Author Sir Terry Pratchett
Image copyright Rob Wilkins.
With Mark Lawson.
Sir Terry Pratchett reflects on his career as he publishes Snuff, his 50th book and part of the bestselling Discworld series, which began in 1983. He reveals the inspiration behind his latest novel, which centres on a policeman investigating a brutal murder, and discusses the impact of living with Alzheimer's since his diagnosis in 2007.
Available since: Fri 21 Oct 2011
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Sir Terry Pratchett on his 50th book, actor Mark Rylance and the film Contagion reviewed.
First broadcast: 18 Oct 2011
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