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…

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The Legendary Sir Roger Moore Has Passed Away at Age 89

5/23/2017 By Jack Lugo It is with a great deal of sadness that we must report that legendary Bond actor Sir Roger Moore has passed away at age 89.  In a statement released by his children on his official Twitter page, it was revealed that the beloved icon succumbed to “a short but brave battle…

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WE KNEW HIS NAME Chris Cornell Obituary by Ajay Chowdhury

May 18th 2017 WE KNEW HIS NAME Chris Cornell Obituary by Ajay Chowdhury   Chris Cornell, singer and co-writer of ‘You Know My Name’, written for Daniel Craig’s 007 debut, Casino Royale, has died at the tragically young age of 52. Co-written with David Arnold, the track redefined what a Bond song could be in the Daniel Craig era, with…

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The Living Daylights Review (Part 1) | Podcast #120

It’s time to say goodbye to Sir Roger and enter the age of Timothy Dalton. The year is 1987. We have a brand new Bond, a Fleming based story and quite possibly the best pre-title sequence in the entire series. This week on James Bond Radio, we’re going deep on The Living Daylights. We talk…

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The Music of Bond: An Interview with Producer Lukas Kendall

Music of Bond : Interview by Jack Lugo Lukas Kendall is the founder and editor in chief of Film Score Monthly. Back in 2003 he had the unique opportunity to produce the remasters of the Bond soundtracks.  I recently interviewed Jeff Bond who wrote the liner notes to those releases, and Jeff was kind enough…

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The Music of Bond: An Interview with Jeff Bond

Interview by Jack Lugo His name is Bond, JEFF BOND.  Although he shares his last name with the hero of our franchise, Jeff Bond is neither related to the fictional hero nor to the ornithologist whose name was famously appropriated by Ian Fleming.  Jeff Bond is the writer and editor who worked on the liner…

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Goldfinger Soundtrack Review | The Music of Bond Podcast #007

The Music of Bond is back with our Goldfinger soundtrack review. This week we talk about the history of the score, discuss favourite tunes and go through it track by track. Is it John Barry’s all-time masterpiece? Does it live up to the hype? Is it the kind of score you can make scrambled eggs…

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The Video Games of Bond Part 2 by Matthew Grice

Following up on his most fascinating Video Games of Bond Series, Matthew Grice revisits 4 Bond games of yesteryear from his childhood.  Matthew offers his personal recollections of these games, and I think many of us will remember having played a few of them ourselves. If you have any personal memories of playing these video…

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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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What’s So Complicated about Writing Bond 25? by Jack Lugo

Disclaimer:  This an opinion piece.  The views expressed herein are my own and should NOT be attributed to Tom and Chris or to the podcast if you happen to disagree. – Jack Lugo Aside from anticipating some official word regarding Daniel Craig’s imminent return, another question about Bond 25 seems to have arisen from recent…

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