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!

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  • Paul Pilon

    Dan Gale is a genius. Well researched and hilarious podcast. Childhood memories of listening to Ian Ogilvy’s Bond cassettes in bed came flooding back and that started me on my journey of obsession with all things Fleming. I can’t wait for the next instalment from station S Somerset. By the way I still have all the Olgilvy audio books and I don’t seem to be able to part with them despite not having a cassette player. Keep up the the good work Agent Gale.

    • So it’s you who has them!
      Where were you when I didn’t need you?
      😆
      Very pleased you liked it.

  • Simon Firth

    That was just completely bloody brilliant.

    Wonderfully researched, superbly delivered with a wry wit, beautifully edited.

    A just completely cracking piece of work all round sir.

    All the best,

    Simon.

  • Paul Coulthard

    I know I’m a bit behind here but that was amazing!

    Sorry Tom and Chris, I’m not trying to take anything away from your normal podcast, but that was the best episode of any podcast I’ve ever heard. And I listen to A LOT.

    Dan, you are clearly an absolute genius and hilarious with it too.

    It helps that I am a massive audiobook fan, especially the recent ones. Hugh Quarshie’s reading of Dr No is my absolute favourite (I might even like it as much as the film).

    Thank you for the amount of time you’ve clearly put into this perfection of an episode. A feast in my ear holes. Can’t wait to get caught up and listen to/watch anything else you create.

    Thank you. Please never stop doing what you do!

    • Hi Paul
      Well, that is the nicest thing we could hope to hear. We enjoyed very much feeding your ear holes. Thank you!

      Dan