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Things are heating up as we reach the final act of our Tomorrow Never Dies Review.

After escaping Carver's Saigon headquarters, we pay a visit to Wai Lin's safe house. After witnessing her kung fu skills first hand, we go on the hunt for Elliot. Finishing up with a firefight on board his stealth boat, we ask the question: Is Tomorrow Never Dies a worthy follow up to Goldeneye?

Find out on this week’s episode of James Bond Radio.

Direct download: JBR154-Tomorrow-Never-Dies-Review-Part-3.mp3
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We’re back with the second part of our Tomorrow Never Dies review.

This week we take a look at Paris Carver's late night visit to Bond's hotel room, pay a visit to Elliot's secret lab, and meet a man well versed in the ways of chakra torture, Dr. Kaufman. We take part in an epic car chase with a difference, HALO jump into Vietnamese territory, and in old school Bond style we take some time out for a spot of scuba diving.

Our deep dive into Pierce Brosnan’s second 007 film continues.

Direct download: JBR153-Tomorrow-Never-Dies-Review-Part-2.mp3
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It’s time to begin our exploration of Pierce Brosnan's second bond film, 1997's Tomorrow Never Dies.

This time Bond faces off against media mogul, Elliot Carver, as played by Jonathan Pryce. We have a new 007 director in the shape of 'Air America's' Roger Spottiswoode, we have slap happy Desperate Housewife, Teri Hatcher, and we have Hong Kong action star, Michelle Yeoh as Bond's Chinese opposite number Wai Lin.

Is it a solid follow up to Brosnan's Goldeneye debut, or are we left wanting more?

Find out on this week’s episode of James Bond Radio.

Direct download: JBR152-Tomorrow-Never-Dies-Review-Part-1.mp3
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It's time to climb into our Lotus Esprit and drive it straight into the sea on this week's The Music of Bond.

While John Barry takes another break from the world of 007, Marvin Hamlisch steps up to score the The Spy Who Loved Me. As a film it's often referred to as Sir Roger's best, 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 soundtrack release.

Direct download: TMOB018-The-Spy-Who-Loved-Me-Soundtrack-Review.mp3
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