On The Tracks of 007: Bond Location Hunting | Podcast #119

This week we’re joined by 2 intrepid Bond location adventurers. First, we talk to Martijn Mulder, author of “On The Tracks of 007.” Widely regarded as the ultimate Bond travel bible, Martijn has tracked down a huge number of all-time classic 007 locations over the years. We’re also joined by Uwe Brosamle, who has used…

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Bill Conti Talks For Your Eyes Only | Podcast #118

We’re back from our month long trip to Shrublands! This week we return with a killer interview with For Your Eyes Only composer Bill Conti. You’ll hear the story of how he got the job, what it was like to work on the movie, and the story of a hilarious alternate score to the Citreon…

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JBR’s 3rd Birthday Bonanza! | James Bond Radio Podcast #117

James Bond Radio is 3 years old! To celebrate we’re continuing our birthday tradition of inviting 5 of our listeners to join us on the show. This year we’re talking Bond with Andy Dermott from Dublin, Logan Morford from Kentucky (USA), Steve Spring from Northampton (UK) Brian Quast from Illinois (USA) and Tom Ryan also…

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From Russia With Love Soundtrack Review | The Music of Bond Podcast #006

Today on The Music Of Bond the team delve into 1962’s Dr. No score by Monty Norman. The earliest film in the series, and the weirdest Soundtrack Album to date (only 7 of the tracks actually appear in the film!) so there is much to discuss and delve into. From Mango Tree to 3 Blind…

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Roger Moore Retrospective (Part 2) | Podcast #116

This week we’re concluding over 2 years of Roger Moore 007 coverage with the final part of the Roger-spective. We’ll be looking at our favourite deadly situations, fight scenes, chases, villain deaths and a whole lot Moore…er…more. In addition, we’ll be revealing the winner of our recent JBR family poll to see who YOU want…

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Roger Moore Retrospective (Part 1) | Podcast #115

Now we’ve completed our reviews for all 7 Roger Moore, James Bond films it’s time to look back on the entire period for one final retrospective. This time we’ll be looking at all of our favourite Roger moments from his ‘Bond…James Bonds’ to his M scenes, his Q scenes and his Moneypenny scenes. This is…

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Who would you like to see helm Bond 25?

So folks, here we have the ultimate poll on who you think should helm Bond 25! Everyone has up to three votes and a week to get their votes in. We obviously couldn’t list every director out there but this should cover the majority of peoples’ thoughts. Click on the below link and let us…

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Dr No Soundtrack Review | The Music of Bond Podcast #004 & #005

Today on The Music Of Bond the team delve into 1962’s Dr. No score by Monty Norman. The earliest film in the series, and the weirdest Soundtrack Album to date (only 7 of the tracks actually appear in the film!) so there is much to discuss and delve into. From Mango Tree to 3 Blind…

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A View To A Kill (Listener Reviews) | Podcast #114

It’s time to turn the microphone over to the JBR listeners to hear their thoughts on Sir Roger’s final turn as Bond: A View To A Kill. Will it be a landslide of love? Will it be a hurricane of hate? Will it be a meadow of middle-ness? The only way to find out is…

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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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