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582 - April Poster Countdown with Mitch Putnam  

Mitch Is Back And The Show Is STACKED AND PACKED - 25+ Design Topics And Projects Reviewed 

A quick wrap up of Never Grow Up, the second Disney / Mondo poster show, and the social media value of decorating your physical space.

Masters of None returns to Netflix. We talk about Jay Shaw’s working relationship with Aziz Ansari and the show. As well as we learn Jay’s half sister, Caley Hicks, is a full on illustration threat.  

Jeremy Spears has our number 10 poster. We love it’s textures and composition but question a couple of items that feel out of place. 

Rob Jones at number nine shows us the deep personal thoughts of the continuing Grief series and how he remains on top of the collage game for a difficult Third Man Records poster gig. 

Poster number 8 shows us that a toned down print Daniel Danger is still much louder than most folks best efforts. 

Ghoulish Gary Pullin and Jason Edmiston interrupt the poster countdown with some really great work that we believe will find its way into a future countdown. Mitch explains to Mark how a career renaissance for both of these Canadians came a boot. 

How color separations became an industry and the real star of the modern poster making process, even creating new careers for creative veterans like John Smith.

A listener asks “What’s the big deal about the text block rights in movie poster design?” we explain it’s visual and business appeal. 

The Thing, the game, Mondo dives into making their first movie themed boardgames and the creative mind of Jay Shaw is at the helm once again. 

Poster number 7 on our countdown by Sam Wolfe Connelly brings up a discussion on the difference between film posters and video game posters.

We Buy Your Kids pop up with our 6 best poster of the month and start a dialogue on creating truly original work in a saturated creative market. 

PART TWO - The Circle of Trust

Mike Mitchell celebrates May The 4th with a long awaited portrait of Darth Vader and a Storm Trooper. Hear how hard it was to get those beautiful classic amber lenses in the final piece. 

Mondo celebrated the new Guardians of the Galaxy film with a new GOTG art print by Paolo Rivera and a Tom Whalen pin drop. We explore when it’s the right time to change your printing method to create a more authentic product and how Mondo masters the pin game with Strong Stuff.

Leslie Herman is sitting pretty at number 5 with his newest and most ambitious print to date for Ween. This print showcases how composition and detailing will show people you’re a master at illustration, even if you choose to do it a little loose and little sloppy.

Landland shows up at number 4 with a pending plagiarism lawsuit from Mark Brickey. But before the lawyers make us all enemies, we enjoy how much work goes into Dan Blacks process and how you can really tell he’s in it for the love of the game. 

James Jean throws everything at the wall on our third poster and we love it all. Any square inch of this crowded piece would be a reason for any other artist to hit a career milestone but for JJ it’s just another day at the office. 

We go back to midcentury design with Laurent Durieux’s second best print of the month for The Graduate. It’s a real beauty on screen but we explore how the printed version would be a masterpiece by comparison to it’s jpeg counterpart. 

The impossible to predict N.C. Winters steals the month and the countdown’s number one spot with his fresh take on the classic Aliens property. Taking a known element and presenting it in a new creative environment takes the month with this simplified and bright composition for a franchise that’s known for existing in the dark and the chaotic.  

But wait there’s even more!

Leigh Mulley confuses us with a painting that is so damn good it gets disqualified from the countdown because Mark foolishly assumes that it’s a photograph. Now we know Leigh is a painter, and a great one at that. 

Dark Hall Mansion just can’t seem to find the proper rhythm for their ongoing work with Peanuts. Just when we got excited about Dave Perillo’s new print, the best one DHM has made in a number of months, we get confused all over again with the Jeff Granito black light piece. It’s a great illustration and composition, but we just can’t get past the color schemes strange tone. 

Carlos Valenzuela gives us a crowed Masters of The Universe battle scene that is rendered very well, but could really use a hierarchy in it’s composition to make the battle seem more intense and in the process create higher visual stakes. 

Lastly we talk about the epic age of discovery that Kevin Tong has been exploring the last 4/5 years and how he may be the guy that invented many of the new tricks that forever changed what the industry and art world would come to think you could create within silkscreen. 

Get Out : brillant film d'horreur antiraciste  

Un jeune homme noir, Chris, est invité chez sa belle-famille avec sa copine blanche. Rapidement, le malaise s’installe, et tout déraille dans un pur cinéma de genre, mais traversé par un propos politique. En résulte un double effet d’angoisse : celle typique des codes du cinéma d’horreur sur lesquelles le film s’appuie, mais aussi l’effroi face au racisme. En mettant en scène un personnage afro-américain, Jordan Peele fait résonner les agressions du quotidien, du contrôle de police aux remarques des beaux-parents. La tension est admirablement bien amenée, le spectateur se retrouve happé jusqu’au dénouement qui flirte avec la comédie et la satire. Loin d’apaiser la violence du propos, le rire amplifie la tension et la terreur. Un premier long métrage remarquablement réalisé, et soutenu par un casting brillant. Animé par Charline Roux avec David Honnorat, Léa Bodin et Max Besnard RÉFÉRENCES CITÉES DANS L’ÉMISSION Key & Peele (Jordan Peele & Keegan-Michael Key, Comedy Central, 2012-2015), Halloween, la nuit des masques (John Carpenter, Compass International Pictures, 1978), Quinze millions de mérites (Black Mirror Episode 2 Saison 1, Charlie Brooker, Netflix, 2011), Le projet Blair Witch (Daniel Myrick & Eduardo Sànchez, Haxan Films, 1999), Chappelle’s Show (Dave Chappelle & Neal Brennan, Comedy Central, 2003-2006), Rosemary’s Baby (Roman Polanski, Paramount Picture, 1968), The Visit (Shyamalan, Blinding Edge Production, 2015), Tarantino, Red State (Kevin Smith, Lionsgate, 2011), Severance (Christopher Smith, Dan Film & Qwerty Film, 2006), Dear White People (Julien Simien, 2014). RECOMMANDATIONS ET COUPS DE COEUR RETROUVEZ LES RECOMMANDATIONS FAITES EN FIN D'ÉMISSION sur la page Soundcloud officielle des recommandations de NoCiné >> @nocine-reco

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British pork, Scottish seaweed, Pillar 2  

Charlotte Smith speaks Michael Fletcher from Co-op about their move to sell only British pork in their stores, including bacon. Zoe Davis of the National Pig Association says why this is great news for the British pork industry. Kevin Keane reports from one of the UK's first seaweed farms. Peter Midmore, Professor of Economics at the University of Aberystwyth tells you everything you need to know about Pillar 2 payments but were too afraid to ask, beginning a week on the second pillar of EU payments to British farmers. Producer: Toby Field.

04-28-17 - Kevin Smith - SUL - Evening With Podcasts - Call In  

Writer/Director/Actor, Kevin Smith (Chasing Amy, Clerks) called in to talk about a bevy of topics including remaking our ideas for Empty Nest Flinstones & Jetsons, his ceremonious bouncing from a Southwest flight and to promote his upcoming one man Q&A show 'An Evening With Kevin Smith' Saturday May 13th at Stand Up Live. For tickets/info for SUL call 480.719.6100 or click to www.standuplive.com

RapaduraNews 010 - A Dança das Datas, As Vozes Misteriosas e Os Filmes da Nossa Infância!  

Este é o décimo episódio do novíssimo RapaduraNews, o podcast da redação do site Cinema com Rapadura e este será um espaço para os redatores compartilharem, com vocês ouvintes, um pouco do nosso amor pela sétima arte. Aqui, nós comentamos as principais notícias e estreias da semana, para manter você informado sobre tudo o que acontece no espetacular mundo do cinema!

E hoje teremos um programa pra lá de especial, falando, além das notícias e das estreias da semana, sobre os nossos filmes queridos da infância e, para tal, contamos com as imprescindíveis participações dos rapadurianos Jurandir Filho e Wilker Medeiros, e dos nossos queridos colegas de redação, Ana Louise e Breno Damascena!!

|| PARTICIPANTES
Lely Thaís e Rogério Montanare

|| NOTÍCIAS COMENTADAS NO PROGRAMA
X-Men: Fênix Negra ganha data de lançamento para 2018
O Rei Leão | Live-action da Disney ganha data de estreia
Disney anuncia datas de estreia de Star Wars 9, Indiana Jones 5, Frozen 2 e mais
Kingsman: O Círculo Dourado | Veja o primeiro trailer da sequência
Avatar | Sequências ganham data de estreia
Predador | Filme tem data de estreia adiada
Sobrenatural: Capítulo 4 | Data de estreia é adiada
Aladdin | Will Smith pode viver o Gênio no live-action da Disney
Aladdin | Disney foi atrás de Kevin Hart antes de Will Smith para interpretar o Gênio
O Rei Leão | Seth Rogen e Billy Eichner podem dublar Timão e Pumba no live-action

|| ASSISTA AOS TRAILERS DOS FILMES
–  "Guardiões da Galáxia Vol. 2"
–  "Além da Ilusão"
– "Elon Não Acredita na Morte"

|| LISTAGEM DOS FILMES FAVORITOS DE INFÂNCIA DA REDAÇÃO
- Jurandir Filho: "O Rei Leão", "Jurassic Park" e "O Exterminador do Futuro 2";
- Silas Guedes: "Lilo e Stitch", "O Senhor dos Anéis: A Sociedade do Anel" e "Star Wars II: Ataque dos Clones";
- Breno Damascena: "Eu Sei o que Vocês Fizeram no Verão Passado", "Curtindo a Vida Adoidado" e "Toy Story 2";
- Wilker Medeiros: "O Exterminador do Futuro 2", "Duro de Matar" e "Robocop";
- Vinícius Volcof: "Um Herói de Brinquedo", "A.I - Inteligência Artificial" e "Toy Story";
- Davi Cardoso: "Jumanji", "Toy Story" e "Harry Potter e a Pedra Filosofal";
- Carlos Alberto Jr: "Star Wars VI: O Retorno de Jedi", "Indiana Jones e a Última Cruzada" e "Superman - O Filme";
- Alan Christian: "O Rei Leão", "Meu Vizinho Totoro" e "Jurassic Park";
- Romulo Sousa: "Homem Aranha", "Harry Potter e o Prisioneiro de Azkaban" e "Jurassic Park";
- Martinho Neto: "Lilo e Stitch", "Os Incríveis" e "O Auto da Compadecida";
- Hanna Raíssa: "As Namoradas do Papai", "Harry Potter e a Pedra Filosofal" e "Jumanji";
- Rafael Matos: "Star Wars IV: Uma Nova Esperança", "Robocop" e "Batman";
- Ana Louise: "Tarzan", "Jumanji" e "O Rei Leão"; - Robinson Samulak Alves: "Pateta: O Filme", "Jurassic Park" e "Marte Ataca";
- Arthur Grieser: "O Rei Leão", "Toy Story" e "Space Jam"; - Caio Ferreira: "Tarzan", "Star Wars IV: Uma Nova Esperança" e "Pokémon 2000";
- Lely Thaís: ... (você terá que ouvir o cast para saber!! rs...) - Rogério Montanare: ... (você terá que ouvir o cast para saber!! rs...)

|| ASSINE O RAPADURANEWS
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|| NOSSOS CONTATOS
WhatsApp: (85) 999 335 662
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RapaduraNews 010 - A Dança das Datas, As Vozes Misteriosas e Os Filmes da Nossa Infância!  

Este é o décimo episódio do novíssimo RapaduraNews, o podcast da redação do site Cinema com Rapadura e este será um espaço para os redatores compartilharem, com vocês ouvintes, um pouco do nosso amor pela sétima arte. Aqui, nós comentamos as principais notícias e estreias da semana, para manter você informado sobre tudo o que acontece no espetacular mundo do cinema!

E hoje teremos um programa pra lá de especial, falando, além das notícias e das estreias da semana, sobre os nossos filmes queridos da infância e, para tal, contamos com as imprescindíveis participações dos rapadurianos Jurandir Filho e Wilker Medeiros, e dos nossos queridos colegas de redação, Ana Louise e Breno Damascena!!

|| PARTICIPANTES
Lely Thaís e Rogério Montanare

|| NOTÍCIAS COMENTADAS NO PROGRAMA
X-Men: Fênix Negra ganha data de lançamento para 2018
O Rei Leão | Live-action da Disney ganha data de estreia
Disney anuncia datas de estreia de Star Wars 9, Indiana Jones 5, Frozen 2 e mais
Kingsman: O Círculo Dourado | Veja o primeiro trailer da sequência
Avatar | Sequências ganham data de estreia
Predador | Filme tem data de estreia adiada
Sobrenatural: Capítulo 4 | Data de estreia é adiada
Aladdin | Will Smith pode viver o Gênio no live-action da Disney
Aladdin | Disney foi atrás de Kevin Hart antes de Will Smith para interpretar o Gênio
O Rei Leão | Seth Rogen e Billy Eichner podem dublar Timão e Pumba no live-action

|| ASSISTA AOS TRAILERS DOS FILMES
–  "Guardiões da Galáxia Vol. 2"
–  "Além da Ilusão"
– "Elon Não Acredita na Morte"

|| LISTAGEM DOS FILMES FAVORITOS DE INFÂNCIA DA REDAÇÃO
- Jurandir Filho: "O Rei Leão", "Jurassic Park" e "O Exterminador do Futuro 2";
- Silas Guedes: "Lilo e Stitch", "O Senhor dos Anéis: A Sociedade do Anel" e "Star Wars II: Ataque dos Clones";
- Breno Damascena: "Eu Sei o que Vocês Fizeram no Verão Passado", "Curtindo a Vida Adoidado" e "Toy Story 2";
- Wilker Medeiros: "O Exterminador do Futuro 2", "Duro de Matar" e "Robocop";
- Vinícius Volcof: "Um Herói de Brinquedo", "A.I - Inteligência Artificial" e "Toy Story";
- Davi Cardoso: "Jumanji", "Toy Story" e "Harry Potter e a Pedra Filosofal";
- Carlos Alberto Jr: "Star Wars VI: O Retorno de Jedi", "Indiana Jones e a Última Cruzada" e "Superman - O Filme";
- Alan Christian: "O Rei Leão", "Meu Vizinho Totoro" e "Jurassic Park";
- Romulo Sousa: "Homem Aranha", "Harry Potter e o Prisioneiro de Azkaban" e "Jurassic Park";
- Martinho Neto: "Lilo e Stitch", "Os Incríveis" e "O Auto da Compadecida";
- Hanna Raíssa: "As Namoradas do Papai", "Harry Potter e a Pedra Filosofal" e "Jumanji";
- Rafael Matos: "Star Wars IV: Uma Nova Esperança", "Robocop" e "Batman";
- Ana Louise: "Tarzan", "Jumanji" e "O Rei Leão"; - Robinson Samulak Alves: "Pateta: O Filme", "Jurassic Park" e "Marte Ataca";
- Arthur Grieser: "O Rei Leão", "Toy Story" e "Space Jam"; - Caio Ferreira: "Tarzan", "Star Wars IV: Uma Nova Esperança" e "Pokémon 2000";
- Lely Thaís: ... (você terá que ouvir o cast para saber!! rs...) - Rogério Montanare: ... (você terá que ouvir o cast para saber!! rs...)

|| ASSINE O RAPADURANEWS
iTunes: Tem iPhone/iPad/Mac? Adiciona aí!
Android/WindowsPhone: Esse link é o do feed/rss do sucesso!

|| NOSSOS CONTATOS
WhatsApp: (85) 999 335 662
Youtube: RapaduraTV
Instagram: @cinemacomrapadura
Twitter: @rapadura
Facebook: /cinemacomrapadura
Telegram: /cinemacomrapadura

SEN Breakfast - Best of Week 13  

The best bits from Week 13 - Joel Selwood, Dom Tyson, Isaac Smith, Mike Sheahan, Don Pyke, Kevin Muscat, Todd Goldstein, Cut to the Chase and a special edition of the Archives featuring Graham Cornes

SEN Breakfast - Thursday 27th April  

Melb Victory coach Kevin Muscat, Adelaide's Don Pyke, Isaac Smith, Cut to the Chase, Meet the Press - where Em loses it, and plenty of footy discussion - the Pies, Saints and Adelaide all talking points

Drömmar  

Vi introspekterar i sovande tillstånd. Tomas berättar om gestalten i sitt livs starkaste mardröm - med hatt och allt - och Lars ifrågasätter huruvida en cigarr ibland bara är en cigarr. Vi pratar också om: Tidningen Okej, Sigmund Freud, C.G. Jung, Andreas Marklund, Skördedrottningen, Rosemarys Baby, Upstairs Neighbor, Inception, Exorcisten, Terminator 2, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, David Lynch, Mulholland Drive, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Wes Craven, John Keats, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Kubla Kahn, Charlotte Smith, Edgar Allan Poe, William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Paperhouse, Candyman, Bernard Rose, Mollgan, Repulsion, Hans Zimmer, Philip Glass, Tony Todd, Flatliners, Dödlig puls, Joel Schumacher, Kiefer Sutherland, Kevin Bacon, William Baldwin, Julia Roberts, Oliver Platt, Michael Hutchins, INXS, Niklas Lindroth, Undertryck, Hoi Förlag, Silent Hill, Mike Flanagan, Hush, Ouija 2: Origin of Evil, Before I Wake, Thomas Jane, Kate Bosworth, The Mist, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Commando, Insidious, Dark Water, The Orphan, Jurtjyrkogården, A Nightmare Before Christmas, Dark Water, The Dreamworld of H.P. Lovecraft, Donald Tyson, Behind the Wall of Sleep, The Dreams in the Witch House, The Black Cat, Altered States, Experimentet, William Hurt, Bob Balaban, Dreamscape, Joseph Ruben, Stepfather, Sova med fienden, Max von Sydow, Dennis Quaid, The Matrix, Star Wars, The Cell, När lammen tystnar, Se7en, Jennifer Lopez, Tarsem Singh, R.E.M, Vincent Vaughn, Vincent D’Onofrio, Maniac och Blackrat. Nostalgi, löst tyckande och akademisk analys i en salig röra.

194: That's So Hot Topic (feat. Kevin Smith)  

Today we caught up with Kevin Smith, co-founder and CTO at Abstract. In this episode we dig into Kevin's origins, the state of design tools and design workflows, focus and productivity, and so much more.

301 Kevin Smith  

Join Kevin as he sits down with former guest Kevin Smith (Mallrats, Dogma) who is determined to make an impact this visit. Smith chats about being told his career was over since day one and how there is no failing as long as you are creating.

Episode 23: Y'all Things Considered  

Treat your ears to Chris Hardwick's Scottish accent and get a taste of Redneck NPR! Plus, the episode takes a shocking twist when we kill off a fake woman's fake husband. Get over it! This week's guests: Guy Branum, Rhett Miller, Margaret Cho, Aisha Tyler, Kevin Smith, Rob Riggle, Dan St. Germain, Jenna Elfman, Stephen Schneider, Moshe Kasher, Mamrie Hart, and Ron Funches.

K&B Podcast: Wednesday April 5th with guests: Brad Williams, Katey Sagal and Kevin Smith  

Open. Showbiz Beat. AFRO. Arkansas Law Allows Guns at Football Games. Scientific Survey. Brad Williams. Wheel O' Bad Animal Voices. Showbiz Beat. Omaroke. Katey Sagal. Kevin Smith. Showbiz Beat.

Adebayo 'BMO' Akinfenwa  

S5 Ep5 - We have the biggest man in all the leagues DaRealAkinfenwa on the show! The Strongest man in football has some brilliant chants to his name as well as a number of great stories about THAT penalty and his time in Lithuania. BEAST MODE ON. Starring: Ian Smith, Rob Beckett, Kevin Gallen and Adebayo Akinfenwa The Magic Sponge is a Dot Dot Dot Production for Dave, produced by Joel Porter and assistant producer Dorian James

K&B Podcast: Monday March 20th with guests: Matt 'Money' Smith and TMZ's Harvey Levin  

Open. Showbiz Beat. Shaq is a Flat Earther. TMZ's Harvey Levin. Tell Us About Your Kevin Reddit Thread. The Blond Leading the Blond. Matt 'Money' Smith. Kevin Got Dissed by an Old Lady in a Prius. Showbiz Beat. Manny Ramirez. Internet Roundup. K&B's March Chicka-Bow-Wow Vegas Singles Party. April Foolishness Opening Act Contestants. Showbiz Beat.

Heart and Hustle with comedian Ben Gleib  

On this episode of Be Here For A While, comedian Ben Gleib is joining Rachael to talk all things comedy!

Ben was just named by TBS one of the "funniest comedians working today." He is host, writer, and executive producer of the Emmy nominated "Idiotest," the hit comedy brain teaser game show in it's 4th season on GSN, with 210 episodes. It's the most watched original program on the network. His hilarious hour-long standup special "Ben Gleib - Neurotic Gangster" is currently airing on Showtime. 

For 7 years he was a round table regular on "Chelsea Lately" on E! with over 100 appearances! He also played himself on a memorable episode of the E! scripted series "After Lately." 

He has toured sold-out arenas all over North America with both Chelsea Handler and Dane Cook, has been headlining comedy clubs around the globe since 2007, and has performed on "The Late Late Show," "Last Comic Standing," and twice on "Last Call with Carson Daly." He is constantly on tour, and is likely performing soon in a town near you.

A truly unique voice in comedy, he's even been a frequent on-air contributor on CNN, "The Young Turks," and NPR, winning a Golden Mic for his work on Southern California NPR's "Patt Morrison's Comedy Congress." Recently he created, executive produced, hosted and was head writer on a spinoff special for GSN called "Political Idiotest," blending his game show with his love of politics. And he was the anchor of GSN's interstitial series "Man VS Fly."

An accomplished voice over actor, Gleib is one of the stars of Kevin Smith's "Jay and Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie," is the voice of Marshall the Sloth in "Ice Age: Continental Drift," (the #2 animated movie of all-time internationally,) and voices Dali in "The Book of Life" starring Channing Tatum. His voices have also appeared in "Phineas and Ferb," and youtube series "The Melvin Bros." 

His podcast “Last Week on Earth with Ben Gleib” on the Smodcast Network debuted at #9 on iTunes Comedy, and was #1 on Stitcher for over 20 weeks. Every Wednesday, he hilariously summarizes news and politics, occasionally being joined by celebrity guests like Bryan Cranston, Meghan McCain, Bob Odenkirk, Sam Donaldson, Moby, Adam Devine, and his parents. (You can subscribe, rate and review on iTunes.)

He also enjoys freestyle rapping, has a rap group called BENS, and is proudest that he is probably better than you at ping pong. 

He is also aware that he has to work on his posture. He's 6'1" but looks like he's 5'9".

Clinton O'Morrison  

S5 Ep3 - Clinton 'O' Morrison risks the wrath of Roy Keane to tell the boys what really happened in Japan, his bust up with Danny Mills and sharing a room with Graham Stack. Starring: Ian Smith, Rob Beckett, Kevin Gallen and Clinton Morrison The Magic Sponge is a Dot Dot Dot Production for Dave, produced by Joel Porter and assistant producer Dorian James

We Can Look Forward to a Healthier Future [Audio]  

Speaker(s): Professor Kevin Fenton, Vivienne Parry, Dr Richard Smith, Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Professor Tony Young | In this new series of debates entitled Glass Half Full, being recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 4, Fi Glover pits optimists against pessimists in a new topical debating format. A lead speaker on each side presents their argument, and both question expert witnesses to support their point of view. At the end of the debate, the audience votes and declares in favour of an optimistic or pessimistic view of the subject – Glass Half Empty – or Full! In this first debate panellists will discuss if we heading towards disaster or will a better lifestyle and technological innovation save the day? Two other debates will take place at LSE. On 15 March the topic is A Global Population of 9 Billion is Sustainable, while the third debate on 28 March will discuss Digital Technology is Making Children's Lives Richer. Kevin Fenton (@ProfKevinFenton) is the Public Health England National Director for Health and Wellbeing. He oversees PHE's national prevention programmes including screening for cancer and other conditions, Health Checks, national health marketing campaigns, public mental health, and a range of wellbeing programmes for all ages. As well hosting medical programmes for BBC Radio 4 and writing widely on health, Vivienne Parry (@vivienneparry) is also Head of Engagement at Genomics England, which is delivering the 100,000 Genomes Project (the project will sequence 100,000 genomes from 70,000 people, aiming to create a new genomic medicine service for the NHS). Richard Smith (@Richard56) is the Chair of icddr,b (formerly International Centre for Diarroheal Disease, Bangladesh) and of Patients Know Best, a company that puts patients in contrl of their records. He was formerly been Editor of the British Medical Journal and the BBC Breakfast Time doctor. Helen Stokes-Lampard (@HelenStokesLam) is Chair of Council for the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). She is a part time GP partner in Lichfield and until September 2016 was Head of Primary Care Teaching (undergraduate) at Birmingham University’s School of Medicine. Tony Young (@DrTonyYoung) is National Clinical Lead for Innovation at NHS England. He is also a practicing frontline surgeon, Director of Medical Innovation at Anglia Ruskin University. He co-founded the £500m Anglia Ruskin MedTech campus which is set to become one of the world’s largest health innovation spaces. Fi Glover is a multi-award winning broadcaster. She is one of the country’s best-known radio voices, having worked on BBC Radio 4, 5 Live, Radio 2, Radio 1 and GLR. She currently presents BBC Radio 4’s The Listening Project. This event will be broadcast at 8pm on Wednesday 5 April 2017 on BBC Radio 4.

CK#102: Los peores cómics del mundo. Entrevista a David Baldeón  

¿Qué es un tebeo malo? ¿Existe un canon? Si se puede amar el cine malo, ¿se puede hacer lo propio con el cómic chungo? Todas estas cuestiones son claves a la hora de abordar un tema tan complejo. Pero para empezar, nos detenemos, claro está, en los tebeos Marvel, DC e Image de los 90 con la estela de Liefeld y compañía pero también los de pésimos superhéroes marca blanca como Nightwatch o de las incursiones de Kevin Smith. Además revisamos sagas tan menospreciadas como Un Día Más o el polémico All Star Batman y Robin de Frank Miller y Jim Lee. También recordamos algunos de los más desafortunados encargos y productos de explotación protagonizados por Estopa, Oliver y Benji o Escenas de Matrimonio. Y sí también reconocemos que hay muchos tebeos malos que nos gustan como el pionero Fletcher Hanks o engendros inclasificables como los proyectos del corrupto Carles Recio. Además entrevistamos a David Baldeón, un joven veterano de los cómics Marvel, que empezó trabajando con Vigalondo para convertirse en el dibujante por antonomasia del héroe adolescente y dibujar a conceptos tan variados como Tsum Tsum, Angry Birds o los míticos Micronautas. Y si este fue un programa de tebeos malos, acabamos recomendando buenos tebeos como lo último de Dario Adanti o Shintaro Kago, El Perrinowmicon o Que alguien se acueste conmigo, por favor.

K&B Podcast: Friday February 3rd with guests: Matt 'Money' Smith and RJ Bell  

Open. Showbiz Beat. Matt 'Money' Smith. Movie Beat. Kevin Annoys You. RJ Bell. Self-Proclaimed Astronomer Says a Meteor will Hit Earth. Internet Roundup. Showbiz Beat. Someone Ruined Your Wedding. I Pity Tre Cool. Beer Mug's Super Bowl Street Interviews. Showbiz Beat.

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