after the war, lee’s broadcasts are a beacon to the wizarding world. his fervent support of change is a rallying cry to many, and slowly but surely, he starts to make an impact. after all, the people trust someone who kept them constantly updated during that dark year when the boy who lived had seemingly gone missing, and who had fought so bravely among his friends at the battle of hogwarts. and lee was a man who sounded like he knew what he was doing, a strong and smooth voice, resolute in his beliefs. and his beliefs were not solely his own; wizarding citizens flocked to his broadcasts for exclusive interviews with the chosen one’s companions, hermione granger and ron weasley, as well as countless other brave heroes that they had grown so interested in. though there was never an interview with the famous harry potter himself, the public knew that lee jordan must be in contact with him some other way. what they did not know was that harry frequently wrote into his show to share his opinion on topics such commemorative days for the veterans or the implementation of acts for magical creatures.
lee didn’t just give a voice to the wizarding people, stuck in a tumultuous time of transition, but also to the veterans, who had carried on so long in silence.