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Lucky Cat podcast: The films of Tetsuya Nakashima

January 16, 2010

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Lucky Cat podcast:
The films of Tetsuya Nakashima

Originally broadcast 13/01/09 on Resonance 104.4 FM

Kyôko Fukada and Anna Tsuchiya in Kamikaze Girls

Kyôko Fukada and Anna Tsuchiya in Kamikaze Girls

Episode 3.2 of Resonance FM’s Asian culture show presented by Zoe Baxter. This episode is a Tetsuya Nakashima special, looking at the films of the cult Japanese director who mixes pathos with a larger than life kitsch style to bewildering effect; including reviews of ‘Kamikaze Girls’ and ‘Memories of Matsuko’. Zoe is joined by the assistant editor of ‘Electric Sheep’ film magazine Alex Fitch and comic book artist Dan Lester. The Dim Sum Lunchbox contains a Japanese pickled herring dish.

Lucky Cat series 4 begins 21st January 2010 on www.resonancefm.com

For more info about this podcast, please visit www.luckykitty.blogspot.com

Links: Dan’s website
Zoe’s Lucky Cat blog
Info about Memories of Matsuko and Kamikaze Girls
Watch Nakashima’s short film Rolling bomber special on youtube
Listen to Alex’s interview with Dan about his comic book work

Other recommended shows:
Collected Comics Library podcast

The podcast: Collected Comics Library, has been a weekly staple for almost 5 years now, Chris Marshall blogs and podcasts about Collected Editions and reprints.

This week Chris interviews Kim Thompson, Vice President of Fantagraphics. Kim talks about the European market and the process of translating them for the American
audience. They also discuss their classic reprint projects Peanuts, Pogo and Prince Valiant.

CCL Podcast #253 – Kim Thompson, Vice President of Fantagraphics

Mr. Trick and Wrongtom

Like two old soaks chatting by the fire, Trick and Tom swap songs, talking with passion and insight about the music they love, both new and old. Uncovering music you may have missed is usually the order of the day, with “but I bet you’ve not heard this…” being an oft-muttered sentence. Anything from doo-wop to gospel, punk to dub is pulled out for consideration, with the sole hope of having you wanting to look up these artists when the show’s over.

Mr. Trick and Wrongtom #62
– December ’09 ’Spiky Dread’ special

With Trick suddenly bed ridden with a vicious case of the sniffles, the original plan for a decade rundown show was scuppered. Fortunately all was not lost as Santa’s little helper dropped by in the shape of our irregular regular Ed Zed who suggested a last minute ’Spiky Dread’ special! Featuring Basement 5 / Dangerous Girls / Red Beat / The Flesheater and more…

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  1. Today’s shows: Necessary Monsters / The films of Park Chan-Wook « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

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  2. Lucky Cat podcast: The films of Park Chan-Wook « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

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    […] The Films of Tetsuya Nakashima (Kamikaze Girls / Memories of Matsuko) The Films of Park Chan-Wook (Oldboy / Thirst) […]

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