Goodbye Sir Roger Moore + Contribute To This Week’s Tribute Podcast

It’s with a heavy heart we report the passing of Sir Roger Moore. This week’s podcast will be a tribute to the man himself and we need your help. We’d love each member of the JBR family to send in a voicemail with their favourite Sir Roger memories.

Whether that’s your favourite Sir Roger Bond moment, or a memory of meeting the great man in real life we want to hear it. Please head over to JamesBondRadio.com right now, click the ‘Send Voicemail’ button on the right hand side and help us pay tribute to Sir Roger Moore.

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  • Menno

    What an enormous loss! Not my favorite Bond, in fact I think he was one of the weakest Bonds. he missed the animal-like danger that Connery had. But, as a person, he must be my favorite. The man oozes charm, charisma, humor and he was a philanthropist. An overall great human being who will be missed enormously. I will continue watching his Bond movies, that are not exactly Fleming’s kind of Bond, but thoroughly entertaining every single one of them.

    Best memory must be watching the Spy who loved me at an early age. Probably the movie that got me truly hooked to JB: The car, jaws, Major Amasova…and of course the class, humor from Sir Roger. Will watch this again. What an absolute legend and class act.

    R.I.P. Sir Roger!

  • Eoghan Lyng

    He was sheer magnetic.

  • Marco Balcazar

    He was indeed. Though many considered him too much of a tongue in cheek James Bond, I believe strongly he solidified James Bond thru the 70’s and 80’s. Just remember how the world changed then (don’t forget why George Lazenby quit) in many ways. He kept the audiences and made us never forget. Will miss Roger. It’s the first James Bond I experience passing away. To you Roger, keeping the British side up!

  • Paul Makowski

    I was born in 1973, the same year Sir Roger Moore took over the role of 007 in Live and Let Die. Although it was the Timothy Dalton era that peaked my James Bond curiosity, I do remember watching Live and Let Die on the on Sunday nights on local TV as a kid. It wouldn’t be until many years later when I would finally get to see the ending and 007 turning Kanaga into a “balloon”. As my love for James Bond grew I would discover Sean Connery & George Lazenby and welcome Pierce Brosnan & Daniel Craig but Sir Roger Moore’s Bond was what I would put on when I wanted a lighthearted adventure with just enough one liners to make me chuckle but not enough to distract me from the story. I have gotten so much enjoyment watching his James Bond movies and will continue to enjoy them from years to come. I know he will be sadly missed not only by myself but his fans all over the world. My sincerest condolences to his family. May he Rest In Peace!

  • Clive Lennox

    “Farewell Mr Bond …. but not goodbye.” That’s what Bibi Dahl said to Sir Roger Moore at the end of the ice hockey scene in FYEO. Roger’s wonderful spirit lives on in his films.

  • Langford

    My first Bond film in the theater was Spy – put a bit of it on this evening. Also, we have a local cable station in my area that plays old TV shows – tonight they were playing (I believe by complete coincidence) a 1983 episode of Johnny Carson, and Rog was one of the featured guests. He was suave and cool as we knew him back then.
    RIP Roger Moore.

  • Simon Firth

    Thanks for popping this up chaps.
    For my part, I am utterly choked. Just as if it Was a family member. I thought the chap was going to live forever such was his ever cheerful, ever presence. I cannot conceive of a world without Sir Roger being in it.
    I am not sure I can watch a Roger Bond just yet. A bitter sweet experience too soon.
    Simon.