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Chapter One: 'The Boy Who Lived'

Chapter One: 'The Boy Who Lived'
DanielDaniel Radcliffe reads the first chapter of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone/Sorcerer’s Stone, as part of Harry Potter At Home. Look out for more special video readings in the upcoming weeks. Daniel will be the first of many exciting contributors to help us read through the first Harry Potter book, as he introduces the Dursleys, who don’t like anything mysterious. Enter a cat reading a map, owl-filled skies and whispers about the Potters. So, get comfy and enjoy! You can register with the Harry Potter Fan Club to get all the latest updates on further video readings too. Looks like those mischievous Cornish Pixies have caused an error. Register now to get the latest announcements from the Harry Potter Fan Club Newsletter. Look out for more famous faces and friends of the Wizarding World (and beyond!) If you're ready for Chapter Two, read by Noma Dumezweni, step this way. And for all of our chapters so far, you can find them here. Now that you’ve refreshed your memory of J.K.

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