TAPE SECRET! The Audiobooks of James Bond | Podcast Documentary

This week we have some thing completely different for your aural pleasure. In the first of a monthly series of audio documentaries, new 00-JBR recruit Dan Gale takes us through the history of the James Bond audiobooks. That’s right, this week you’re actually going to learn something! Listen Below… iTunes: http://jamesbondradio.com/itunes Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/jamesbondradio Twitter: http://twitter.com/jamesbondradio

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On Location: Mexico City’s Day of the Dead Festival by Ben Waterworth

Australian JBR fan and fellow Bond podcaster Ben Waterworth was in Mexico City for the recent first inaugural Day of the Dead Festival inspired by the pre-titles sequence of SPECTRE. He captured some extraordinary photos and even put together a brilliant video documenting this epic experience! As a massive James Bond fan and rival James…

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Gloria Hendry Interview + Mi6 Mailbag #4 | Podcast #109

Big shout out to JBR roving reporter Matthew Chernov this week for bagging a brief on-the-spot interview with the one and only Gloria Hendry aka Rosie Carver! We’ll hear all about her recent jazz tribute to the music of Bond and a whole lot more. Also we finally get around the the 4th instalment of…

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Gloria Hendry’s Jazz Tribute to the Songs of James Bond By Matthew Chernov

“The songs are just wonderful! I love them all!” That’s how Gloria Hendry, the unforgettable co-star of Live and Let Die, described the music of the 007 series when I spoke with her recently in Los Angeles. Our conversation took place at the Barbara Morrison Performing Center, located in L.A.’s historic Leimert Park neighborhood, where…

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Nic Raine Interview | The Music of Bond Podcast #001

This week join Chris Wright and Warren Ringham for the first of a brand new monthly series for James Bond Radio: The Music Of Bond. For our inaugural episode we have a fabulous, not-to-be-missed interview with Composer, Arranger, Orchestrator and Conductor Nic Raine. Nic was John Barry’s orchestrator in the later part of his career,…

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The Video Games of Bond – Part 1 by Matthew Grice

In this ongoing series, Matthew Grice takes a look at the video games of Bond.  Drawing mainly from his memory and his experience playing some of the games, Matthew takes us on a personal journey through the history of Bond video games starting from the beginning up through present day.  Part 1 takes us from…

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Get your vote in for Round 8 of Bond Girl Battle!

Who will win the following battle between two of the most unforgettably-named Bond Girls? Both are skilled in martial arts and both change allegiance to assist Bond in foiling the villain’s plot. One is immune to Bond’s charms (at least she says so), the other ensures she’s the one on top when bedding our main…

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Sir Roger Moore Talks Bond, Cubby Broccoli, Timothy Dalton & more | Podcast #108

James Bond Radio is BACK with what can only be described as the best possible thing EVER! Yes, that’s right we actually got to talk Bond with the one and only Sir Roger Moore. We hear all about his famous backgammon sessions with Cubby Broccoli, watching Timothy Dalton play Bond for the first time and…

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Beyond Bond at The New Yorker Festival – Report by Wilfred Picorelli

Reporting by Wilfred Picorelli Article assembled by Jack Lugo While Daniel Craig did not make an official commitment to continue as Bond, it would appear that he has warmed up to the prospect saying in response to the question of whether or not he would return: ” I got the best job in the world…

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Daniel Craig Will Return For Bond 25 And Here’s Why…

[Updated in light of Daniel Craig’s recent New Yorker interview] There has been a huge amount of press rumour in recent months concerning Daniel Craig and his future in the role of Bond. Some say he’s already quit. Some say Eon productions are throwing huge sums of money to lure him back for Bond 25.…

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