The ‘Great’ Glenn Marshall (WINNER of Draw The Coronavirus competition) writes: Many cartoonists, illustrators, artists and fly-by-nights have been taking refuge from the cruel world by joining in Martin Rowson’s regular cartoon challenges. He sets a subject and we all vent spleen (most of us were in lock down and online twiddling our thumbs-up emojis anyway so […]
Kasia Kowalska writes: Twelve cartoonists have been commissioned to create artwork about the First World War to accompany the BBC Radio 4 series 1914 Day by Day, in a collaboration between 14-18 NOW and the Cartoon Museum. Margaret MacMillan, author of The War That Ended Peace, follows the events that led to the conflict in a daily broadcast at 4.55pm. The Procartoonists.org […]
The Faces and Voices experiment conducted by the Procartoonists.org member William Rudling has come to an end. It was part of the “So You Want to be a Scientist?” project run by the BBC radio show Material World. You can read our earlier reports on the experiment here and here. The final took place at The Times Cheltenham […]
We told you in March about William Rudling, the cartoonist and Procartoonists.org member who is one of four finalists in Radio 4’s So You Want to be a Scientist? He recently took his Faces and Voices experiment to the Bang Goes the Theory roadshow in Sheffield. Here is his report: The warm welcome and friendly support […]
Material World, the BBC Radio 4 science programme, has launched a challenge to the find the amateur scientist with the most interesting idea – and the cartoonist William Rudling is in the running. William, a Procartoonists.org member, is one of four finalists in the So You Want to be a Scientist? challenge. The cartoonist, 69, from Leeds, […]
PCO patron Libby Purves raised lots of laughs on Radio 4’s Stand-up With the Stars, as well as raising money for charity. But sadly she was not the winner – that honour went to fellow Radio 4 presenter Peter White. Listeners decided the winner by a telephone vote. Proceeds from the vote raised money for […]
PCO patron Libby Purves made her attempt for competitive stand up comedy glory on BBC Radio 4 and you can watch a clip of her in action here.