The Bond Songs Uncovered with Warren Ringham | Podcast #103

This week we’re concluding our James Bond theme songs coverage with the help of seasoned Bond music professional; Warren Ringham. As the band leader of the super popular Bond tribute show Q The Music, Warren has a very close relationship with the songs of Bond. Having performed them night after night for years his insight…

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Bond Songs That Never Were

About two years ago, our own Tom Sears discussed what he proposed to be the Bond song “Secret Formula” in the following Youtube video: Since the last couple of podcasts have taken a close look at all the official Bond themes, I thought now might be an appropriate time to revisit the notion of what…

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The James Bond Theme Songs [Part 2] | Podcast #102

It’s time to conclude our coverage of the theme songs of Bond. This week we’ll be going from Octopussy’s All Time High all the way through to SPECTRE’s Writings on the Wall. Also we talk Tom’s recent trip to Vegas, The Man With The Golden Typewriter, the latest Bond 25 rumours and a whole lot…

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Bond Girl Battle – Round 3 – Get your votes in!!! :)

BOND GIRL BATTLE – Round 3!! The latest podcast has drawn up another tie in Bond Girl Battle and we need our lovely listeners to vote on whose beauty you admire the most, whose smile makes you weak at the knees, and whose body gives your downstairs region a slight stiffness! **SPOILER if you haven’t…

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Some Kind of Hero: An Interview with Matthew Field and Ajay Chowdhury

As I’ve noted in my book review of Some Kind of Hero, authors Matthew Field and Ajay Chowdhury have published what I consider to be the ultimate nonfiction Bond book detailing the history of the franchise from its inception all the way through to the SPECTRE press conference. It’s a book that every Bond fan must own,…

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History’s Greatest Spy and Fleming’s Inspiration for Bond – An Interview with Author Larry Loftis

Introduction and Interview by Jack Lugo: Larry Loftis’s upcoming nonfiction book takes a close look at real life World War II spy Dusko Popov.  The book is a fascinating and well researched account of Popov’s life as a double agent who worked with both MI6 and the United States government to deceive the Germans and…

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