In April 2008, Pratchett worked with the BBC to make a two-part documentary series about his illness, Terry Pratchett: Living With Alzheimer's .  The first part was broadcast on BBC Two on 4 February 2009, drawing million viewers and a % audience share.  The second, broadcast on 11 February 2009, drew viewers and a % audience share.  The documentary won a BAFTA award in the Factual Series category.  Pratchett also made an appearance on The One Show on 15 May 2008, talking about his condition. He was the subject and interviewee of the 20 May 2008 edition of On the Ropes ( Radio 4 ), discussing Alzheimer's and how it had affected his life.
In the 1976–77 season , Abdul-Jabbar had another strong season. He led the league in field goal percentage, finished second in rebounds and blocked shots, and third in points per game. He helped lead the Lakers to the best record in the NBA, and he won his record-tying fifth MVP award. In the playoffs, the Lakers beat the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference semi-finals, setting up a confrontation with the Portland Trail Blazers . The result was a memorable matchup, pitting Abdul-Jabbar against a young, injury-free Bill Walton . Although Abdul-Jabbar dominated the series statistically, Walton and the Trail Blazers (who were experiencing their first-ever run in the playoffs) swept the Lakers, behind Walton's skillful passing and leadership.