Issue 74 8th August, 2017

This week on Geeky Brummie we get our chat on. From London Film & Comic Con we talk to Mark Molcher from 2000AD about how they've celebrated 40 years of the UK's biggest comic magazine and the upcoming Mega-City One TV series. We also chat to Jamie Anderson - son of Puppet Maestro Gerry Anderson – the creator of Thunderbirds, Fireball XL5, Space: 1999 and countless other cult TV classics. From Birmingham Comics Festival we chat to Marc Silk, a highly versatile voice actor, based in Birmingham, the voice of Aks Moe from Star Wars, voice of Scooby-Doo & Shaggy for Scooby-Doo, Johnny Bravo, voice of Neroor Danger Mouse, and 100's more! Recorded at Nostalgia & Comics for Small Press Day we speak to Russell Hillman, creator of Freaktown Comics and Matt Garvey Self published comic writer & Creator of CHUNKS and The Ether. And Eden Limchawalit Smith is a member of the Young Filmmakers Club at the MAC who's been working on his own zombie film for 3 years. But wait, there's more! We also chat about pizza botherers and eaters, pool parties and electronics stores. In Weird News we look at a police officers unfortunate day at work, a man who's VERY excited at the Emoji Movie, Canada geese end up on a plate and we look at how food is dangerous for celebrities. In Why It's Rubbish we turn our angry eye at sneezing, fruity ciders, loneliness and Prosecco! It's like an expansion pack of Geek! Listen Live - www.brumradio.comBrum radio Twitter-www.twitter.com/BrumRadioGeeky Brummie Twitter-www.twitter.com/GeekyBrummieFollow on Instagram -www.instagram.com/GeekyBrummieLike us on Facebook -www.facebook.com/GeekyBrummie