Moonraker: The Pre-Title Sequence Revisited

Moonraker: the pre-title sequence revisited (or Are Chris and Tom talking bollocks as usual?) The Laws of Physics are wonderful things. So are Bond movies. The sad thing is that they don’t always quite line up. And that’s especially true when our heroes, Agents Triple C and Triple T get all speculatory in their very best…

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Alternate Universe Bond – The Rough With The Smooth (Part 4)

[Long time JBR listener, Matthew Grice returns with part 4 of his alternate universe Bond series. You can read the previous instalments here: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3] The hunt was on again for a fourth actor to play Flemings creation.     James Broady, Burt Reynolds and Clint Eastwood where considered for the role,…

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Bond Film Locations: A View To A Kill – Amberley Museum

Chris of JBR visits Bond location, Amberley Museum, in the south of England on an A View To A Kill pilgrimage! Witness Zorin Industries minecarts, wet-the-pants excitement upon seeing the mine entrance, access to restricted areas and full blown impressions of Stacey Sutton, Max Zorin and May Day! Enjoy folks! 🙂 Some pics of the…

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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…

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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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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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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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The James Bond Radio Listener Hall of Fame

Hey JBR listeners, To keep a record of our most dedicated listeners, we thought we’d make a page purely to display your dedicated-ness. So if you’re part of the elite crew of James Bond Radio T-shirt owners, please post a photo of you with your T-shirt in the comments section below.

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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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