The Pod Delusion episode 170
January 20, 2013
— The Pod Delusion
Episode 170: This week – Highlights from the Leveson debates, European secularist court victories, an atheist church, dodgy charity PR, and some burgers with horse in it. Also: David Marsh investigates the demise of DVD and Alex Fitch looks at the history of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained as the latest in a long series of Spaghetti Westerns featuring a coffin dragging gunslinger. (Originally broadcast 18/01/2013 on Resonance 104.4 FM)
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Recommended events: Zombies at the Science Museum
Zombies: the word alone is enough to get the pulse racing, but what makes them so terrifying? On a dark winter’s night at the Science Museum, we’ll explore the murky but fascinating world of consciousness and uncover the inner workings of the zombie psyche. From mind-altering drugs to the innate impulses we all feel, prepare to walk the line between human and zombie in surprising and theatrical ways. Bring your brain – and guard it carefully. There’ll also be prizes for the best-dressed zombies, so get creating your costumes!
Doors open 18.45, Wednesday 30th January 2013, Free (over 18s only)
Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London, SW7 2DD
Laydeez do comics January 2013
Monday 21 Jan, 6-8.30pm
Foyles Gallery, third floor,
113-119 Charing Cross Road
London, WC2H 0EB
Nearest Tube: Tottenham Court Road
ENTRY: FREE but contributions welcome for drinks and cake!
RSVP: Although free, for health and safety reasons, please book for each event.
Dr Muna Al-Jawad, Consultant in Elderly Medicine, BSUH, Comics artist
and co-organiser of the 4th International Comics and Medicine Conference, 2013
John Miers, Artist www.johnmiers.com
David Jesus Vignolli, Artist www.jesusvignolli.com/david