Fri, 25 September 2015
It's a red letter day for Bond fans across the world today with the big reveal of SPECTRE's title song, Writing's on the Wall by Sam Smith. The JBR team thought we'd leap into action and record a special emergency podcast dedicated to the new song, with a section by section break down, lyrical discussions and more!
Direct download: Writings-on-the-wall-Sam-Smith-Review.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:14pm UTC
Fri, 25 September 2015
Following on from our recent interviews with Caroline Munro and Martine Beswick, it's time for James Bond Radio to talk about Bond Girls! We'll be going right back to Dr. No through to Live & Let Die in today's podcast talking Honey Ryder to Solitaire with all the Bond girls in between.
In addition, the second round of Bond Celebrity Deathmatch comes to an end, we run the usual gauntlet of quotes, trivia and all the usual JBR goodness!
Direct download: JBR053-The-Bond-Girls-Part-1.mp3
Category:TV/Film -- posted at: 3:56am UTC
Fri, 18 September 2015
It's time to open the MI6 Mailbag at James Bond Radio. This week we're answering listener questions including thoughts on The Living Daylights starring Pierce Brosnan, Timothy Dalton in Casino Royale and what Quentin Tarantino's take on Casino might have been like.
Not only that we give an exclusive play to what could possibly be the greatest undiscovered Bond song ever written!
Chris & Tom
Direct download: JBR052-MI6-Mailbag-2.mp3
Category:TV/Film -- posted at: 2:03am UTC
Fri, 11 September 2015
It’s a red letter day at James Bond Radio. We have our very first Bond girls on the show!
First up we have The Spy Who Loved Me’s Caroline Munro regaling us with stories of working with Sir Roger Moore, Richard Kiel and Lewis Gilbert. Then we talk to 2 time Bond girl, Martine Beswick who we all know as Zora the fighting gypsy girl in From Russia With Love and for her turn as Thunderball’s Paula Caplan.
Direct download: JBR051-Bond-Girls-Caroline-Munro-And-Martine-Beswick-Interview.mp3
Category:TV/Film -- posted at: 1:11am UTC
Thu, 3 September 2015
Well, well, well we reached 50 episodes of James Bond Radio. What better way to celebrate than for us to conclude our review of that most polarizing of Bond films; Moonraker.
Along with the Roger action we run the usual gauntlet of Bond Trivia, Guess The Music Q, Complete The Lyric, Guess The Quote and the latest round of Bond Celebrity Deathmatch!
Direct download: JBR050-Moonraker-Reviewed-Part-2.mp3
Category:TV/Film -- posted at: 10:48pm UTC