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Thom & Matt explore the wonders of this weeks weird and wonderful science stories, as well as continuing last weeks discussion on the legitimacy of Star Wars science. The Worminator also sees the introduction of a brand new Matt's Peer Reviews segment and some of the sassiest reviews you'll ever here. The duo talk robot worms, dragons and the strange and slightly obvious science of language.
Panel Borders: A Hole in the Heart of Manga
Continuing a month of shows about ‘untold tales’, narratives not normally depicted in comics, Alex Fitch talks to artist Henny Beaumont about her debut graphic novel A Hole in the Heart, about bringing up a child with Down’s Syndrome, due to be published by Myriad Editions in 2015, in an interview recorded at Cartoon County, Brighton. Also, with translation provided by Takayo Akiyama, Alex interviews Tomohiko Matsumoto about donating examples of his father Matsuhiko’s art to an exhibition of Gekiga – Alternative Manga from Japan – at the Cartoon Museum in London, which runs until Christmas Eve. (Originally broadcast 10th December 2014 on Resonance 104.4FM)
Pages from A Hole in the Heart by Henny Beaumont / Cover of Suspense no. 3 by Matsumoto and art from A Drifting Life by Tatsumi, on display at The Cartoon Museum
For more info and a variety of different formats you can stream or download, please visit the home of this podcast at www.archive.org
Links: Henny Beaumont's website and pages
Article on A Hole in the Heart in The Guardian
Cartoon Museum website
Takayo Akiyama's website
Info on Matsuhiko Matsumoto's graphic novel The Man Next Door
Cartoon County website
Listen to Alex Fitch and Dickon Harris interview Eric Khoo about his Tatsumi film
TV Couch Commandos Preacher | Podcast EP016
Preacher, flashvsarrow, The Magicians
TV News this week we have headlines about Constantine, Arrow, Source code, The Wire, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage. L Comic news from Arrow, Supergirl and things start moving along nicely as Preacher gets underway. WE have some casting news about Syfy’s The Magicians which feels like Harry Potter the next generation.
In development news, we talk about the new Walking Dead spin off code name “Cobalt” which has cast it’s lead with Cliff Curtis. We also have some quick break downs of iZombie the new horror comedy by Veronica Mars’ Rob Thomas. A new paranormal procedural series from ABC called Stichers and also The Messengers
Up for review on Winners and Sinners
Constantine “Rage Of Caliban” Season 1, Episode 6
When a young boy is taken over by a malevolent spirit, John (Matt Ryan) must put aside his misgivings over exorcising a child and convince the parents that their boy is not all that he seems.
The Flash ”Flash vs. Arrow” Season 1, Episode 8
Barry is thrilled when Team Arrow come to Central City to investigate a case involving a deadly boomerang
Arrow “The Brave and the Bold” Season 3, Episode 7
Team Arrow track down the location of a boomerang-wielding killer named Digger Harkness and need a helping hand from Team Flash Finally
Marvels. Agents.of.S.H.I.E.L.D. “…Ye Who Enter Here” Season 2, Episode 9
SHIELD discovers the ancient city before Hydra, but uncovering the secrets may require one of Coulson’s team to make the ultimate sacrifice. Meanwhile, May and Skye race to get to Raina before Whitehall takes her,
ASD, Jack and Andrew talk about the Swansea result, who'd we'd actually keep if we did our time again, our favourite Spurs books and the now legendary quiz. @_echoesofglory
Movie: The Hobbit Trilogy
Kaiju: Terror of Mechagodzilla
TV: Penny Dreadful Episodes 3-4
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Our guest this week is Manfred Mann, the keyboard player from the band of the same name who had hits with Do Wah Diddy Diddy, Pretty Flamingo, Mighty Quinn and My Name Is Jack.
We talked to Manfred about music career, covering Bob Dylan, trying to sell Paul McCartney a harmonium, the difference in recording in Old Kent Road and Abbey Road, and life in South Africa, Walworth and Lee.
We’re also treated to a piano rearrangement of Queen’s We Will Rock You, which features on his new record Lone Arranger.
Alan gives his thoughts on Heroes Of The Storm, the team discuss whether music or graphics are more memorable, and Alan gets drunk on Wine Gums.
02:06 – For this weeks intro, Alan reveals the StickTwiddlers cut Harry Potter characters
05:19 – Ben's been playing a lot of Borderlands 2 and Telltale Games… games
08:02 – It's Monday, so it must mean it's time for Jamie to defend Destiny again
20:15 – Alan gives his thoughts on Blizzard's Heroes Of The Storm
30:00 – Ben ponders how the popularity of eSports and streamers affects the gaming community
34:00 – Alan gets distracted by an obscure ingredient in his packet of Wine Gums
35:48 – Sarah discovers she's bloody terrible at Super Smash Bros and Alan ODs
41:35 – Ben asks whether the team always saw the “ultra shiny” graphics in the games of their youth
52:22 – Is video game music more memorable than high-quality graphics?
57:30 – The beast awakens…
60:28 – No New Sub or Review Shout-Outs this week! What's kicking off?!
61:51 – And that's it for this weeks episode!
– Game Of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series – Episode One Review
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For the first half of the show, we are joined by Tom Ameen www.tomameenmusic.com as we talk about his newest album Magical Moments 2.
Nick promises to show us his musical talents on a Kazoo, which we very much look forward to.
Then we go back to some news items as usual.
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This weeks instalement is courtesy of our Trevor. We will get back to listener suggestions asap Movieciders. This week it’s a Guy Ritchie double with Lock, Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels & Snatch.
We fix Jon's mic issues in time to do something a little bit different as we take a detailed look at the new Game of Thrones videogame from Telltale.
We discuss how it stands up to the other Telltale stuff and the show itself as we review, compare and sometimes even regret the choices we made…
In a, frankly, tired and rambling episode I start my 2014 countdown of tunes submitted to the show this year. I give a bit more information about this artists this month but to be honest you may feel you are better of without it. Let me know.
Sam Page – Release Me, Dark Eyes 55 – Winter Vibe, Smilex – Wasted Youth, Morrison – Calico Jack, David Garlitz – I Like The Way You Move, No Snow No Alps – N.E.W., MArley Blandford – Feel The Rain, Nick Tann – Don't
From frosty north London it's a bumper festive edition of Brian & Georgina's award nominated podcast. Join B&G as they open their pressies and swig egg nog around the Christmas tree. And don't forget to go and download their sensational Christmas EP from iTunes!