asleep? Well…David Cameron quit (again), Daniel Radcliffe may be Potter once more, and a record number of people decided not to pay for Narcos.
All day we’ve been searching for an explanation of the #CensusFail. Closest we got was from a Harry Potter fanfic. It’s a better story than McCormack’s.
Morning! What happened while you were asleep? Well, a private company is mining the moon, Potter fans started a civil war, and the IOC put its hat on backwards.
Morning, poppet. What happened while you were snoozing? The Euro opener gave us a Golazo, Harry Potter gave back his owls and the mining sector is set to give staff the heave-ho.
What happened while you were asleep? Well, Harry Potter grew up, EURO 2016 got a smidge less glitzy and men of science gushed over a watery flying rock
Morning, sleepyhead. What have you missed? Well, Turnbull implicated in the Panama papers, and flying Colombian muggles. Standard.
On the back of J.K. Rowling’s live-tweeting of James S Potter’s first day at Hogwarts, Franz Kafka has got in on the act, live-tweeting Joseph K’s first day in court.
With statistics indicating reading numbers are down, Lauren Ford points out the never-ending cycle of books being made into film.