James Bond Radio: 007 News, Reviews & Interviews!

This week Dan Gale is getting sketchier than usual. He talks to blogger, artist and collector Peter Lorenz, creator of Illustrated007.blogspot.com

Peter became fascinated by James Bond after watching “The Spy Who Loved Me” in 1977 at the age of 10. Over the years he's compiled a nice collection, mostly items with interesting artwork and books. 

Rather than wanting to own everything, he started a virtual collection which, presently, amounts to 55,000 files and counting...

Direct download: JBR179_The_Illustrated_007_With_Peter_Lorenz.mp3
Category:TV/Film -- posted at: 12:30am UTC

It's a big day for Bond fans across the world, with the reveal of the new title song for No Time To Die. JBR agents, Sears, Dobson, Williams & Lugo come together to discuss and give their initial thoughts. 

Will Billie Eilish‘s theme song go down as a future classic or a dud? Let's find out in today's emergency roundtable podcast.

Direct download: JBR-Billie-Eilish-No-Time-To-Die-Review.mp3
Category:TV/Film -- posted at: 2:20am UTC

It's time to bring 007 back down to Earth on this week's, The Music of Bond.

Rocky composer, Bill Conti reports for duty on 1981's, For Your Eyes Only. As a film we go back to the roots of Fleming with a more serious offering, 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 For Your Eyes Only soundtrack release.

Direct download: TMOB023-FYEO-Soundtrack-Review.mp3
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It’s time for the JBR Family to speak once again! Our intrepid listeners get a chance to take the microphone and voice their thoughts on Brosnan’s third Bond film, The World is not Enough. As usual there are a whole lot of passionate Bond fans out there with something to say.

Tune in to find out what 56 members of the JBR Family think of Bond ’99.

Direct download: JBR178-TWINE-90-Second-Listener-Reviews.mp3
Category:TV/Film -- posted at: 12:30am UTC