French city of Angoulême celebrates half a century of comics and cartoons
Angoulême is once again the centre of the world for graphic novelists, as the French city hosts the 50th edition of its international comics festival. Our reporters have been speaking to best-selling author Riad Sattouf, who received the festival's Grand Prix this year. Meanwhile, cartoonist Tom Gauld joins us in the studio, as his latest collection "Revenge of the Librarians" features in the official selection at the festival. He tells us about lockdown boredom, book snobs and the enduring appeal of paper and ink in a world of screens.
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