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Books | The Guardian ([info]theguardianbook) wrote,
@ 2020-02-25 00:01:00

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Malorie Blackman: time is right for BBC Noughts and Crosses drama

Author of dystopian series hopes TV adaptation will open up more nuanced debate on race in UK

The bestselling author and former children’s laureate Malorie Blackman has said she hopes the forthcoming BBC adaptation of her critically acclaimed series Noughts and Crosses will open up a more nuanced debate on race in the UK.

With the subject permeating the critically acclaimed dystopian fiction series, Blackman, 58, told Radio Times the TV adaptation was being released at a time when it could make a bigger impact than when it was first announced four years ago.

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