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Black Books was a British BAEFTA award-winning sitcom produced for Channel 4 starring Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Tamsin Greig. It follows the lives of three friends, Bernard Black (Moran), the rude and obnoxious owner of the bookshop Black Books, Manny Bianco (Bailey), Bernard's long-suffering assistant, and Fran Katzenjammer (Greig), the owner of the shop nextdoor. The show was created and written by Dylan Moran, as well as Graham Linehan, Andy Riley, Kevin Cecil and Arthur Matthews, who co-wrote some episodes. The show's producers include Karen Beever, William Burdett-Coutts, Nira Park and Julian Meers.
Featured ArticleBernard Ludwig Black, the owner of the eponymous bookshop Black Books, is a heavy alcoholic and smoker and has been known to be rude and obnoxious to the customers in his shop. The only people Bernard can be said to share a friendship with are Manny Bianco, his assistant and flat mate, and Fran Katzenjammer, his best friend and neighbour.
Selected ImageBlack Books is a second-hand bookshop located at 13 Little Bevan Street, Bloomsbury, London. It sells a variety of books to the public, and also buys books from customers, which is then used as stock. The shop is owned and run by Bernard Black, with the help of his assistant, Manny Bianco. The building in which Black Books is situated is owned by Mr. Benson, a cat who was left the building after Ms. Hanley, his presumed owner, died. Bernard has rented this building and now uses it as the shop and living quatres.