Penguin Random House and HarperCollins have released joint details of the release of Sir Terry Pratchett’s final dip into the Discworld universe, which will be published worldwide on September 10.
Because there is nothing better, when faced with a dark spot caused by the sudden absence of a brilliant mind—like that of Sir Terry Pratchett—than basking in the warm glow left by its most shiny of illuminations.
The following messages appeared on the official Twitter feed for the British author Sir Terry Pratchett earlier today (March 12), announcing his death at the age of 66, and for fans of his work, it’s as much of an appropriate …
Here’s a lovely belated Christmas present: now that BBC Radio 4’s adaptation of the classic Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman comedy novel Good Omens has finished its seasonal broadcast run, the entire series is now …
A short while ago, there was news and clips from a new BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens, a tale of the final battle between heaven and hell, and the attempts of an angel and a demon to stop …
While Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett‘s Good Omens is a BBC radio drama, and RadioTimes has a first listen, they also offer a first look with members of the cast acting out snippets of their parts.
BBC Radio 4, in a secret London location, is collaborating with co-authors Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett in dramatizing the cult-favorite Good Omens, reports BBC News.
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