Thursday, September 28, 2006

Tonight's show: LLGFF (repeat)

Look, I meant it, honestly I did... I really intended tonight's show to be all new and not a repeat, but due to technical difficulties, tonight we have another repeat, sorry!

As tickets go on sale tomorrow for this year's London Film Festival, you've got a chance to hear our show about the London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival again. Alex Fitch talks to Emma Smart, BFI librarian about gay films and what not.
Incidently, in this show, Alex & Emma have a good old moan about how the regular Film Festival is getting less gay because of the LLGFF... Well having read the brochure for the 50th LFF, it turns out this year's big festival is gayer than ever! I guess someone was listening!

Regular service will be resumed next week...

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Tonight's show: Depictions of madness (repeat)

Tonight's show is a repeat of April 27th's for the reasons listed below, sorry. Still they do it on American TV all the time! Next week: a brand new episode of I'm ready for my close-up!
As Jonathan is about to be a new dad, it seemed a good a time as any to repeat his appearance on the show anyway...

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Tonight's show: Whatever happened to Dan Dare, Pilot of the Future?

As a coda to Resonance's Space Week, tonight's show is about Dan Dare, the lantern jawed comic book hero from the 1950s who, while fondly remembered, has never made it quite as big as his four colour contemporaries or forebears. Alex Fitch talks to historian Duncan Nott and Kev F. Sutherland, a comics artist and writer about Dare's continuing appeal and cultural legacy...

10.30pm Resonance 104.4 FM / streamed at and will be available to podcast here soon after. This site is available both in HTML or as an RSS feed...

(Sorry for the Godzilla repeat last week. Richard had a lot of Space to cover and Alex started a new job!)