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Skwigly Animation Podcast #3 – Nancy Beiman & Billy West

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We are very pleased to present you with the latest Skwigly podcast! We want this to be just as interactive as our Twitter account and Facebook so if you wish to get involved or have any topic you wish us to address in the next podcast then please get in touch with us on either Facebook or Twitter or by email at podcast [@] or leave a comment below.

In this episode:

  • Discussing the latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series whilst musing on the various prior incarnations of this imperishable franchise.
  • Interview with Nancy Beiman, veteran Disney animator, animation storyboard lecturer at Sheridan and author of the essential texts “Prepare To Board” and “Animated Performance”
  • Our audience participation segment, this episode focusing on Tom & Jerry vs. Road Runner
  • Interview with Billy West, voice-over legend of Ren & Stimpy, Looney Tunes and Futurama fame.
  • Plus nostalgic reminiscences, competitions and more!

Next episode’s versus battle segment is Tiny Toons vs. Animaniacs. Reach into your respective childhood memories, work out which one gets your vote and cast it below:

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