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Chefs switch to mini dynamos

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Jacob Zuma and the invisibility cloak

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Harry Potter’s Radcliffe evolves with darker roles

Not long ago, Daniel Radcliffe traded in his black-rimmed Harry Potter glasses for a bold acting choice. And he has never looked back.

JK Rowling revealed as commended crime novel’s writer

JK Rowling secretly posed as a retired military policeman to write a novel that has been hailed as one of the best debut detective stories in years.

Harry Potter actor Richard Griffiths dies

British actor Richard Griffiths, best known for his roles in 'Withnail and I' and the Harry Potter films, has died at the age of 65.

JK Rowling brings US fans to their feet

Just the mention of her name, JK Rowling, had the audience screaming and on its feet.

JK Rowling steps into unknown with adult debut

JK Rowling has taken a step into the unknown with the publication of her debut adult novel "The Casual Vacancy".

China delays Potter release in favour of Communist epic

The concluding instalment in the Hogwarts franchise has been postponed to make way for <i>Beginning of the Great Revival: The Founding of a Party</i>.

Yes, but what does it all mean?

The release of the final film featuring Harry Potter is being treated as a momentous cultural event. What is his significance?

Fans and stars bid farewell to Harry Potter

Thousands of fans braved rain in Trafalgar Square on Thursday to say farewell to the boy wizard Harry Potter at the world premiere of the final film.

Harry Potter and the digital era

Author unveils collaborative website that will have extensive background material, sell e-books and create an opportunity for fans to submit content.

Harry Potter goes digital with new website, e-books

Harry Potter creator JK Rowling on Thursday took her lucrative boy wizard firmly into the digital age.

Festive flicks offer little

By now the new <i>Harry Potter</i> flick or half-flick is on our screens, and the animated superhero romp <i>Megamind</i> is too.

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