TV: To commemorate the launch of my new, independent radio network, I'm raffling off some exciting prizes! Enter to win a chance to meet me, Trudy Veritas! The lucky winner will have the opportunity to discuss everything relating to truth, politics, and drama. I will spill all the secrets about my unjust imprisonment at the hands of the ministry. Others will receive signed copies of my new book, Telling the Truth. Enter today!
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AP: Good afternoon wolves! This is the Daily Bark, and I'm your host, Ambrose Pemberton! Some upsetting news today--M.U.D., a muggleborn society focused on promoting the rights of muggleborn witches and wizards, has chosen to ban any muggleborns who may also be werewolves from joining the group. There is speculation that this move was taken specifically to discourage the families of @Julian Pritchard and @Prince A. Charming from joining. Obviously this is a terrible development--being a werewolf
LL: This is Lana Lumos with your five-minute pop culture news! As you know listener, next year will be the fortieth anniversary of Hogwarts’s rebuilding. News about the planned celebrations haven’t been made public yet, but the Midnight Prince is rumored to be exploring a contract to perform at the anniversary. We’re going to be following that story for you--you’re not going to want to miss what is sure to be the hottest ticket of the year!
IK: We have breaking news this evening. Reginald Kneen, the President of WizFirst Bank, has been found dead. A contact in the Auror Office has informed WWN that death threats against Kneen, who reportedly had anti-goblin views, were previously investigated and determined to not be credible.
Godric Grimble, a goblin who works in Gringotts’s Office of Asset Developments, has been arrested by aurors in connection with Kneen’s death. Grimble and his attorney have not yet released a full
CG: Good morning, this is Chad Goldleaf with the news. The Office of the Minister announced this morning that Minister Granger-Weasley will be appearing at Hogwarts in the fall to kick off the celebrations for the anniversary of Hogwarts’s rebuilding.
The Office of the Minister has not yet released the contents of the Minister’s speech, but there is speculation that it will address safety concerns and give students a chance to ask questions. We will make sure to keep you updated as
IK: This is Isla Kelly with your evening news. Protests have erupted in Paris since the arrest of Elisa Papillon, a veela who was a person of interest in the fires that engulfed Beauxbatons’s grounds two years ago, for the murder of Marguerite Millefeuille, the Headmistress of the school.
Veela advocacy groups in France are decrying the decision to arrest Corteaux, claiming that she has an airtight alibi. However, officials from France’s ministry have issued a statement that include
IK: Good evening, this is Isla Kelly. An earlier story that was presented by WWN News stated that Caster Williams, the suspected Hogwarts vandal, is half-giant. That was incorrect. In fact, Williams has no part-human ancestry. Thank you for listening as we continue to bring you the latest information on this story.
CG: This is Chad Goldleaf, reporting this morning that the individual responsible for a series of disturbing vandalism incidents that Hogwarts has been apprehended by the Department of Magical Law Enforcement.
The individual responsible, Caster Williams, an office clerk for the Werewolf Capture Unit, reportedly used a high-level spell that attached itself to Hogwarts’s wards, allowing him to perpetrate his crimes from a distance. Williams, who is half-giant, lost several family memb
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LL: Lana Lumos here with your five-minute pop culture news. Today, I have a very important announcement to make. WWN is raffling off VIP tickets to meet the Midnight Prince backstage at his next concert in Hogsmeade! You’re not going to want to miss this, he’ll be debuting the songs from his new album A Time for Darkness, A Time for Light. The first three callers who call in will win the tickets!
OOC: This will work a bit like a raffle. You have 72 hours from the t
IK: This is Isla Kelly. We’ve just received notice that Trudy Veritas, who was arrested by aurors during her infamous broadcast, has been released. Veritas faced a full wizengamot trial, but was not convicted due to her legal counsel’s arguments that Veritas had not actually procured the information she read on her show illegally.
When she was released, Veritas read this statement:
I am so thankful to the legal counsel that was provided by my friend Byron Handley-Mills.
CG: This is Chad Goldleaf, reporting this morning from Liverpool, where officials have notified us that there have been multiple casualties as a result of a werewolf attack.
Full details on the victims have not yet been released, but we are receiving reports that their injuries are consistent with those given by a werewolf.
I’ve also received word that the Hogwarts Board of Governors is calling for increased security at Hogwarts as a result of the attack.
AP: Good morning wolves! This is Ambrose Pemberton, your host for The Daily Bark.
As all of you know, I’ve been living with lyncanthropy since I was seven years old. I’ve been a publicly known werewolf since I graduated from Hogwarts. It was only then that I really was able to embrace my identity as a werewolf.
Today, I want to take some time to applaud a recent statement by the Lovegood-Scamanders. I have it here with me.
During this difficult time, we felt
IK: This is Isla Kelly reporting to you live from outside of our studio, where a few witches and wizards have gathered to express their concerns about the world as we know it. Can you tell me what it is you're trying to tell everyone?
Wizard: Yeah, hello, my name is Gunther and I'm here to tell you that THE END IS HERE!
IK: And by "The End" you mean what, exactly?
Gunther: The end of our world, lady! The wizarding world, it's done! We are all going down and i
IK: Good evening, this is Isla Kelly with breaking news that Trudy Veritas, conservative radio talk show host, has filed suits against everyone who she blocked during her controversial radio programme that outed Hogwarts's student werewolves. Veritas, who is notoriously litigious and who rocketed to stardom after her successful suit to end the minister's outreach programme to house elves, is not expected to win the suit. However, all of those individuals who were blocked during the broadcast hav
Lana: Hey guys, it's Lana Lumos with your five-minute pop culture news. There's a new hottie taking the wizarding world by storm. If you don't know his name yet, you soon will. Yes, I'm talking about Orpheus Montgomery, the part-vampire singer also known as Midnight Prince. His single Glittering Darkness is on its way to number one! Personally, I love the guitar riff in the middle--Midnight Prince is always accompanied by Persephone Caldwell, also part-vampire, who in my humble opinion is a musi
IK: Hello, this is Isla Kelly with your nightly news. Continuing coverage from the attack on Hogwarts, the Ministry of Magic has issued a news bulletin urging wizarding families to be careful when traveling. The wolves that escaped from the Taith Coch Reserve have yet to be apprehended by the Werewolf Capture Unit, and the Auror Office reports that their whereabouts are currently unknown. If approached by a werewolf, please report their location to the Werewolf Capture Unit. All of the escaped w
A representative from the Ministry has announced that Minister Granger-Weasley will be holding a public forum in Diagon Alley on Monday, November 11, 2041 to address the situation that occurred at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry on November 8th. No further details were offered at this time.
IK: This is Isla Kelly once again bringing you an exclusive update to the tragedy unfolding at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardy. Our sources have reported at least two casualties on the grounds, one being an Auror whose name has yet to be released. We are unsure whether the other is a student or otherwise, but we can only hope that this number doesn't grow as this serious attack rages on.
...All we can say is: be strong, students, staff, and Aurors. We wish you our best as
IK: This is Isla Kelly once again bringing you an update on the ongoing situation at Hogwarts. The Ministry is remaining tight-lipped on the extent of damage and injuries that have occurred, however our sources tell us Ministry officials have given their Aurors authorisation for emergency use of Unforgivables due to these dire circumstances. Whether they will prove necessary remains to be seen. We will keep working round the clock to give you all the information we can as this story continues to
IK: Hello listeners, this is Isla Kelly. We interrupt this Quidditch match recap to bring you breaking news. The Ministry has just informed us that Aurors have been dispatched to Hogwarts to respond to a werewolf attack. Sources estimate that there are between eleven and fifteen werewolves on the ground. Students have apparently been injured, and some have apparently been bitten. We will continue to bring you coverage as we learn more.
Aurelia King: A jury has apparently been convened by the Wizengamot to deal with with allegations against playwright Maude Tempest, sources have shared with Witch Weekly Radio.
This reported jury seating comes just days after the British Library's Goblin archivist Ubdart announced the discovery of a script dating back hundreds of years to the Goblin Rebellions which allegedly is very similar to Maude's hit production The Lethifold.
However, Maude Tempest's lawyer, Allard
Lana: Hey guys, it's Lana Lumos, with your five-minute pop culture news.
Pour Some Pixie Dust On Me singer Regina Lovelace confirmed last night on Odessa Nox's late-night wizarding wireless show That's ShowWiz, that she has fired long-time goblin manager Grovekt after a series of disagreements over money.
Grovekt has been Regina's manager since she stormed onto the music scene aged 18 and fresh out of Hogwarts with hit single Should I Slay Or Should I Go? which, as you r
In a special bulletin, WZRD Radio would like to remind listeners that authorities have been responding to reports of werewolf altercations near settlements outside major wizarding centres. The Ministry advises taking precautions as the full moon approaches and staying indoors on the night of the full moon wherever possible.
We take you now back to the news with Isla Kelly.
"Thank you for tuning in to our nightly After-Dinner Chat. I'm Sam Deng and it's Thursday night so we're going to get just a touch political. I'm here today with Urta Daufari, noted author of "The Things We Own", a history of goblin artifacts, and "Not Lying Down", an analysis of goblin rebellion throughout the ages. It's a pleasure to have you here today, Urta." "Thank you, Sam. It's my pleasure to be able to talk about goblin rights on a show that reaches so many listeners." /Laughter/ "I hope