Australian Television Airs Excerpts from J.K. Rowling: A Year in the Life Documentary

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Jul 13, 2008

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Last year, lucky viewers in the UK were able to view the special “J.K. Rowling: A Year in the Life” documentary. That documentary is now set to air this weekend in Australia, and thanks to Sunrise, who let us know about a highlights reel they broadcast today. While we have seen clips of the JKR documentary made by James Runcie previously (including this one regarding the second generation), you can watch the preview clip that aired on Australian television via this link.

On a related note, while we are not aware of any plans to broadcast this program here in the US as of yet, a reminder that in November, ABC News will be broadcasting their own documentary on J.K. Rowling here in the States. This documentary is said to include “several interviews, the book tour for the final “Harry Potter” installment, and a tour of locations that inspired her characters. It even hints to what the future holds for Harry and his friends.”





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