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It's all good people Andrew Foster - Memory Maze, Baiki (who I now know are Belgian , so take back all I said about their name. It is pronounced “Buy-Key”sorry) – Walks The Line, Crumb Catchers – Burgers, Rayne – The Great Burden, The Glass Child – The Fall, David Garlitz – Blue Skies, Nick Tann – Don't
Panel Borders: Pat Mills' Great War comics
Continuing a month of shows about war comics, Alex Fitch talks to Pat Mills, one of the acclaimed masters of the genre. Alex and Pat discuss the completion of Titan Books’ reprints of his classic strip Charley’s War, his adaptation of Isaac Rosenberg’s “Dead man’s Dump” in the war poetry and comics collection Above the Dreamless Dead published by First Second Books, and his introduction to the anthology To End all Wars from Soaring Penguin Press. (Originally broadcast 16th October 2014 on Resonance 104.4 FM)
Covers of Charley's War omnibus and Above the dreamless dead / interior art from Dead Man's Dump / cover of To end all Wars
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: Pat Mills' website
Charley's War tribute website
More info about Above the Dreamless Dead on First Second Books' website
More info about To end all wars on Soaring Penguin Press' website
With all manner of stories bubbling under the surface of motorsport, now is a good time to canvas the opinion of journalist Joe Saward on events shaping the world of F1.
In this episode I’m introducing the topic and format of the next series of PodCraft, and it’s something a little different. Next, I’m including an interview I did with the Boagworld guys a few months ago talking about the Podcast Host. If you’re interested in a little more detail on […]
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Main movies: Halloween 1-3
Kaiju: Godzilla's Revenge
TV: Planet of the Apes episodes 9-10
Also, these videogames:
And these movies:
It's all the way back to Earth year 1984 this week, and another visit to Eternia, to check in on everyone's favourite living skeleton and his struggle against He-Man. It's not going so well, to be honest. So much so, that Skeletor's had to resort to using Mer Man to attack Prince Adam and the Royal Family on their summer holidays. Maybe Skeletor should have used Nicholas Witchell instead. I bet King Randor HATES Nicholas Witchell.
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ASD is joined by Darryl from Proud Lilywhites, Jack and Andrew to go over City, objects Spurs players probably invented and a rock hard quiz. Which Andrew wins.
Peter Sattler's debut feature Camp X-Ray sees Kristen Stewart's fresh army recruit stationed as a guard at Guantanamo Bay confronted by the uncertainty of guilt and innocence when she strikes up an unusual friendship with Payman Maadi's charismatic detainee. We sat down with Sattler at the London Film Festival to discuss how his background in numerous below the line roles prepared him for the jump to the director's chair and the tricky conundrum of maintaining an audience’s interest in a movie which at its core is about monotony.
When you’re making a small independent film, time is currency & you have to pick the most important things for the film.
A young woman joins the military to be part of something bigger than herself and her small town roots, but ends up as a rookie guard at Guantanamo Bay. Her mission is far from black and white, as she is surrounded by hostile jihadists and aggressive male squad mates. When she strikes up an unusual friendship with one of the detainees, both of their worlds are forever shifted.
Alex and Rob cast an irreverent eye over local news from their respective home towns.
Listeners can submit stories from their local area to:email@example.com
Stories this week include:
Also revealed: The animal noises make a welcome return...