You Only Live Splice: The Editing of John Glen

Dan Gale returns from the field for his second JBR documentary: You Only Live Splice. This time it’s a video only podcast exploring the editing work of everyone’s favourite 80s Bond director, John Glen. Get ready to be blown away with killer visuals, biting wit and more in-jokes than you could shake a Walther PPK…

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The Big James Bond Boxing Day Quiz 2016

Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas Bond fans! It’s that time of year again. The fire is roaring, the presents have been opened and the family bickering has died down and it’s time for some Bond. We have one hundred killer questions for you that will put your Bondian brain to the test. Do you have…

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A Closer Look at A View To A Kill | Podcast #113

As a movie that divides opinion among Bond fans we thought we’d dig a little deeper into A View To A Kill this week. Before we turn the microphone over to the JBR listeners for our upcoming ‘Listener Review’ episode, we decided to seek out two proud defenders of the film. First up we have…

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Derek Watkins: The James Bond Trumpeter | The Music of Bond Podcast #003

On this week’s Music Of Bond, hosts Warren and Chris chat about a real unsung hero of the James Bond franchise – the 007 Trumpeter Derek Watkins. Derek has played on the soundtrack for every film from Dr. No to Skyfall, and has undoubtedly helped shape the sound of the films. We also speak to…

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A View To A Kill Reviewed (Part 2) | Podcast #112

JBR is back to conclude our review of the final instalment of Roger Moore’s Bond: A View To A Kill. This time it’s all about Screamin’ Stacey Sutton, Murderous May Day, big ole blimps and The Golden Gate Bridge. Also hear the full report from Q The Music’s recent gig at The Harlington Theatre. Stories…

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Meet John Williams (The Music of Bond)

Meet the co-host of our Music of Bond series, audiophile and all-round music lover – John Williams… Favourite Bond Film? It’s like asking me who my favorite supermodel is. From Russia with Love. Hands down. I think. It always changes. But. This is the Bond film I always come back to. It’s in the sweet…

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Composer John Altman Explains What Went Wrong with GoldenEye’s Score (EXCLUSIVE)

To call Eric Serra’s “GoldenEye” score an acquired taste is putting it mildly. Though some fans appreciate its originality, the vast majority find its synth-heavy sound lacks the rich orchestral flavor that’s been an integral part of the 007 film series since the very beginning. In fact, during James Bond Radio podcast #023, Tom Sears…

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