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James Bond Radio: 007 News, Reviews & Interviews!

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James Bond Radio: 007 News, Reviews & Interviews!

James Bond Radio: 007 News, Reviews & Interviews!

James Bond Radio

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James Bond Radio is the podcast for 007 fans. Every Friday, join lifelong Bond fanatics Tom Sears & Chris Wright, as they explore the world of 007. From celebrity interviews with the likes of Sir Roger Moore, Bruce Glover, John Glen, and Peter Lamont, to all the latest news and reviews. With 5 years of faithful service to the Bond community and features in Variety, The Times and on BBC Radio 2, James Bond Radio is your guide to all things Bond.Disclaimer: James Bond Radio is an unofficial entity and is not affiliated with EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. or Danjaq, LLC.

Latest Episodes

#188: The Big Summer JBR Quiz

EIt's time for another Big James Bond Quiz, this time powered by the creativity and enthusiasm of the JBR Family itself. As mentioned in last week's MI6 Mailbag episode, JBR listeners Rory Couper & John Ward have been hosting a Friday Night Bond Quiz on Zoom with assembled members of the JBR Family. So we thought what better way to see in the beginning of Summer, than by bringing them on the podcast for some 00 trivial excitement. Grab a pen and paper and get ready to test your Bond skills. Warning: If you thought our usual Boxing Day Quiz was challenging, John & Rory's questions will blow your mind.

114 MIN4 d ago
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#188: The Big Summer JBR Quiz

#187: MI6 Mailbag

EThis week Tom and Brian open up the MI6 Mailbag with special guest, Darren Noble. Eagle-eared listeners will remember us mention JBR listener Darren as our 'kindest in the community' choice during the James Bond 25 Day Challenge episode, so we thought who better than ol' Dazzy Nobs to join us on this week's episode. We'll be answering listener questions covering: The future of 007 post 'No Time To Die, whether serialised adventures are better than standalone stories, we reflect on Craig's Bondian legacy, ponder what one does with Blofeld once Daniel leaves, and much more. Tune in for this week's 00-discussion.

128 MIN1 w ago
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#187: MI6 Mailbag

The Music of Bond #025: Octopussy Soundtrack Review

EIt’s time to bring 007 back to 1983 on this week’s, The Music of Bond. John Barry returns for duty on Octopussy. As a film we’re firmly in tongue in cheek territory, but what of the score? Tune in for discussion on the history of the music, a look behind the scenes and a track by track discussion of the original Octopussy soundtrack release.

104 MIN2 w ago
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The Music of Bond #025: Octopussy Soundtrack Review

#186: The Stunts of Bond with Vic Armstrong

EWe are joined by an all-time legend on this week's episode of James Bond Radio. The world's greatest stuntman, Vic Armstrong tells us all about his work on Bond (and beyond) over the years. From his first Bond appearance as a volcano ninja in You Only Live Twice, to doubling Bond in Live & Let Die, leaping off castle walls on horseback in Never Say Never Again, and many more. You'll hear the unlikely inspiration behind the Thames boat chase from The World is Not Enough. You'll hear stories of nasty injuries picked up in the line of duty, a Bond idea that made it into a non-Bond movie, and even Vic's thoughts on THAT scene from Die Another Day. All this and more on this week's episode of James Bond Radio. Note: A big thank you to Robert Sellers for helping put together this interview.

96 MIN3 w ago
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#186: The Stunts of Bond with Vic Armstrong

#185: Illustrated Bond With Alan J. Porter

EOn this week’s JBR: The Comics of Bond episode, Alan J. Porter chats with host Jack Lugo about Bond comics, his recent trip to Goldeneye, and his work restoring vehicles and props for the Ian Fleming Foundation. Alan was an early guest of JBR in 2015 when he talked with Tom & Chris about his book James Bond: The History of the Illustrated 007. He is also the co-host of On Her Majesty’s Secret Podcast. Find out if the answers to any of Alan’s quick fire questions have changed and what he thinks about the latest Bond comics from Dynamite along with his thoughts on what the Bond franchise should do after No Time To Die. All this and more in this latest installment of JBR: The Comics of Bond.

64 MINMAY 1
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#185: Illustrated Bond With Alan J. Porter

#184: The James Bond 25 Day Challenge

ETom and Brian explore the James Bond 25 Day Challenge. Discussing everything from our favourite locations, to set design, action sequences and much more. You're going to find a few (positively) shocking opinions on today's episode, so buckle up, grab yourself a cool martini, and enjoy this week's podcast.

105 MINAPR 24
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#184: The James Bond 25 Day Challenge

#183: When Harry Met Cubby With Robert Sellers

EThis week's podcast sees the return of Robert Sellers. Long time listeners will remember Robert from his first JBR appearance talking about his book, 'The Battle For Bond,'(podcast #012) way back in 2014. Robert is back with a new Bond book titled,'When Harry Met Cubby: The Story of the James Bond Producers.' Cubby Broccoli and Harry Saltzman remain the most successful producing partnership in movie history. But their relationship was fraught almost from the very beginning. With such contrasting personalities, their interactions often span out of control. They managed to drive away their coveted star, Sean Connery, and ultimately each other.

99 MINAPR 17
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#183: When Harry Met Cubby With Robert Sellers

The Music of Bond#024: Jon Burlingame

EThis week, we're joined by Jon Burlingame, author of 007 music bible The Music Of Bond. Having written for Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and many more, Jon is the one of the leading voices when it comes to writing about music for film and television. Jon has been at the top of our interview hitlist for a long time, and this week we finally made it happen. So, grab yourself a Vesper, put your feet up, and enjoy, The Music of Bond, with Jon Burlingame.

68 MINAPR 10
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The Music of Bond#024: Jon Burlingame

#182: No Time To Die, Dr No, Live & Let Die & Ian Fleming: James Bond's Jamaica

ENo other film franchise inspires tourism the way the James Bond series does. From Switzerland’s revolving Piz Gloria restaurant that was featured prominently in “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” to Thailand’s island of Khao Phing Kan where the climax of “The Man with the Golden Gun” was set, Bond movie locations continue to attract countless visitors each year. And topping the travel bucket list of every serious Bond fan is the country of Jamaica, where scenes from “Dr. No,” “Live and Let Die,” and the upcoming “No Time to Die” were shot. This week, Variety writer, Matt Chernov joins us to talk about his recent Jamaican 007 adventure.

81 MINAPR 3
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#182: No Time To Die, Dr No, Live & Let Die & Ian Fleming: James Bond's Jamaica

#181: Raising An Eyebrow With Gareth Owen

ESir Roger Moore's right hand man, Gareth Owen joins us this week. He talks about his life working with the great man, how he got into the industry, life at Pinewood, Sir Roger's favourite snack and much more.

84 MINMAR 27
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#181: Raising An Eyebrow With Gareth Owen

Latest Episodes

#188: The Big Summer JBR Quiz

EIt's time for another Big James Bond Quiz, this time powered by the creativity and enthusiasm of the JBR Family itself. As mentioned in last week's MI6 Mailbag episode, JBR listeners Rory Couper & John Ward have been hosting a Friday Night Bond Quiz on Zoom with assembled members of the JBR Family. So we thought what better way to see in the beginning of Summer, than by bringing them on the podcast for some 00 trivial excitement. Grab a pen and paper and get ready to test your Bond skills. Warning: If you thought our usual Boxing Day Quiz was challenging, John & Rory's questions will blow your mind.

114 MIN4 d ago
Comments
#188: The Big Summer JBR Quiz

#187: MI6 Mailbag

EThis week Tom and Brian open up the MI6 Mailbag with special guest, Darren Noble. Eagle-eared listeners will remember us mention JBR listener Darren as our 'kindest in the community' choice during the James Bond 25 Day Challenge episode, so we thought who better than ol' Dazzy Nobs to join us on this week's episode. We'll be answering listener questions covering: The future of 007 post 'No Time To Die, whether serialised adventures are better than standalone stories, we reflect on Craig's Bondian legacy, ponder what one does with Blofeld once Daniel leaves, and much more. Tune in for this week's 00-discussion.

128 MIN1 w ago
Comments
#187: MI6 Mailbag

The Music of Bond #025: Octopussy Soundtrack Review

EIt’s time to bring 007 back to 1983 on this week’s, The Music of Bond. John Barry returns for duty on Octopussy. As a film we’re firmly in tongue in cheek territory, but what of the score? Tune in for discussion on the history of the music, a look behind the scenes and a track by track discussion of the original Octopussy soundtrack release.

104 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Music of Bond #025: Octopussy Soundtrack Review

#186: The Stunts of Bond with Vic Armstrong

EWe are joined by an all-time legend on this week's episode of James Bond Radio. The world's greatest stuntman, Vic Armstrong tells us all about his work on Bond (and beyond) over the years. From his first Bond appearance as a volcano ninja in You Only Live Twice, to doubling Bond in Live & Let Die, leaping off castle walls on horseback in Never Say Never Again, and many more. You'll hear the unlikely inspiration behind the Thames boat chase from The World is Not Enough. You'll hear stories of nasty injuries picked up in the line of duty, a Bond idea that made it into a non-Bond movie, and even Vic's thoughts on THAT scene from Die Another Day. All this and more on this week's episode of James Bond Radio. Note: A big thank you to Robert Sellers for helping put together this interview.

96 MIN3 w ago
Comments
#186: The Stunts of Bond with Vic Armstrong

#185: Illustrated Bond With Alan J. Porter

EOn this week’s JBR: The Comics of Bond episode, Alan J. Porter chats with host Jack Lugo about Bond comics, his recent trip to Goldeneye, and his work restoring vehicles and props for the Ian Fleming Foundation. Alan was an early guest of JBR in 2015 when he talked with Tom & Chris about his book James Bond: The History of the Illustrated 007. He is also the co-host of On Her Majesty’s Secret Podcast. Find out if the answers to any of Alan’s quick fire questions have changed and what he thinks about the latest Bond comics from Dynamite along with his thoughts on what the Bond franchise should do after No Time To Die. All this and more in this latest installment of JBR: The Comics of Bond.

64 MINMAY 1
Comments
#185: Illustrated Bond With Alan J. Porter

#184: The James Bond 25 Day Challenge

ETom and Brian explore the James Bond 25 Day Challenge. Discussing everything from our favourite locations, to set design, action sequences and much more. You're going to find a few (positively) shocking opinions on today's episode, so buckle up, grab yourself a cool martini, and enjoy this week's podcast.

105 MINAPR 24
Comments
#184: The James Bond 25 Day Challenge

#183: When Harry Met Cubby With Robert Sellers

EThis week's podcast sees the return of Robert Sellers. Long time listeners will remember Robert from his first JBR appearance talking about his book, 'The Battle For Bond,'(podcast #012) way back in 2014. Robert is back with a new Bond book titled,'When Harry Met Cubby: The Story of the James Bond Producers.' Cubby Broccoli and Harry Saltzman remain the most successful producing partnership in movie history. But their relationship was fraught almost from the very beginning. With such contrasting personalities, their interactions often span out of control. They managed to drive away their coveted star, Sean Connery, and ultimately each other.

99 MINAPR 17
Comments
#183: When Harry Met Cubby With Robert Sellers

The Music of Bond#024: Jon Burlingame

EThis week, we're joined by Jon Burlingame, author of 007 music bible The Music Of Bond. Having written for Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and many more, Jon is the one of the leading voices when it comes to writing about music for film and television. Jon has been at the top of our interview hitlist for a long time, and this week we finally made it happen. So, grab yourself a Vesper, put your feet up, and enjoy, The Music of Bond, with Jon Burlingame.

68 MINAPR 10
Comments
The Music of Bond#024: Jon Burlingame

#182: No Time To Die, Dr No, Live & Let Die & Ian Fleming: James Bond's Jamaica

ENo other film franchise inspires tourism the way the James Bond series does. From Switzerland’s revolving Piz Gloria restaurant that was featured prominently in “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” to Thailand’s island of Khao Phing Kan where the climax of “The Man with the Golden Gun” was set, Bond movie locations continue to attract countless visitors each year. And topping the travel bucket list of every serious Bond fan is the country of Jamaica, where scenes from “Dr. No,” “Live and Let Die,” and the upcoming “No Time to Die” were shot. This week, Variety writer, Matt Chernov joins us to talk about his recent Jamaican 007 adventure.

81 MINAPR 3
Comments
#182: No Time To Die, Dr No, Live & Let Die & Ian Fleming: James Bond's Jamaica

#181: Raising An Eyebrow With Gareth Owen

ESir Roger Moore's right hand man, Gareth Owen joins us this week. He talks about his life working with the great man, how he got into the industry, life at Pinewood, Sir Roger's favourite snack and much more.

84 MINMAR 27
Comments
#181: Raising An Eyebrow With Gareth Owen
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