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This week on The Bugcast: Dave flies solo, a legend is bowled out, and air-drops into the PRK, plus we play our usual mix of 8 great tracks of Creative Commons music!
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In an episode that's sure to please, Iggy actually gets to take centre stage as he faces Dio's guard-falcon, Pet Shop. And we get introspective with our canine hero as Iggy finally speaks! Can he overcome the murderous behaviour of his flying adversary, and can Brian remember key details of a cartoon he only watched half an hour ago? Find out on the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Podcast from Dynamite In The Brain and Secret Of The Sailor Madness!
The post Let's Go JoJo! Episode 38 – The Guardian of Hell, Pet Shop (Part 1) appeared first on Dynamite In The Brain.
A very late "It's Science, Bitch!" Unedited, accapellaed and ridiculous for your pleasure, and our guilt ridden ease. It's light on the science but far froms science free as Thom & Matt talk about head transplants, mice, space and boardgames. There's also a large amount of singing.
Daniel talks to Joel Windels, VP of Inbound Marketing at Brandwatch, about the company's rapid growth and their ethos and culture that underpins building a community of active global users. Joel also talks about what’s next for Brandwatch with some interesting predictions on what he believes will be driving change and development on social networks.
Find out more about Brandwatch by visiting their website
Panel Borders: Neal Adams’ Relevant Comics
Continuing a month of show about creators whose passion for comics leads them to do more than just create strips for the medium, Alex Fitch talks to legendary creator Neal Adams, one of the defining artists of the Superhero ‘Silver Age’. Adams is best known for his work on Batman and Green Lantern / Green Arrow with writer Dennis O’Neil in the 1970s, dragging the Dark Knight Detective out of the camp 1960s era and adding a strand of social realism to the latter comic, addressing issues of racism, drug abuse and civil unrest.
As well as being credited with creating ‘relevant comics’ within the hero genre, Adams also has championed creators rights in the industry and in recent years returned to Batman and the X-Men for celebrated mini-series as writer and artist. (Originally broadcast Thursday 9th April, 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 (Recorded at London Super Comic Con, March 2015)
Links: Neal Adams' website
Article on relevant comics at prawnworks.net
Listen to Alex's interview with another celebrated Green Arrow artist Mike Grell and fellow Bucky O'Hare artist, Michael Golden
This month: a torrent of great new music from some of our favourite artists, plus some names new to us. Babba tells the Story Behind one of the best folk songs of the 20th Century, and we pay tribute to a folk music hero who has recently passed away.
Song On The Times by Mawkin
from the album "The Ties That Bind" (2015)
Ain't No Trouble by Luke Jackson
from the EP "This Family Tree" (2015)
Murder In Trust by Tom Fitton
from the EP "The Marsh Road And Other Tales" (2015)
My Home by The Moon Band
from the album "The Moon Band" (2105)
Song For Home by Heg & The Wolf Chorus
from the EP "Make It Rain" (2015)
Home by Fairport Convention
from the album "Myths And Heroes" (2015)
Ranzo by The Demon Barbers
from the album "Disco At The Tavern" (2015)
Amant Volage by Le Vent Du Nord
from the album "Tetu" (2015)
Time Machine by Damh The Bard
from the album "Sabbat" (2015)
The Line by Roseanna Ball
from the album "Geography" (2014)
And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda by Eric Bogle (1971)
Heaven's Inside You by James J Turner
from the EP "Singer-Songwriter" (May 1st 2015)
The Smasher by Rura
from the album "Despite The Dark" (2015)
Can't Keep From Crying
by John Renbourn
In episode 276, Mark and Sam talk about Big Trouble In Little China and the usual mix of movies, TV and video games, including:
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