Are you a fan of the endearing love story “Normal People”? Yearning to delve deeper into the themes and characters of the show? Look no further than Evanna Lynch’s new BBC podcast!
The coronavirus crisis has been especially grueling for our frontline health care workers, who are working around the clock to fight the virus. Check out what “Harry Potter” actress Helen McCrory and her husband, Damian Lewis, are doing to help them out!
How can someone with Asperger’s syndrome communicate in a marriage? Find out more about Daniel Radcliffe’s reading of “Somewhere Inside, a Path to Empathy,” a moving essay by David Finch about living with Asperger’s syndrome and working with his wife to overcome it.
“Reading, Writing, Rowling” Episode 34: “Werewolves of Wizard London (and Other Animal Transformations)”
Episode 34 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” takes on werewolves and other magical transformations in “Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts”.
Episode 33 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” takes on the complicated bad boy that is Draco Malfoy. Does he deserve scorn, pity, or some of both?
Episode 22 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” features the cofounder of Transfiguring Adoption, an organization that uses “Harry Potter” as bibliotherapy for adoptive and foster families and examines how books can help with trauma.
Join host Katy McDaniel and guest expert Emily Strand as they talk with author and wizard activist Caitlin Elizabeth Harper about the meaning of Quidditch – the sport from Queerditch Marsh – for the “Harry Potter” series. We look at the social and cultural value of the game in the wizarding world.