Panel Borders and other podcasts

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Podcast: Restoring The Battle of the Somme

December 21, 2006

Tonight’s show is now ready to download
(mp3 format, 26mb)

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  1. Electric Sheep podcast: World Cinema, Spring 2009 « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

    […] with Toby Haggith (Imperial War Museum) and Andrew Robertshaw (National Army Museum) about the restoration of The Battle of the Somme European Cinema info site Londonnet’s guide to all the times and locations of all films […]

  2. Electric Sheep podcast: World Cinema, Spring 2009 « Electric Sheep Podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] with Toby Haggith (Imperial War Museum) and Andrew Robertshaw (National Army Museum) about the restoration of The Battle of the Somme European Cinema info site Londonnet’s guide to all the times and locations of all films […]

  3. Electric Sheep Podcast: World Cinema, Spring 2009 | Electric Sheep – Film Club, Podcasts, Events reblogged this and added:

    […] with Toby Haggith (Imperial War Museum) and Andrew Robertshaw (National Army Museum) about the restoration of The Battle of the Somme European Cinema info site Londonnet’s guide to all the times and locations of all films […]

  4. Electric Sheep podcast: World Cinema, Spring 2009 | Electric Sheep Film Club, Podcasts, Events reblogged this and added:

    […] with Toby Haggith (Imperial War Museum) and Andrew Robertshaw (National Army Museum) about the restoration of The Battle of the Somme European Cinema info site Londonnet’s guide to all the times and locations of all films […]

  5. IWM podcast: It is what it is – Jeremy Deller in conversation « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

    […] Listen to: Alex Fitch’s interview with author Charlie Higson about setting his latest novel – The Dead – at the Imperial War Museum. Alex Fitch’s interview with writer Terry Deary and cartoonist Martin Brown about their series of children’s books, Horrible Histories, which inspired an exhibition at the Imperial War Museum called Terrible Trenches (open until 31st October 2010) IWM educator Grant Rogers’ interview with writer Pat Mills about his lauded war comics serial Charley’s War Alex Fitch’s interview with IWM curator James Taylor about the exhibtion Ian Fleming and James Bond which was on display at the museum April 2008 – March 2009 Alex Fitch talks to IWM Cinema programmer Dr. Toby Haggith and National Army Museum historian Andrew… […]

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