Bond Behind The Scenes: Terry Bamber Interview | Podcast #42

We have a veteran Bond crew member on today’s edition of James Bond Radio; Mr. Terry Bamber. We talk about his fascinating history with Bond from his Dad (Dickie Bamber) working on the first 3 Bond films as a prop man, to Terry’s first day on the job as a runner on The Man With…

Continue Reading →

James Bond News: Tom “Meets” Famke Janssen, Christopher Lee RIP & Damian Lewis as Bond | Podcast #41

It’s time for a freshen up at James Bond Radio! After 40 episodes we thought it was high time to mix things up a little bit, so James Bond Radio has a very special announcement for you in today’s episode. We’ll be messing with the format a little bit by running a regular “Bond News”…

Continue Reading →

This Week in James Bond: Christopher Lee, Sean Connery retrospective, and Pierce Brosnan in Dublin

Welcome back to “This Week in James Bond”! As many of you may know, a new TV spot for SPECTRE aired during Game 3 of the NBA finals on 9 June and is now available to view on YouTube. You can listen to Tom’s reaction and breakdown of the new TV spot below. Your humble…

Continue Reading →

Dissecting the new SPECTRE TV spot

Bond fans received a welcome surprise on 9 June when, during Game 3 of the NBA finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors, viewers were treated to a new TV spot for SPECTRE. The TV spot began with footage used in the first teaser trailer before showing approximately 30 seconds of brand-new,…

Continue Reading →

The Spy Who Loved Me Reviewed | Podcast #40

James Bond Radio is back with what can only be described as a behemoth of an episode, our review of 1977’s classic, The Spy Who Loved Me. We went a little overboard this time and ended up waffling on for just under four and a half hours, which is why we’ve conveniently split this week’s…

Continue Reading →

The Rough With The Smooth (Part 3) | Alternate Universe Bond

[JBR listener Matthew Grice returns with the third part in his “what if,” alternate universe series. If you haven’t already, check out part one and part two] Peter Hunt’s favourite Ian Fleming novel was ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service,’ calling it the most ‘realistic novel of them all’ and wanted to direct a faithful adaption…

Continue Reading →

This Week in James Bond: Trigger Mortis, Jason Statham, Survivor, and Robert Carlyle

Welcome back to “This Week in James Bond”! First off, a friendly reminder to anybody reading this that (including this week) there are exactly 23 weeks left until the release of SPECTRE on 6 November! This is a great opportunity to start rewatching the Bond films in chronological order, one per week, and discussing them…

Continue Reading →