Who Wants To Be On The Show?

James Bond Radio is one year old!  After releasing our very first episode last year (on the 007th of February, no less) we’ve grown into a 31 episode-strong podcast packed to the rafters with Bondian goodness. We’ve learned so much about Bond over the last year and had the chance to meet some amazing people from the…

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Meet Your Hosts

Whenever we have a guest on the podcast we always begin by asking them our list of 007 Quickfire Questions. Whether they’re a Lazenby lover or a Daniel devotee, whether they’re a Goldfinger groupie or they’re Moonraker mad, these questions are a great way to get a solid snapshot of everybody’s tastes in Bond. Now that we’ve…

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An Alternate World of James Bond 007 – The Rough With The Smooth

Long time JBR listener, Matthew Grice gives us a little fictional taste of what might have happened had the Kevin McClory/Ian Fleming dispute turned out a little differently. In January 1959 an Irish filmmaker called Kevin McClory was introduced to a secret agent.   This secret agent was called James Bond and had appeared in six…

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Meet Jack Lugo: JBR Blogmaster

*Our resident Blogmaster at James Bond Radio is long time listener Jack Lugo. Along with writing some great articles himself, he also organises the many guest blogs we have here on the JBR website. So in the usual James Bond Radio fashion, let’s hear Jack’s answers to the 007 Quickfire Questions… 1. Favorite Bond Film:…

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My Trip to James Bond Island, Khao Phing Kan, Thailand (Video)

This week I finally achieved a life-long dream of visiting James Bond Island, also known as Scaramanga’s base from The Man With The Golden Gun. We were given only 40 minutes to explore before the boat left, so I did my best to give you guys the tour before I had to run. Once you land,…

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Connery Between Bonds (1964)

1964 saw the release of 3 Sean Connery films: Woman of Straw, Marnie, and Goldfinger. Connery’s final film of that year propelled him to international superstardom breaking box office records in multiple countries around the world cementing James Bond as a cultural icon for generations to come. Much like The Beatles would achieve astounding breakthrough…

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The Unknown Ian Fleming Film

A few weeks ago I came across an oddity. Towards the back of the latest issue of MI6 Confidential Magazine, there was an article on an old film from the 1960s. This being a James Bond fan periodical I found it somewhat weird that a Bond magazine would contain a feature on a film that…

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Notes From a Bond Fan

In the first post from our newly expanded James Bond Radio blog, JBR listener Simon Woolley (who you may remember from episode 24 with the great Fawlty Towers/Bond question), takes the trademarked 007 Quick Fire questions and offers some thoughts on some of our fellow Bond podcasters! Enjoy Chris & Tom STARTS Morning all! Simon Woolley…

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