Previously at the ICA
An informal tour of the Enrico David exhibition with artist Marc Camille Chaimowicz.
DJ Cliffy and Lewis Robinson give us booty-shaking beats, Itmar Lima delivers ripe ripe rhythms and we have a screening of amazing Såo Paulo doc Cosmópolis.
Forty years after its birth, what can the content and the demographic of Radio 4 and its listeners tell us about the state of the nation?
Can comics really be scary? Join us on Halloween for a cold dissection of the chilling and the macabre, along with Jamie Delano, David Hine and others.
Posy Simmonds talks to Lisa Appignanesi about her new graphic novel, Tamara Drewe.
Meet Laika, the first dog in space in Nick Abadzis' new graphic novel, and Aya, Marguerite Abouet and Clément Oubrerie's 1970s Ivory Coast teenager.
Self-publishing in print and online is abuzz with talent. Meet the future of British comics and buy direct from them at Comica's first small press fair.
An afternoon of panels linked with the BBC4 documentary series: featuring girls' comics, boys' comics and weird comics.
Sean Michael Wilson and Lee O'Connor's discuss their documentary comic on the Iraq War, with Anthony Lappé and Dan Goldman on their future war drama set in 2011.
A good look at why so many of us are snooty about art fairs, even though so many of us benefit from them...