Comic-Con might be the jewel in the crown of the international convention scene, but we’re more fond of smaller, intimate events. As such, we’ve invited Gareth Kavanagh, the man behind the Vworp events (and acclaimed Vworp Vworp! fanzine) and more recent offerings such as An Evening with Waris Hussein and An Afternoon with Terrance Dicks to explain to us just how he produces these friendly, relaxed mini-cons.
Gareth also joins Christian Cawley in discussing various news items and tangental nonsense. Click play to listen!
Kasterborous PodKast Series 5 Episode 22 Shownotes
- Redcar Beacon
- Northern Rock
- Capaldi wants Coleman to stay
- Anthony Stewart Head wants Doctor Who return, related Radio Times poll
- National Anthem on BBC One nightly closedown
- Doctor Who: The Infinite Quest
- Vworp Vworp! Comic Book Adventures in Time and Space (2008)
- San Diego Comic-Con
- Recommendations: Image of the Fendahl, Primeval – Series 4
The rather wonderful PodKast theme tune is by Russell Hugo.
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