Fri, 26 May 2017
Sir Roger Moore sadly passed away aged 89 on May 23rd 2017. As the ever popular, ever charming "People's Bond" we decided to suspend our regular programming and instead put together a tribute to the great man.
Over the next 4+ hours we go through the messages of sympathy from the world of Bond from Sean Connery to Daniel Craig. We talk to Maddy Smith, Roger's very first Bond girl. We're joined by author of Catching Bullets: Memoirs of a Bond fan, Mark O'Connell, and we're even joined by the great man himself as we revisit our interview with Sir Roger from 2016.
We also wanted to give a voice to Sir Roger's fans around the world, so we put out a request for messages from the JBR listeners. What can only be described as a "server melting" response followed with over 3 hours of voicemails all sharing stories, memories and favourite moments of Sir Roger.
Being the lifelong fans of the great man that we all are, this episode serves as a love letter to Sir Roger and our way of thanking him for a lifetime of smiles.
Sir Roger, we salute you.
Tom & Chris
James Bond Radio
Tue, 23 May 2017
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 moment, or a memory of meeting the great man in real life we want to hear it. Please head over to JamesBondRadio.com right now, click the 'Send Voicemail' button on the right hand side and help us pay tribute to Sir Roger Moore.
Fri, 12 May 2017
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 about everything from Timmy's performance in the gun barrel to Kara's skills on the cello. Daylights is a firm fan favourite but does it hold up 30 years on? Find out on this week's edition of JBR.
Review begins at 36:00