Continuing radio show Panel Borders month about War Comics, they will broadcast a final panel discussion recorded at the 'Comics and Conflicts' conference at the Imperial War Museum in August tonight.
Alex Fitch chairs a discussion on 'The personal and the political' as the publisher and two of the contributing artists - Sean Duffield, Daniel Locke and Ben Naylor - talk about their anthology War: The Human Cost.
They are also joined on stage by writer Eileen Cassavetti and cartoonist Francesca Cassavetti who published her mother's wartime journal Philip and Helen in comic book format.
• Panel Borders: War - The Human Cost airs at 5.00pm, Thursday 22nd September, Resonance 104.4 FM (London) / streamed at www.resonancefm.com / extended podcast after broadcast at www.panelborders.wordpress.com
(Please note: this is the penultimate episode of Panel Borders to be broadcast on a Thursday evening, before the show moves to Sunday nights from October)
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