A 19-year-old student has put an impressive performance on TV quiz show Mastermind thanks to her knowledge of the Harry Potter films.
Jacqueline Brocklehurst got 13 out of 19 questions correct in the "specialist subject" section of the quick-fire quiz.
Today's Stone Soup focuses around something all HP fans can relate to...finding something to read while waiting for Harry Potter 6!
Thanks to everyone who emailed this to TLC!
Thanks go out to Jen, who brought this Texas Quidditch site to our attention!
Could the latest Harry Potter novel carry the faltering children's book industry through to the end of the year?
Book critic Harold Bloom apparently dislikes the work of writer, Potter fan, and now National Book Foundation award winner Stephen King as much as he does J.K. Rowling.
Kristin, who can use TLC's search engine with the best of them. Thanks to Iris for the link!
It may not sound like it has much to do with Harry Potter, but...
John Ritter, Gryffindor, (shown there at the premiere of Chamber of Secrets) died of a heart ailment overnight. A sad farewell to a fellow fan, from Team TLC.
An Iowa freshman class had an interesting summer reading assignment.
The Village Voice has a political parody of Harry Potter entitled, Hillary Potter and the Senate Chamber of Secrets.
Thanks Black, for sending us these pics of the vandalized Hogwarts Express that appeared in The Sun:
The world's first online movie, starring Harry Potter actor David Bradley, will premiere today.
The Straits Times reports that all applicants for British citizenship must be able to answer several questions about that great nation...including one about Harry Potter.
Manhattan U.S. Attorney James Comey announced that federal postal inspectors arrested John Zuccarini, 53, yesterday morning at a Hollywood, Fla., hotel where he had been living.
According to a federal complaint, Zuccarini lured young computer users to pornographic Web sites by misspelling Web addresses of pages that appealed toContinued...
Jamie Boubezavi won the UK Young Impressionist 2003 competition with his impression of Hagrid.
In an interview with ign.com, Al Jean discusses JK Rowling's upcoming role on The Simpsons.