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Panel Borders: Horrible Histories

August 6, 2009

Panel Borders:

Horrible Histories

Originally broadcast 06/08/09 as an episode of Strip! on Resonance 104.4 FM

Excerpt from Horrible Histories by Terry Deary, Martin Brown and Rob Davis, image copyright Scholastic / Imperial War Museum

Excerpt from Horrible Histories by Terry Deary, Martin Brown and Rob Davis, image copyright Scholastic / Imperial War Museum

Starting children’s comics month on Panel Borders, Alex Fitch talks to writer Terry Deary and Australian cartoonist Martin Brown about their hugely successful range of children’s books, Horrible Histories, which have formed the inspiration for an exhibition called Terrible Trenches that’s just opened at the Imperial War Museum, London.

For more info about this podcast and a variety of formats you can stream or download, please visit the home of this episode at www.archive.org

Links: Wikipedia pages on Terry Deary, Martin Brown and Horrible Histories
Info about Horrible Histories at scholastic.co.uk
Info about the Terrible Trenches exhibition at the Imperial War Museum, London

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Kevin O’Neill at the Illustration Cupboard

14 July – 08 August 2009

The Illustration Cupboard is pleased to present the first British exhibition of the world-famous graphic-novel artist Kevin O’Neill.

Monday – Friday 10am to 6pm / Saturday 12pm – 5pm / www.illustrationcupboard.com

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  1. Journalista - the news weblog of The Comics Journal » Blog Archive » Aug. 7, 2009: Meaningful conversations reblogged this and added:

    […] Panel Borders‘ Alex Fitch talks to Terry Deary and Martin Brown about their hugely successful range of children’s books, Horrible Histories (26.2MB). […]

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    […] Doug Braithwaite (Universe X / Justice) Raymond Briggs (The Snowman / When the wind blows) Martin Brown (Horrible Histories) Mark Buckingham (Fables / Spiderman) Charles Burns (Black Hole) – […]

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    […] Chris Carter (The X-Files) Paul Cornell (Doctor Who) John Clarke (Music Journalist: The Times) Terry Deary (Horrible Histories) Terrance Dicks (Doctor Who) – interview by Tim Phipps Cory Doctorow […]

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    […] Links: Articles on Pope Benedict XVI in The Guardian Listen to Alex’s 2009 interview with Horrible Histories author Terry Deary […]

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  8. Comics podcasts | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] Doug Braithwaite (Universe X / Justice) Raymond Briggs (The Snowman / When the wind blows) Martin Brown (Horrible Histories) Mark Buckingham (Fables / Spiderman) Charles Burns (Black Hole) – […]

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