Alex’s audio round up

Published On July 5, 2017 | By Joe Gordon | Comics, Interviews, Podcast

Time for the man with the wandering microphone, Alex Fitch, to fill us in on details of his latest show; as ever for more details and to access a pile of archived shows in podcast form, visit the Panel Borders site:

Panel Borders: The Inking Woman, broadcast on Resonance FM 5.30pm on Wednesday 5th July, podcast afterwards on Panel Borders

To celebrate the launch of “The Inking Woman – British Women Cartoon and Comic Artists”, the current exhibition at The Cartoon Museum, London, three of the participants talk about their work and love of the medium. Alex Fitch talks to Sandi Toksvig, a patron of the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation, and to artist The Surreal McCoy who was the artist in residence during The Sound of Sandi on LBC Radio and a cartoonist for The Sunday Times and The Independent.

Also, in an extract from a talk given at Central St. Martin’s School of Art, Rachael House (whose art you can see in the above header for this item) discusses her involvement with the queer ‘zine movement over the last twenty years and beyond.

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