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Sky Arts partners with British Library on new celebrity biography television series

A new and entertaining six-part series produced by Nutshell TV is launching on Sky Arts, in which six famous faces take us on their own personal tour of the British Library?s fascinating treasures. From Beethoven's notebook and King Charles I's private letters, to Jane Austen?s writing desk and hand scribbled Beatles lyrics, the British Library is the custodian of an extraordinary collection of more than 150 million individual items.
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