This programme follows Terry coming to terms with his diagnosis, living with his condition, facing the certainty of its conclusion and his mission to find a cure. Adamant that he has done nothing wrong and that Alzheimer’s sufferers should not be stigmatised, this is the genuine personal journey of one man, through the science and the reality of what it s like to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease
In association with Gimlet’s Hole Food Delicatessen, show off your mastery of rodent-based cuisine with this carefully detailed guide to cooking the perfect rat!
Based on a design by Paul Kidby, this 100% natural coloured cotton tea towel is produced and made in the UK.
Size: 50cm x 78cmadd to cart
For feline admirers everywhere, this tea towel, featuring some of Terry Pratchett’s enduring wisdom, is the ideal kitchen accessory. Whether you’ve got a Greebo, a Maurice or a Ratbag at home, this reminder as to their superiority is sure to draw comments – and miaows from all!
This 100% natural coloured cotton tea towel is produced and made in the UK.
Size: 50cm x 78cmadd to cart
Display your aptitude for the fundamentals of magic, as recognised by Unseen University and signed by Archchancellor Ridcully and let everyone know you’re a B.F.
The certificates were commissioned over twenty years ago as part of Stephen Briggs’ CMOT Dibbler collection, making them not only rare, but also a collectable part of Discworld history.
These certificates were produced as part of the original run so we have limited availability.
‘Oh no,’ said the Lecturer in Recent Runes, pushing his chair back. ‘Not that. That’s meddling with things we don’t understand.’
‘Well we are wizards,’ said Ridcully. ‘We’re supposed to meddle with things we don’t understand. If we hung around waitin’ till we understood things we’d never get anything done.’
The rather colourfully named ‘doctorus adamus cum flabello dulci’ (Doctor of Sweet Fanny Adams), is an hounourary qualification available from Unseen University to all those who are impressed by long names and was bestowed upon Prince Khufurah of Klatch in Jingo.
The certificates were commissioned over twenty years ago as part of Stephen Briggs’ CMOT Dibbler collection, making them not only rare, but a truly collectable part of Discworld history. These certificates were produced as part of the original run so we have limited availability
“Apparently it’s a Doctorum Adamus cum Flabello Dulci—Is there something wrong, Sir Samuel?”
Vimes managed to turn the treacherous laugh into a coughing fit. “No, no, nothing,” he said. “No.”
Released in April 2010, this gem from our collectable pin series depicts the Guild of Fools and Joculators and College of Clowns, or “Fools’ Guild” for short. Originally, it was the Guild of Fools, Joculators, Minstrels, Buffoons and Mime Artists, but following the advent of Lord Vetinari as Patrician, the bit about Mime Artists was discreetly dropped. The design is composed from black, white, blue and red enamel and features three golden bells, hilarious. The guild motto on the pewter scroll – Dico Dico Dico – translates as ‘I say, I say, I say’.
Very limited stock.
Originally concocted by the Wizards of Unseen University from extremely poisonous frogs to help the Bursar attain a modicum of sanity, our frog pills are not at all poisonous and instead have a fresh, minty taste.
Produced for the Terry Pratchett Memorial, these were made available to the public due to popular demand.
Sugar Free Mints – Ingredients: Sugar Substitute Sorbitol, Peppermint Oil, Anti-caking Agents: Magnesium Stearate, Menthol, Sweetener: Aceculfame K, Aspartame: Phenylketonurics contains Phenylalanine.
Commissioned for the Terry Pratchett Memorial, to celebrate Terry’s life and work, this pin features a sprig of lilac, a symbol of Discworld remembrance immortalised in Night Watch. Measuring 30mm high, this pin spells out Terry’s name in golden detailing.
Vimes strolled over the moss-grown gravel. In the twilight, the lilac blooms seemed to shine. Their scent hung in the air like fog.
The very first pencil print released was the Librarian, a perennial favourite with readers. This classic illustration is now available as a mug for the very first time.
So it was reasonable to assume that the small purple newts had been part of the floor and the pineapple custard may once have been some books. And several of the wizards later swore that the small sad orangutan sitting in the middle of it all looked very much like the head librarian.
The second in a series of prints released back in 1995, this pencil image of Greebo is now available in all it’s glory as a mug.
Nanny Ogg also kept a cat, a huge one-eyed grey tom called Greebo who divided his time between sleeping, eating and fathering the most enormous incestuous feline tribe. He opened his eye like a yellow window into Hell when he heard Granny’s broomstick land awkwardly on the back lawn. With the instinct of his kind he recognised Granny as an inveterate cat-hater and oozed gently under a chair.
Crivens! Featuring a veritable collection of pictsies, this mug, illustrated by the artist Ray Friesen, is the best way to drink your blindingly strong beverage of choice!
They were all about six inches tall and mostly colored blue, although it was hard to know if that was the actual color of their skins or just the dye from their tattoos, which covered every inch that wasn’t covered with red hair. They wore short kilts, and some wore other bits of clothing too, like skinny vests. A few of them wore rabbit or rat skulls on their heads, as a sort of helmet. And every single one of them carried, slung across his back, a sword nearly as big as he was.
Crafted from a hard, scratch-resistant plastic, this high-quality phone case is sublimation printed and will fit snugly around your phone and is available to fit a range of models.
‘Oh, well, if you prefer, I can recognise handwriting,’ said the imp proudly. ‘I’m quite advanced.’
Vimes pulled out his notebook and held it up. ‘Like this?’ he said.
The imp squinted for a moment. ‘Yep,’ it said. ‘That’s handwriting, sure enough. Curly bits, spiky bits, all joined together. Yep. Handwriting. I’d recognise it anywhere.’