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This Week in James Bond: Gemma Arterton’s picks for the next 007 and theme artist, Pierce Brosnan’s latest film, and the SPECTRE poster goes viral

Welcome back to “This Week in James Bond”! If you haven’t yet seen the new teaser poster for SPECTRE, you can check it out here; you can also see alternate black-and-white versions of the teaser poster here on the official James Bond 007 website. In other SPECTRE-related news, the British Board of Film Classification has…

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The Villains of Bond (Part 2) | Podcast #035

We’re back to conclude our Bond villain coverage this week with Part 2 of our Bond baddie special. This time we’re going from For Your Eyes Only’s Aristotle Kristatos all the way through to Raoul Silva, then concluding with rating every single villain with our trademarked 3-tier system. As usual we talk about the usual…

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Win A Complete Set of Charlie Higson Young Bond Books!

IT’S GIVEAWAY TIME! I (Tom) am having a bit of a clear-out and thought I’d pass some Bond love onto the JBR Army. I’ll be giving away an entire set of Charlie Higson, Young Bond paperbacks! Silverfin, Bloodfever, Double or Die, Hurricane Gold, By Royal Command, Danger Society: The Young Bond Dossier AND the Silverfin…

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The New SPECTRE Teaser Poster (Bond 24)

So it turns out the teaser poster released with the SPECTRE title announcement at Pinewood Studios back in December wasn’t the actual teaser, it was just a teaser for a teaser. Today, Eon Productions have released a brand new teaser poster for the latest James Bond movie, SPECTRE. So, what do we think Bond fans? You…

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This Week in James Bond: Stephanie Sigman joins SPECTRE, James Bond does Comic Relief and OHMSS returns to the big screen

Welcome back to “This Week in James Bond”, returning to your computer/smartphone screens after a brief hiatus! The perils of being a biochemistry major. In SPECTRE news, Mexican actress Stephanie Sigman has been cast as a character named Estrella in the upcoming 24th James Bond film. JBR listeners may recall that director Sam Mendes previously…

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The Villains of Bond (Part 1) | Podcast #034

It’s time for us to look at the evil doers, the nasty men, the antagonists and baddies from the world of Bond. In today’s episode (part 1 of 2), we look at everyone from Dr. No to Hugo Drax. We sort the good villains from the bad villains and organise them into our patented 3…

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An Alternate World of James Bond – The Rough With The Smooth (Part 2)

(Long time JBR listener, Matthew Grice returns to continue his fictional taste of what might have happened had the Kevin McClory/Ian Fleming dispute turned out a little differently. If you missed it, here’s part one). Late 1963, early 1964 saw the production of ‘Goldfinger’. This was Connery’s third Bond film and was helmed by director…

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SPECTRE Speculation: A Possible Theory For Bond 24?

(JBR Listener, Jack Lugo speculates on the themes involved in Bond 24. I think it goes without saying that if you’re trying to avoid all things that may end up as potential spoilers, then it’s probably best to avoid this post. With that said, it is ONLY speculation…) Okay, I may be reading too much…

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Actors Lea Seydoux, Daniel Craig and Monica Bellucci pose on stage during an event to mark the start of production for the new James Bond film "Spectre", at Pinewood Studios

This Week in James Bond: The ladies of SPECTRE bond over Bond, and Pierce Brosnan’s picks for the next 007

Welcome back to “This Week in James Bond”! Before we get started, your devoted correspondent here at Station C would like to express her condolences to the family of Louis Jourdan, whose death at the age of 93 was announced shortly after last week’s TWIJB was published. A great actor and certainly a highlight of (what I…

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The Comic Book Bond | Podcast #033

We’re marching forth into brand new territory with this week’s episode of James Bond Radio. This time we’re investigating the comic book world of James Bond with our interview with Alan J. Porter, author of ‘James Bond: The History of the Illustrated 007.’ Along with that we talk about our recent viewing of Kingsman: The…

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