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Notebook

Only blockbusters can film in London now

Anthony Horowitz's Christmas notebook, also featuring the decline of ebooks and the birth of New Blood

12 December 2015

9:00 AM

12 December 2015

9:00 AM

I’ve spent much of the autumn and winter shooting my new TV series for BBC1. New Blood looks at the so-called ‘Y’ generation and focuses on two 25-year-olds who fight crime but who spend as much time worrying about their university loans, finding somewhere to live, arguing with each other and trying to kick-start their careers.

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