Terry Pratchett
02/23/2017 at 08:20. Facebook
Along with all the beautiful art we've been sharing, we have a very exciting announcement!

We're thrilled to reveal the covers of two new editions of The Wee Free Men, with illustrations from Paul Kidby (Gift Edition) and Laura Ellen Anderson (Paperback). Here's what they had to say:

“Tiffany Aching and the Nac Mac Feegle are some of my favourite Discworld characters so I was delighted to...
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Terry Pratchett
yesterday at 20:00. Facebook
In the bathtub of history the truth is harder to hold than the soap, and much more difficult to find.
Terry Pratchett
yesterday at 11:02. Facebook
We've collected our favourite pieces of art by the wonderfully creative Pratchett fans. Share yours with #PratchettArt and you might see them in this album!
Terry Pratchett
02/18/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
We were just chatting to Ray Friesen, illustrator of Small Gods: The Graphic Novel, and he sent us this Feegle he'd thrown together, just for fun. We'd love to see some of your fan art!

Share your masterpieces on Facebook with #PratchettArt and we'll share our favourites on the page.
From Rhianna's memories of her dad to Neil Gaiman breaking our hearts, here are our most memorable moments from the BBC2 documentary: bit.ly/PratchettDoc

Which bits stood out for you?
"One of the charms of this docudrama is that it largely eschews the usual talking heads in favour of Discworld fans. Even the famous faces that do appear – Neil Gaiman, Pratchett’s consigliere Rob Wilkins, the illustrator Paul Kidby – first entered Pratchett’s orbit as fans."

The Guardian reviews Terry Pratchett: Back in Black.

Terry Pratchett docudrama is a fittingly imaginative tribute | Frank Cottrell Boyce

Don't forget to tune in at 9pm this Saturday! #BackinBlack
'So much universe, and so little time'

The Last Hero
'Terry Pratchett: Back in Black' will air on BBC2 at 9pm on the 11th February.

See more behind the scenes pictures here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
“On the first day of my journalistic career I saw my first corpse – some unfortunate chap fell down a hole in a farm and drowned in pig shit. All I can say is that, compared with his horrific demise, Alzheimer’s is a walk in the park. Except with Alzheimer’s my park keeps changing. The trees get up and walk over there, the benches go missing and the paths seem to be unwinding into particularly...
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Terry Pratchett docudrama reveals moment author realised he was 'dead'

Fear is strange soil. Mainly it grows obedience... but sometimes it grows the potatoes of defiance.
Terry Pratchett: Back in Black will air on BBC2 on Saturday 11th February. Not long to wait!

Time of broadcast TBC.
Two types of people laugh at the law: those that break it and those that make it.
As those who receive our newsletter will know, you can catch a glimpse of Paul Kaye in his role of Pratchett in the upcoming documentary in the BBC's Cultural Highlights of 2017...

Kaye appears at 01:35.

BBC - BBC Arts takes viewers to the heart of culture in 2017 - Media Centre

Hot on the heels of the BBC's announcement of a new Pratchett documentary, comes an update on BBC Studios' Good Omens adaptation.

The six part comedy series, which will be broadcast by Amazon Prime and the BBC in 2018, was adapted for television by Terry's co-author Neil Gaiman.

“Almost 30 years ago Terry Pratchett and I wrote the funniest novel we could about the end of the world, populated...
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In case our weekly quotes aren't enough for you... here are some of Penguin Books' most loved Pratchett quotes:

10 of the best Terry Pratchett quotes

Terry Pratchett: Back in Black

We are so excited to announce that the BBC will be showing a new documentary later this year on Terry Pratchett, featuring contributions from authors Neil Gailman and Val McDermid. The documentary will cover Terry's school days, his creation of the Discworld and his final battle with Alzheimers.

Further details to follow.

BBC reveal plans for "poignant" new Terry Pratchett documentary

In the beginning, there was nothing but endless flatness. Then came the Carpet...

Sir Terry Pratchett’s hilarious debut novel is out tomorrow with fresh new illustrations from Mark Beech.

Find out more: po.st/TheCarpetPeople
Sometimes it's better to light a flame thrower than to curse the darkness...