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Panel Borders: Scott Pilgrim, Lost at Sea
Concluding his two part interview with Bryan Lee O’Malley, Alex Fitch talks to the author about his debut graphic novel Lost at Sea and his seminal six part series Scott Pilgrim. Fitch and O’Malley discuss the film adaptation of the latter, O’Malley’s use of autobiographical incidents which inform his work and pencilling covers for comics by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie. Also, in a podcast exclusive, the episode includes brief interviews with Edgar Wright and Michael Cera recorded at the London premiere of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. (Recorded in front of an audience at the British Library, August 2014, and originally broadcast 25th September 2014 on Resonance 104.4 FM)
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: Bryan's website – www.radiomaru.com and wikipedia page
Listen to Alex's interview with Scott Pilgrim vs. the World director Edgar Wright
More info about Scott Pilgrim and Lost at Sea on the Oni Press website
More info about Seconds at www.selfmadehero.com
Reviews of the British Library event at www.brokenfrontier.com and www.cakeswithfaces.co.uk
You can also watch a video of the previous part of this interview on youtube:
Pluto! Pluto! Here, Pluto!
Pluto is a long way away, and is a barren, featureless rock. No wait, that's Australia (just kidding, kangaroo lovers!).
Some people can't make up their minds about things. Spaciticians can't make up their minds whether something is a planet, or a speck on their telescope. So Pluto has always provided them with a tough challenge.
Is it a planet? Is it a floaty rock? Let battle commence!
Alex – Brian Mackenwells
Chris / waiter – Dan Bond
Chairman – Dan Booth
Sam – Simon Wilson
Kate – Anna Griffiths
Andrew / a human – David Ault
Written by Dan Bond & Brian Mackenwells
Produced by Dan Booth
Some sound effects provided by Freesound.org
Orlando Attraction Tickets have joined us as sponsors
We hope you enjoy this episode.
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We feature two great guests this week.
Piers Corbyn's website is here: http://www.weatheraction.com/
Richard Dolan features on the podcast, his website is here: http://www.richarddolanpress.com/
I continue my pagan mumblings, as this was recorded during my pagan week. That's over now. For those not following this thread I'm currently trying out new beliefs and this week I've realised the truth is in The Lord Jesus Christ, in a Gnostic context. It's much trickier to pull off monotheism. It's so antithetical to me. Or it was. Managed to say my prayers a bit last night. Do Gnostic Christians do that? My only real guide to their beliefs is a book by Philip K Dick.
Here's the famous Independent story about how there's going to be no more snow thanks to 'global warming'. http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/snowfalls-are-now-just-a-thing-of-the-past-724017.html
I tweet here: www.twitter.com/nickmargerrison
The music on the podcast comes from here: https://twitter.com/quislingmeet
Richard Dolan tweets here: https://twitter.com/RichDolan
Piers Corbyn tweets here: https://twitter.com/Piers_Corbyn
Alex and Rob cast an irreverent eye over local news from their respective home towns.
Listeners can submit stories from their local area to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Stories this week include:
Also revealed: Rob forgets the lobster...
We chat about Stronghold Crusader 2, everything new in Dota 2 and Dan's ever growing adventures in Skyrim. In part 2 we have a sexy quiz from the never mentioned and often discounted Big Book of Pub Quizes and we lay out the plans for a bigger and better show.
Dan and Ant were on Screams and Moans podcast, you can find on episode 22 at screamsandmoans.com
Follow us on Twitter for the news of our second coming: @Pileofshamepc or on@LordAntman@NotADrDan@7oClockShadow@ToxicBuddha
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Hello, Folkie Phil here. And you might well be expecting the October edition of FolkCast to be released this weekend. Well, sorry to disappoint you. Because of the way the calendar is working out, and because we've only just released our Autumn Crackler special, I've decided to delay the next show, but only for another seven days.
So, FolkCast 101 for October 2014 will emerge blinking into the light on Sunday the 5th. And November's show will also be a week later than scheduled, on November 2nd. After that we'll be back on the calendar with December's show out on the last day of November, Sunday 30th.
Also coming soon, of course, will be the Selection Box, a special show for Winter and Christmas full of handpicked seasonal music that, as is customary with FolkCast, is going to be rather different - and, between you and me - rather better than most of the music you hear elsewhere at that time of year. So, if you're a musician and you have a song you think would fit the theme, get in touch. Go to folkcast.co.uk and click on the Send Music link for full instructions, or simply email us via email@example.com of you need help.
Right, I'm off to sift through the latest releases from the worlds of folk, folk-rock, singer-songwriter and roots music, and I'll be back with a new show on October 5th. Until then ... bye byyyyee!
Episode 134: John Grindrod author of Concretopia: A Journey around the Rebuilding of Postwar Britain. We talk about the book, National Theatre, Festival of Britain, prefabs in Catford, New Addington and Croydon.
Main movies: Batman Begins, The Dark Knight
Kaiju: Destroy All Monsters
TV: Planet of the Apes episodes 5-6