CK#99: Los tebeos de los 90 molan. Entrevista a Marcos Prior.  

Cansados de la mala fama de los tebeos de los años 90, nos lanzamos a recordar qué cómics se editaron por aquella época en Japón, USA, el mercado franco-belga y España. De Japón nos llegan Alita, No se lo digas con flores, las obras de Shirow, Taniguchi o Urasawa, los neo-samurais de Kenshin o Vagabond y también Tekkonkinkreet o Uzumaki. En USA, Mark Waid y Kurt Busiek recuperaban a los superhéroes más clásicos mientras Vertigo arrasaba, nacía Hellboy, Frank Miller se convertía en una estrella, flipábamos con Clowes o el Odio de Peter Bagge o mataban a Superman. En Francia, L' Association nacía y Joann Sfar se convertía una estrella mientras el Peter Pan de Loisel o Titeuf arrasaban. Y en España mientras moría el kiosko y la revista de tebeos, un montón de editores independientes nos mostraban el trabajo de los mejores autores de hoy con obras sobresalientes como Mondo Lirondo, exitazos como Dragon Fall o curiosidades como la línea Laberinto. Los 90 fueron los años de efervescencia del manga en España, invitamos a Oriol Estrada (Capitán Urías) a sumarse al debate justo en el momento que edita su libro y documental Songokumania, el big bang del manga. Entrevistamos a uno de los mejores autores surgidos de la época Marcos Prior, creador de Potlach, Necrópolis o Gran Hotel Abismo y finalmente recomendamos tebeos de ahora: Innocent, Paper Girls y Ustedes.

Mike Harding Folk Show 213  

PODCAST: 22 Jan 2017



01 Pound A Week Rise - Siobhan Miller - Strata

02 That Won't Stop Me - Rab Noakes - The Treatment Tapes EP

03 I Live Not Where I Love - Deirdre Starr - The Tree Below The Road

04 The Spey In Spate / Cape Breton Welcome To Shetland - Dezi Donnelly - Familiar Footsteps

05 The Bitter Withy - Dave Burland - Songs And Buttered Haycocks

06 Acres Of Diamonds - Last Forever - Acres Of Diamonds

07 Mr President Have Pity On The Working Man - Steppin' In It - Simple Tunes For Troubled Times

08 England Loves A Poor Boy - Lizzie Nunnery - Company Of Ghosts

09 Fox Song - Lizzie Nunnery - Narvik

10 Take My Heart - Lizzie Nunnery - Narvik

11 A Wide Wide River To Cross - Geoff Lakeman - After All These Years

12 Crazy Man Michael - Natalie Merchant - The House Carpenter's Daughter 

13 Who Hit Nellie With The Stovepipe? - Mark Tamsula & Richard Withers - Up In The Batten House

14 The Developers Came To Tea - Zoe Lewis - A Frack Free Compilation

15 Angels Laid Him Away - Rhiannon Giddens - Freedom Highway

16 Schooldays Over - The Pitmen Poets - More Black Diamonds

17 The Banks Of Newfoundland - Siobhan Miller - Strata

18 Le Bon Buveur - Le Vent Du Nord - Mesdames Et Messieurs!

Author's Playhouse - Off Tokyo Bay (01-06-43)  

Off Tokyo Bay (Aired January 6, 1943)
Author's Playhouse was an anthology radio drama series, created by Wynn Wright, that aired on the NBC Blue Network from March 5, 1941 until October 1941. It then moved to the NBC Red Network where it was heard until June 4, 1945. Philip Morris was the sponsor in 1942-43. Premiering with "Elementals" by Stephen Vincent Benét, the series featured adaptations of stories by famous authors, such as “Mr. Mergenthwirker’s Lobbies” by Nelson Bond, "The Snow Goose" by Paul Gallico, "The Monkey's Paw" by W.W. Jacobs, "The Piano" by William Saroyan and "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" by James Thurber. Cast members included Curley Bradley, John Hodiak, Marvin Miller, Nelson Olmsted, Fern Persons, Olan Soule and Les Tremayne. THIS EPISODE: January 6, 1943. NBC network, Chicago origination. "Off Tokyo Bay". Sustaining. An exciting story about a disabled American submarine at the bottom of Tokyo bay. Richard Sayle (author), Jack Mitchell (adaptor), Frank Papp (director), Roy Shield (composer, conductor), Karl Weber. 28:34. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.

The Whistler - Treasure Hunt (01-21-46)  

Treasure Hunt (Aired January 21, 1946)
The Whistler was one of radio's most popular mystery dramas, with a 13-year run from May 16, 1942 until September 22, 1955. If it now seems to have been influenced explicitly by The Shadow, The Whistler was no less popular or credible with its listeners, the writing was first class for its genre, and it added a slightly macabre element of humor that sometimes went missing in The Shadow's longer-lived crime stories. Writer-producer J. Donald Wilson established the tone of the show during its first two years, and he was followed in 1944 by producer-director George Allen. Other directors included Sterling Tracy and Sherman Marks with final scripts by Joel Malone and Harold Swanton. A total of 692 episodes were produced, yet despite the series' fame, over 200 episodes are lost today. In 1946, a local Chicago version of The Whistler with local actors aired Sundays on WBBM, sponsored by Meister Brau beer. THIS EPISODE: January 21, 1946. CBS Pacific network. "Treasure Hunt". Sponsored by: Signal Oil. Grandpa Randolph hid $200,000 before he died, leaving behind a clue as to its location. Announcer Marvin Miller assures listeners that Signal Oil "re-arranges atoms" to make better gasoline. Signal does not split them for atomic bombs! Russell Hughes (writer), Mandel Kramer, Marvin Miller (announcer), Gerald Mohr, George W. Allen (director). 28:59. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.

Freight Train Boogie Show #370  

Show #370


Blackie and the Rodeo Kings  - Live By The Song feat. Rodney Crowell  (Kings and Kings)

Jude Johnstone - People Holding Hands (A Woman's Work)

Greg Trooper -  Paradise  (Popular Demons)

The Infamous Stringdusters - This Ol' Building  (Laws of Gravity)

(mic break)

Otis Gibbs - Sputnik Monroe (Mount Renraw)

Robt Sarazin Blake - All my Tomorrows Yesterday  (Recitative)

Evening Bell - Dead End Friends & Fair Weather Lovers (Dying Stars)

Blackie and the Rodeo Kings  - Playing By Heart feat. Buddy Miller  (Kings and Kings)

(mic break)

Ian Fitzgerald - Trouble, Me and China Lee (You Won't Even Know I'm Gone)

Steven Casper & Cowboy Angst - Restless Heart  (I Feel Like I've Got Snakes In My Head)

Tex Smith -  I'm Gonna Marry a Beautiful Girl  (Pink and Black)

Lauren Adams - The Shoe Fits  (Somewhere Else)

Ry Taylor - Unravels (Take Out Your Tongue)
(mic break)
Blackie and the Rodeo Kings  - Land Of The Living (Hamilton 2016) feat. Jason Isbell  (Kings and Kings)
Greg Trooper - Ireland  (Everywhere)

Occupy Inauguration  

Howie Klein organized today's congressional boycott of Donald Trump's inauguration. He is founder and treasurer of Blue America Pac which raises millions for progressive candidates. He also writes the Down With Tyranny! blog.  On Inauguration Day we focus on eliminating the noise and keying in on who stands to benefit the most from Donald Trump's rise to power. We remind listeners that as an agent of chaos, Trump will distract us while our treasury is looted and our planet is poisoned by incompetent errand boys working for the richest one percent.  Trump's cabinet is a murderer's row of murderers. On today's show Howie and David name names and tell you who to keep a watchful eye on. They remind us how to apply the brakes during what can only be described as a slow motion car crash. Howie and David get specific, and remind us what all Americans can do to take back control of our national destiny.  Tell us what you think in the comment section below. More David @ Tune in every Tuesday and Friday for brand new episodes of our show featuring a diverse mixture of comedians, actors, professors, comedy writers and journalists talking about your world. David writes for Triumph The Insult Comic Dog's series on Hulu and Maya and Marty on NBC. David has also won three Prime Time Emmys for comedy writing, as well as three Writers Guild Awards. He has also written on ABC's Roseanne, HBO's Dennis Miller Live, HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Academy Awards, The Emmys, and countless roasts on Comedy Central. Get Social With David: Facebook: Twitter: Subscribe to his audio podcast: iTunes: Become a subscriber to our podcast! When you join for only a $5 monthly subscription donation you’ll gain access to the David Feldman Premium Content, featuring bonus material from the funniest comedians who have been guests on the show. We accept all major credit cards. Join today and help support the show!

Trumpcast: The Anatomy of a March  

Virginia Heffernan talks to Jo Miller, the showrunner/head writer of Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, about this weekend's Women's March on Washington, the smaller Trump protest marches popping up around the country, and why those can have an even more sustainable impact.

The Anatomy of a March  

Virginia Heffernan talks to Jo Miller, the showrunner/head writer of Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, about this weekend's Women's March on Washington, the smaller Trump protest marches popping up around the country, and why those can have an even more sustainable impact.

Will Trump Keep His Campaign Pledges?  

Three businessmen advising the incoming US President tell us what to expect from him. Trade war with China? Millions of citizens stripped of their health insurance? A recarbonised US economy? Rich Lesser, chief executive of Boston Consulting Group, talks trade, tax and business policies. Toby Cosgrove, head of Cleveland Clinic healthcare, plays down fears over Obamacare. And Daniel Yergin of analytics firm IHS discusses Trump's likely energy policies. Presenter Joe Miller catches up with them on the last day of the World Economic Forum in Davos, where all three are laying out their stalls. Joe also drops in on an incongruous "Mexico Night" event in this snowy Swiss ski resort, where he finds nervous Mexicans putting on a brave face. (Picture: Donald Trump on stage at the Chairman's Global Dinner in Washington DC; Credit: Kevin Dietsch-Pool/Getty Images)

Character Unlock: The Great Switcheroo  

It's business as usual this week as Character Unlock forgets the specials... Forgets the films... And forgets to do any form of planning. In the latest episode of the video game-centric podcast, hosts John Miller and Andrew Brooker thank their lucky stars that the big conference detailing Nintendo's latest console, the Switch, happened because otherwise they would have nothing to talk about. Shambolic as ever, the lads pick apart Nintendo's new machine, the games that are/aren't coming with it and the extra gubbins you need to buy just to make it worth owning. The guys wax lyrical on whether or not it's worth picking one up at launch and whether the possibility of a new Xbox this year (that totally isn't racist) is the better option when it comes to who gets their money. In other news, there's an attempt to tackle the cancellation of Platinum Games/Microsoft exclusive JRPG Scalebound's cancellation and the closing of a studio near and dear to Brooker's heart. Also this week: John finally gets his hands on Assassin's Creed: Syndicate; Brooker tries desperately to finish even one game from his pile of shame; and both prefer Madden to real life football at the moment. Such are the lives of these boring-ass gamers. Join us again in two weeks so the guys can share stories of acting like frightened children after the release of Resident Evil VII.

Riding at 12 per cent  

The Canucks can’t really score…and yet they’re keeping themselves in the playoff mix. Jeff Paterson and Jason Botchford are back, this week from Rogers Arena. The power play remains a mess. Is there an easy fix? They could use the goals. Ryan Miller’s on fire, so is now the time to trade him? Now that […]

Britain, Trump and easyJet's headwinds  

James Dean, US Business Editor, Robert Lea, Industrial Editor and Markets reporter Alex Ralph discuss Britain's standing in the Trump administration; the state of the UK's car makers and why easyJet has run into turbulence Hosted by Robert Miller.

Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Reggie Miller and Josh Earnest (01-19-17)  

Dan and The Danettes welcome Turner Sports Analyst Reggie Miller and White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest.

Scottish Music #292  

Awesome Scottish music is pretty easy to find. There's a lot of brilliant traditional songs as well as modern songs and songwriters coming out of Scotland. This show touches on a teeny, tiny portion of the Scottish music I have in my catalog. You can expect a lot more when we hit our $500 milestone on Patreon. In the meantime, enjoy music from The Rogues, Bonnie Rideout, Battlefield Band, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Ed Miller, Andrew McKee, Wicked Tinkers, Don Grieve, Brobdingnagian Bards, Caledonia Swing, Lady Moon, The Freestylers of Piping, Jasper Coal, Hugh Morrison, Jiggernaut, Kilted Kings. Shownotes at

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This Week in Celtic Music

0:39 "Jigs: Partners in Time, Ian McCleod, The Seagull, The Hen's March" by The Rogues from Scottish Rogues

6:46 "Invergarry Castle/Sutherland Calquhoun's Jig/O as" by

The Best Movies of 2016  
0:00:00 - 0:34:27 - Bonus Beats - movies, scenes, or performances we loved that did not make our top 10s. Including: Wiener Dog, Midnight Special, Certain Women, Moonlight, Fences, Hail Caesar, Deepwater Horizon, Patriot's Day, 13 Hours, Age of Shadows, Train to Busan, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Hunt For The Wilderpeople.  0:34:28 - 2:39:30 - Top Tens! (presented in alphabetical order) Certain Women (2016), directed by Kelly Reichardt, starring Laura Dern, James Le Gros, Jared Harris, Lily Gladstone, Kristen Stewart, and Michelle Williams. Christine (2016), directed by Antonio Campos, starring Rebecca Hall, Michael C. Hall, Tracy Letts and Maria Dizzia. Demon (2016), directed by Marcin Wrona, starring Itay Tiran, Tomasz Schuchardt, and Andrej Grabowski. Elle (2016), directed by Paul Verhoeven, starring Isabelle Huppert, Christian Berkel, Anna Cosigny, Virginie Elfera, Laurente Lafitte, and Jonas Bloquet.  Green Room (2016), directed by Jeremy Saulnier, starring Anton Yelchin, Alia Shawkat, Imogen Poots, Patrick Stewart, and Macon Blair. The Handmaiden (2016), directed by Park Chan-Wook, starring Kim Min-hee, Kim Tae-ri, Ha Jung-woo, and Cho Jin-woong. High Rise (2016), directed by Ben Wheatley, starring Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller, Elizabeth Moss, Luke Evans, James Purefoy, Keely Hawes, Stacy Martin, and Reece Sheersmith. Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016), directed by Taika Waititi, starring Sam Neill, Julian Dennison, Rima Te Wiata, Rachel House, Rhys Darby, and Taika Waititi.  Hypernormalisation (2016), directed by Adam Curtis The Invitation (2016), directed by Karyn Kusama, starring Logan-Marshall Green, Tammy Blanchard, Michael Huisman, John Carrol Lynch, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Lindsay Burge, Jay Larson, and Toby Huss.  Manchester By the Sea (2016), directed by Kenneth Lonergan, starring Casey Affleck, Kyle Chandler, Michelle Williams, Lucas Hedges, Gretchen Mol, Tate Donovan, and Matthew Broderick. Moonlight (2016), directed by Barry Jenkins, starring Trevante Rhodes, Andre Holland, Mahershala Ali, Naomi Harris, and Janelle Monae. Nerve (2016), directed by Ariel Schulman & henry Joost, starring Emma Roberts, Dave Franco, Machinegun Kelly, and Juliette Lewis. The Nice Guys (2016), directed by Shane Black, starring Ryan Gosling, Russel Crowe, Angourie Rice, Matt Bomer, Margaret Qualley and Keith David.  Right Now, Wrong Then (2016), directed by Hong Sang-Soo, starring Jung Jae-young, Kim Min-hee, Youn Yun-jung, and Gi Ju-bong. SPL 2 / Killzone 2 (2016), directed by Soi Cheang, starring Tony Jaa, Wu Jing, Simon Yam, Zhang Jin, Louis Koo, and Ken Lo.  The Wailing (2016), directed by Na Hong-jin, starring Kwak Do-Wan, Hwang Jung-min, Jun Kunimura, Chun Woo-hee, and Kim Hwan-hee.

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Tucker's Top 10 The Wailing Green Room Elle Killzone 2 The Handmaiden Manchester By the Sea Demon The Nice Guys The Invitation Hunt For the Wilderpeople Morgan's Top 10 The Wailing The Handmaiden Green Room Right Now, Wrong Then Hunt for the Wilderpeople The Invitation Moonlight / Certain Women Nerve Christine / Manchester By the Sea Elle Sean's Top 10 Elle (my immediate reaction to this movie was that it was the best movie I'd seen since in a solid fucking decade) The Wailing The Invitation High Rise Green Room Nice Guys Nerve Hypernormalisation Christine Manchester By the Sea Next Week: Sleepless, Paddington, maybe more on Elle! Our outro music this week: is "Sixteen" by Iggy Pop. And our intro, as always, is from Escape From New York.  You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. For a quick look at who has been on the show before and what movies have been discussed in each episode, look at our one-page episode guide. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to monthly criticism from the hosts. You can follow the show on twittertumblrletterboxd and facebook. The hosts are on twitter too - TuckerMorgan, and Sean.  2017: be afraid, be very afraid.


Eps 7 - The Rise Of British Wrestling  

It's your weekly dose of Hurricanrana Off The Top Rope pro-wrestling chat as Simon Miller & Chris Fox sit down to discuss everything that's gone on in the wrestling world!


With Joanna Robinson from Vanity Fair, Dave Gonzales, and Neil Miller from Film School Rejects! Welcome to another off season tour episode of A STORM OF SPOILERS! This week, in a rambling Storm of Spoilers - We begin with reviews and reactions to last week's Mailbag Special before moving into a reckoning with the BBC's Sherlock (see previous episode) now that the new series is over. Then, while Joanna was at the TCA panels, Neil and Da7e watched the Brit Marling/Zal Batmanglij Netflix series The OA and... well, there's a lot to unpack. THIS WEEK'S TIMECODES: 0:00:00 - Intro, Reviews, Responses 0:13:00 - Sherlock Redux and The OA 00:59:48 - Outro, Thought Bubble! Follow Neil (@rejects), Joanna (@jowrotethis), Da7e (@da7e) and the show (@StormofSpoilers) on Twitter! 

Europe Reacts to Britain's Brexit Plans  

Following prime minister Theresa May's Brexit speech, we gauge reaction in Europe. Pieter Omtzigt is a Dutch member of parliament and offers us his thoughts. Also in the programme, the BBC's Joe Miller reports from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where the twin shocks of Brexit and the election of Donald Trump are making life a little less comfortable for the global elites gathered there. Our regular economic commentator Roger Bootle from Capital Economics ponders the future of trade between the US and China, as a war of words about protectionism escalates. Tourists are fleeing the west African nation of The Gambia, amid political chaos there, as the BBC's Thomas Fessy reports. Plus we hear how the legacy of Elvis Presley is helping to throw an economic lifeline to struggling outback towns in Australia.

Keep It Saxy | BEB 259  


Bronze Radio Return, Down THere,
Slam Allen, Feel These Blues,
Paul Gabriel, Old Time Ball,
Tom ”The Suit” Forst, Unfaithfully Yours,
Hayley Taylor, Sweet Life,
Vanessa Collier, Keep It Saxy,
Terry Hanck Band, Whatcha Gonna Do When Your Baby Leaves You,
Nancy Wright, Blues For The Westside,
The Joey Gilmore Band, Man Of My Word,
Sugar Ray & The Bluetones, Living Tear To Tear,
Jason Ricci, Down At The Juke,
Dennis Gruenling, Give Me Back My Heart,
Reverend Freakchild, In My Time Of Dyin’,
Ray Brooks, Walk Out Like A Lady,
Omar Coleman & Westside Soul, Somebody’s There When I’m Not,
Diana Rein, The Real Thing,
Tom Craig & Soul Patch, Louita,
Corey Dennison Band, Getcha Pull!,
Jonn Del Toro Richardson, Tengo Blues,
Guy King, The Same This That Makes You Laugh,
Randy Mcallister, Roll With The Flow,
John Mayall, The Devil Must Be Laughing,
Biscuit Miller, Use To Love Me,
Mississippi Heat, Smooth Operator,
Alexis P. Suter Band, Nuthin’ In The World,
Janiva Magness, Love Wins Again,
Ana Popovic, Summer Rain,
The Alchemystics, DAnce Upon The Corner,
Brian Charette, Late Night Tv,
Mojomatics, Soy Baby

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#30 Om serier – mer än bara masker och mantlar  

Grafiska romaner står i centrum när gänget snackar allt från Judge Dredd och krystmarodörer till feministiska queer-serier och biografier från den iranska revolutionen. En salig mix, som alltid i Fulkultur!



Comixology (seriebutik)

Seriewikin (referens)

Marvel Unlimited (prenumerationstjänst)

Persepolis (Marjane Satrapi, 2007)

Var ska jag lägga mitt huvud? (Rakhsha Razani, 2015)

Batman - Year One (Frank Miller, David Mazzucchelli 1987)

Batman - The Dark Knight Returns (Frank Miller, 1986)

Maus (Art Spiegelman, 1991)

Hey Princess (Mats Jonsson, 2002)

Mats Kamp (Mats Jonsson, 2011)

Nattbarn (Hanna Gustavsson, 2013)

Iggy 4-ever (Hanna Gusstavsson, 2015)

Ghost World (Daniel Clowes, 1997)

Det som händer i skogen (Hilding Sandgren, 2014)

Vägarna är som tvättbrädor här (Hilding Sandgren, 2016)

Pixy (Max Andersson, 1994)

Det växer (Julia Hansen, 2015)

Saga (Brian K. Vaughan, Fiona Staples, 2012 -)

Y: The Last Man (Brian K. Vaughan, Pia Guerra, 2002 - 2008)

Ex Machina (Brian K. Vaughn, 2004 – 2010)

V for Vendetta (Alan Moore, 1988)

The Saga of the Swamp Thing (Alan Moore, 1984 - 1987)

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Alan Moore, 1999 –)

Judgement on Gotham (Alan Grant, John Wagner, Simon Bisley, 1991)

Lobo (Roger Slifer, 1983-)

Judge Dredd: The complete case files (John Wagner, 2010)

Den röda vintern (Anneli Furmark, 2014)

Åror (Elias Ericson 2013)

Husfrid (Alison Bechdel, 2006)

Cowgirls (serie, Karolina Bång 2011)ång

Lost girls (Alan Moore, 1991-2006)

Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art (Scott McCloud, 1993)

Reinventing Comics (Scott McCloud, 2000)

Making Comics (Scott McCloud, 2006)

Fucking SOFO (Lena Ackebo, 2010-

Fulkultur 0

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