This Week in James Bond: SPECTRE in London, literary Bond, and A Bond For Life

Welcome back to “This Week in James Bond”! A shorter edition of TWIJB this week as SPECTRE news consists mostly of grainy set photos as the principal cast shoots various scenes all around London. And fear not for the photos below are spoiler-free! Twitter users posted various photos of Ralph Fiennes on set, including the…

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Colonel Sun Book Review (Kingsley Amis) | Podcast #039

James Bond Radio is back with our review of the very first 007 continuation novel ‘Colonel Sun.’ We’re going in deep on this one talking about everything from the quality of the opening line, the villain’s plot to Bond’s eagerness in the bedroom! Also we talk about the latest SPECTRE news with the latest photos…

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This Week in James Bond: Stormtroopers, DB5s, rodents, and Cannes

Welcome back to “This Week in James Bond”! As you might have ascertained from the strange title of this post, this week’s installment of news is a very diverse one indeed. Let’s get started. Daniel Craig to cameo as Stormtrooper in Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens While promoting his new romantic comedy Man…

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Q The Music – James Bond Tribute Band at the Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage, UK

[JBR listener Matthew Grice returns with his review of the recent “Q The Music” show at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage] Formed in 2004 by Warren Ringham, the group consists of fourteen performers, two of whom, are the most brilliant singers I have ever seen. James Bond tribute bands aren’t usually my cup of…

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This Week in James Bond: Bond retrospectives and reunions, Daniel Craig and Eva Green, and kissing 007

Welcome back to “This Week in James Bond”, returning to your computer/smartphone screens after another brief hiatus! News from the world of Bond has been rather sparse in the last few weeks but hopefully we shall witness a new wave of SPECTRE marketing and promotion as the summer movie season begins. In SPECTRE news, it…

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The Collectors of Bond (Part 2): Nick Bennett | Podcast #038

We’re back with part two of our Bond collectors coverage. This time Chris talks to Guiness world record holder, Nick Bennett, famed for having the largest collection of Bond memorabilia in the entire world. Chris was lucky enough to be granted access to the hidden underground lair to see the collection and spent an hour…

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The Beginners Guide To Podcasts

Whenever I mention podcasts to the uninitiated around 8 times out of 10 I get the following response… “What IS a podcast?” I then go on to explain how it’s an amazing medium that could quite possibly change how you consume media forever and revolutionise your entire life. Usually after showing some interest, they follow up…

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The Collectors of Bond (Part 1): David Zaritsky | Podcast #037

James Bond Radio is back with the first of a two parter looking at the world of collecting 007. This week we’re talking to Zaritsky, David Zaritsky, who you’ll have most probably seen on youtube or his website The Bond Experience talking about the clothes of Bond and showing off his awesome basement that’s stuffed…

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I Will Return: The Lost Bond Song

After scoring films for Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin, who had both created the 1994 film Stargate and then went on to do the 1996 smash hit Independence Day, England born composer David Arnold’s first running with James Bond was in 1996 whilst working on his album ‘Shaken and Stirred:  The David Arnold James Bond…

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The JBR Bond Villain Rating System

Following our special two-parter podcast on the villains of Bond, we’ve decided to rank each of them using our official, tiered rating system. The rules are simple: 4 villains per tier with each villain placed in order of preference. So JBR listeners, are you up to the challenge of making your very own Bond villain ratings list?…

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