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We return after a short, health-related haitus for a meaty convo about what we have been watching, including: How do Star Trek toilets work?, Halloween Ends, Howard, Werewolf by Night, The Sound of 007, Nature Boy, The Thing, Ecstacy of Order: The Tetris Masters, War of the Worlds (1953), Hans Zimmer: Hollywood Rebel, Jurassic World: Dominion (Mike's take), Fletch (1985), Howard, The Story of British Cinema: The Pioneer Years and MORE Subscribe (and review us) at Apple Podcasts Check out Mike's other show The Rewatch Project Feedback appreciated at firstname.lastname@example.org and hang with us on facebook
Gorgeous estate, incredible views, movie set, weddings, and more #Villa Balbianello is a “MUST-SEE” while visiting #Lake #Como #Italy September 2022 I had the privilege of visiting Menaggio just down the road from the villa. This villa makes for a great day trip either by boat or by car.Here is today's quick podcast to help you plan your next Como itinerary!⏱TIMELINE⏱:45 How to get there1:50 Parking information and entrances2:30 Tour Information by car, by boat AND Summer nights3:07 Group Tours by Travel with Wendy4:28 Movie set Magnet - BLOG5:54 FAI Management - Historical Preservations6:34 Continuing the day trip, next up Bellagio
It's been about 5034 episodes in a row where we have promised the next episode would be our recap on Entrapment but FINALLY we are here to kick off our next round of the main Bond actors in other movies as we review Sean Connery flirting a lot with Catherine Zeta-Jones in the 1999 blockbuster! Does this movie hold up or is it a bit dated? Is it fairly criticised as being ‘creepy' with the older man/younger woman cliché of the late 90s or is it really not much of a bad thing? Why is Connery the most Scottish he has ever sounded in this film? Why isn't Colin that into Catherine Zeta-Jones? Does this movie peak too early? Why does half of this movie not make sense? Why was Connery kicking Pierce Brosnan out of Scotland for this movie? Is this movie actually called Blackmail? Can we appreciate leather outfits more in this movie? How often is Catherine Zeta-Jones naked in this movie? What type of haircuts do we all want watching this film? And why is Malaysia a great location? There's lots to get through and lots to talk about so that means there's lots to listen to and you can do that right now! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Said to be the inspiration for Ian Fleming's iconic James Bond character, Sidney Reilly (c. 1873–1925) is one of the most colorful and best–known spies of the 20th century.Join us with historian Benny Morris, author of the new Jewish Lives biography Sidney Reilly: Master Spy, as we sift through the reality and the myth of Reilly's life and uncover a fascinating portrait of one of the most intriguing figures from the golden age of spies.
Episode 275 of the John1911 Podcast is now live: Managing deer season on our range. Against the war in Ukraine makes you a Putin puppet? Something cut cables to Shetland Islands. Should the US "007" British pilots helping China? Why polls don't work anymore. FBI confirms Danchenko was Russia agent in court. Two Father's of the Year(sic). Danny & Marky www.John1911.com "Shooting Guns & Having Fun"
Mike, Danny, and Nick discuss three recent #1s and give their review: Kaya #1, Briar #1, and 007 #1.Timestamps:00:00:00 - Start/Last Week in Comics00:02:52 - Orphan and the Five Beasts00:08:45 - Two Moons #1-500:13:06 - Mike rants about the worst movie he's ever seen00:15:15 - X-Men #1500:19:09 - Batman Incorporated #100:24:43 - Lost Lad London Vol. 100:31:29 - Akira Vol. 300:35:51 - Top of Our Pile00:36:21 - Predator #300:39:46 - Justice League Incarnate00:42:26 - Listener Picks00:43:29 - Cryptid Club00:45:35 - New Number Ones!00:46:36 - Kaya #1 Intro00:48:52 - Briar #1 Intro00:50:00 - 007 #1 Intro00:51:35 - Kaya #1 Discussion01:00:43 - Briar #1 Discussion01:08:41 - 007 #1 Discussion01:16:41 - Wrap/CreditsMusic provided by Infinity Shred. Find them on Bandcamp.IRCB Avatars by @ICELEVELProducer: Mike RapinProoflistener: Kait LamphereEditor: Zander RiggsSupport us on Patreon to get access to our Patreon-only series: IRCB Movie Club, Saga of Saga, Giant Days of Our Lives, A Better Batmobile, and more! patreon.com/ircbpodcastEmail: email@example.comTwitter: @ircbpodcastInstagram: @ircbpodcastDiscord: discordapp.com/invite/E8JUB9sReddit: ireadcomicbooks.reddit.comIRCB GoodreadsMerch: shop.ircbpodcast.com
Join us as our Decoding session for the pre-title sequence to Tomorrow Never Dies hits the presses. Mike Reyes of Cinemablend.com joins Dan and Tom to discuss this excellent pre-title sequence. What's it all about? Well, Raymond Benson's novelization of the movie sheds light on it, David Arnold as series composer adds a new dimension, chess pieces and power, Judi Dench delivers – and what is her relationship to Geoffrey Palmer? And yeah boom bang, explosions plane chases decoders and more! What does this all mean? Let's look at the Tomorrow Never Dies pre-title sequence ! Contact us at: info@SpyMovieNavigator.com Check out all of our James Bond content. Webpage Address: https://bit.ly/3rZzdrd
The new fall season of the Smorgasbord Radio show kicks off with the return of Chief Conspiracy Correspondent (CCC) Jerome Malauskas to the studio. We begin the show with some breaking news out of South Korea: K-pop group BTS members face possible military conscription. We discuss what it could mean for the popular boy band. We celebrate the return of the Oktoberfest festival after two years of cancelations due to the coronavirus. Prost! And get ready for a more sensitive James Bond as the 007 franchise "evolves".
Let's go back to 1994 when Bond fans were wondering when the next 007 film would hit our screens. Fortunately James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger decided to give the spy genre a shot by making True Lies.If you haven't seen it for a while, or ever, we encourage you to have a listen to 009 & 004 as they remember this full-on nineties action blockbuster..... and drool a little over Jamie Lee Curtis too! As always, send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or Licence to Podcast on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.
Global James Bond Day is every October 5th commemorating the 1962 release of Eon Productions first James Bond movie, DR. NO! We salute the phenomenon that Eon Productions has built and talk about how Global James Bond Day and this year's 60th Anniversary of DR. NO goes way beyond the movies! Cracking the Code of Spy Movies has over 70 James Bond podcast episodes! Check them out: https://spymovienavigator.com/james-bond-podcasts/
Internationally acclaimed James Bond expert and author Steven Jay Rubin joins the podcast to celebrate the 60th anniversary of “Dr. No” and the James Bond film franchise.We start with a discussion of his newly updated “The James Bond Movie Encyclopedia,” the ultimate resource for Bond fans and collectors. Then we discuss the early development of the first Bond film before getting into a detailed discussion of “Dr. No,” which was released in the UK on October 5, 1962. Steven provides background on the casting of a fairly unknown Scottish actor by the name of Sean Connery as James Bond and his collaboration with director Terence Young to establish the character. We also discuss the importance of Joseph Wiseman's portrayal of the first filmed Bond villain, Dr. No, and how it established the tone of the villains that followed. And we discuss the other cast, including then-unknown actress Ursula Andress in one of the most iconic introductions in film history. We also discuss the importance of composer Monty Norman, the opening titles created by Maurice Binder, Peter Hunt's fast-paced editing style, and production designer Ken Adam's incredible sets. We bookend the discussion with a detailed review of the most recent film, “No Time to Die” starring Daniel Craig in his last role as Bond. We review the rocky start of the film and the controversial ending of the movie. We also discuss Craig's impact on the Bond legacy and some of our favorite stunts and scenes in the films. We finish up the celebration with a fun rapid-fire sequence where we learn which films are fan favorites, the most popular Bond actor, and what the future holds for the franchise.Purchase on Amazon:The James Bond Movie EncyclopediaDr. No Blu-ray No Time to Die 4KGuest Linkswww.stevenjayrubin.comFacebookOtaku Media produces podcasts, behind-the-scenes extras, and media that connect creatives with their fans and businesses with their consumers. Contact us today to see how we can work together to achieve your goals. www.otakumedia.tv
A very special episode coming your way today on a very special day as not only do we celebrate JAMES BOND DAY, but we also celebrate the 60th anniversary of the James Bond movie franchise! And to celebrate, the gang is back together to bring you a special 60th anniversary episode as we go over our favourite moments from each of the 25 official films in true Double Oz Seven fashion! Why have we made this episode so long? Which movies do we struggle to keep at just one moment? Which movies do we struggle to even find one moment? Are there some trivia facts that we find out that really are silly? Why did so many people seemingly not want to be involved in the 1960s? Who is Jim? Where does Colin go for some of this episode? What is the Pierceapedia and the Pierceapede? Why is Roger Moore such a prankster? What is wrong with Reddit at the moment? Will the boys all come together to play Monopoly one day? What is the deepest question ever asked on this podcast doing in this episode? And why is the singing in this episode even a thing? It's an amazing episode to help you celebrate an amazing franchise, so get to it and get to listening! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
In a brand new series of podcasts from the Oddjob Pod, we celebrate the classic action movies of the golden age of sell-through videos.For our first episode, Gary, Terry and Graham have been off down to the Our Price store and picked up a VHS copy of Lethal Weapon.Download the podcast here or you can listen to it on the player below. The Oddjob Pod is also available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Amazon.Alternatively, add our feed to your podcatcher of choice. Love the OddjobPod? Please give it a 5-star rating. Like our Facebook page.Follow @oddjobpod on Twitterand on Insta
With a new Bond on the horizon we look back at Daniel Craig's debut as Bond in Casino Royale.Check out our James Bond Theme Review here: https://3drivals.buzzsprout.com/205028/1590067-episode-39-all-24-james-bond-theme-songs-ranked?t=0
We celebrated when Ben read the first 3 Fleming novels and now he's gone and read the next 3! Yay! So what does that mean? Well we're back of course to go over his thoughts on Diamonds Are Forever, From Russia With Love & Dr. No as well as get updated opinions from both Noah & Colin in another episode that we know you'll be loving every second of! Do we feel these three novels hold up better than the first three or are they different? Does Colin like Diamonds Are Forever better as a movie or a book, especially with his beloved Tiffany Case? Why are opinions divided on whether the movies are closely related to some aspects of these books? Was JFK right about From Russia With Love being so good? Why is the human centipede a thing again? Would we want to play Ben's Bond Monopoly he made? Why are we sad for not getting a giant squid in the Dr. No movie? Which book is Bond a raging alcoholic in? And are these the last three decent Bond books we will read for a while? There's a lot to get through and a lot for you to enjoy in another amazing episode you won't want to miss! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Whoa talk about earth shattering news! How many of y'all are excited that Hugh Jackman is back as Wolverine and in Deadpool 3 of all places! Is he the MCUs Wolverine? Who knows. We also talk about Netflix Tudum, Star Wars Andor, Star Trek 4, James Bond, Call of Duty Modern Warfare II, Overwatch 2 and Cyberpunk's rise from the ashes.
Our survey of John Gardner's continuation novels carries on with a chat over his third effort. If, like many, you buy into the belief that a Bond's third outing is his best ("Goldfinger", "The Spy Who Loved Me", "Skyfall".... Fleming, too, wrote "Moonraker" third) then Gardner should be stretching comfortably by now. "Icebreaker" sees 007 join an inter-agency operation in Finland to thwart a fascist terrorist group. So, come join us in a world of snowmobiles, double agents and smoked salmon fireside chats. We're off to infiltrate an Ice Palace! It's time to look down the literary gun barrel once again!
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It's time for this month's Tailoring Talk Bondathon episode as Phil, Jon and I review the 7th 007 James bond movie: yes it's time to delve into Diamonds Are Forever!WARNING: This episode contains a vast amount of spoilers so if you haven't seen Diamonds Are Forever and don't want to know what happens, go watch the movie and come back to the episode straight after!This start to finish run through of Sean Connery's penultimate 007 outing also includes the boys discussing the outfits, gadgets, villains and Bond girls plus all the key plot points... and going off on a big tangent over which Transformers toy was the best... Enjoy!Get in touch! Got a particular Bond film you love? Would you like to be on the show to review and discuss it with Roberto and our co-hosts? Then what are you waiting for, get in touch! Email Roberto at email@example.com or get in touch via the show's new Instagram page @tailoringtalkpodcast ! Links:Roberto on Instagram http://www.instagram.com/robertorevillalondonTailoring Talk on Instagram http://www.instagram.com/tailoringtalkpodcastConnect with Philip Rahman on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/philip-rahman-276b871/The Play Pause Turn Podcast https://playpauseturn.showPlay Pause Turn on Twitter https://twitter.com/playpauseturnJon Evans https://twitter.com/jonprevans Credits:Tailoring Talk intro and outro music by Wataboy on PixabayProduced & Edited by Roberto RevillaDiamonds Are Forever is an EON ProductionThe Theme Song Diamonds Are Forever was written by John Barry with lyrics by Don Black and performed by Shirley Bassey, soundtrack copyright 2003 EMI RecordsSupport the show
It's time to come back to our Bond actors in other roles recap series...oh wait...no...it's ANOTHER rankings episode. Right. Okay. Well then, it's time to come back to our RANKINGS SERIES as we find yet more things to rank in the Bond universe by ranking all those final scenes in all the Bond movies that you know and love. Why are we doing this episode when we have promised forever to bring you a recap on Entrapment with our Bond actors in other roles series? Why is Noah wanting to do this one and still avoiding doing the cars episode? Are there some actual obvious bottom ones here or will Ben ruin it once again? Will Colin & Noah actually be the Ben of this episode? Why is Colin anti-legs? Who is Tiddlywinks Johnson? Who is anti-fun? What will we have to say about the blinking fish? Why do we want to buy a new toy that allows us to tickle Colin? Why are we concerned about who each others man crush is? What is the deal with Elizabeth Moss? Is Denise Richards secretly brilliant? And why is Celine Dion a thing once again on this show? It's crazy, it's wacky, it's another Double Oz Seven rankings so get to listening and enjoy! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
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The OddjobPod turns its eyes to new frontiers in the James Bond movie with the debut of the much loved actor, Pierce Brosnan, as 007 in Goldeneye.This film has a considerable legacy, not just in redining the movies for the 1990s but also for it's impact on the video gaming industry that is still felt today.Download the podcast here or you can listen to it on the player below. The Oddjob Pod is also available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Amazon.Alternatively, add our feed to your podcatcher of choice. Love the OddjobPod? Please give it a 5-star rating. Like our Facebook page.Follow @oddjobpod on Twitterand on Insta
The first episode of my Patreon exclusive show is out NOW over on Patreon! Erika from the Monster Madness Podcast is my co-host for this series and are so excited to bring it to you. If you like this little preview please consider subscribing to my Patreon to get the full nearly 3 HOUR long episode! You can find my Patreon HERE Go check out Monster Madness HERE Check out the Bit by Bit Foundation! https://www.bitbybitfoundation.org/ Want to buy some Still Loading merch? https://www.teepublic.com/user/still-loading-podcast
Richard Maibaum Papers at the University of Iowa Richard Maibaum, who wrote many of the James Bond movie screenplays, donated his papers to the University of Iowa. Pete Balestrieri is the curator for Science Fiction and Pop Culture at the University of Iowa Library. Join Dan and Tom as they have a discussion with Pete on the Richard Maibaum Papers. This collection includes a large selection of Maibaum's working materials he used to write 13 James Bond movies. Pete shares his insights into many topics on the development of the movies. For instance, he talks about Sean Connery's thoughts on the role of Pussy Galore in Goldfinger and what Richard Maibaum did because of those thoughts. One fascinating part of the collection is the research folders. These contain articles that Maibaum clipped out on a variety of topics he researched for plot points. For instance, there is an article on blimps which he clipped out 3 years before A View To A Kill came out. But, to us, probably the most interesting part of the collection are the treatments that Maibaum wrote. These are the stories before they are turned into screenplays. As a result, you get to see how the story evolves, sometimes dramatically.It is very cool to read a movie's treatments and see the evolution of the movie's story. It's not just James Bond Another key point of the disucssion is that the James Bond materials are only part of the collection. Richard Maibaum wrote many other movies and plays. While you are there you can see some of Maibaum's notes on his other projects including includes OSS, The Great Gatsby, and Tank Force. Pete discusses the collection, how you can see it and other collections they have at the Library such as the papers from Norman Felton who produced The Man From U.N.C.L.E. This is a wide-ranging, fun discussion. Pete knows his movie and shares his passion for them in this interview. Find out More You can find out more about the special collections at the University of Iowa here. Contact us at info@SpyMovieNavigator.com Webpage address: https://bit.ly/3eLldh5
Just six weeks before "Die Another Day" hit theatres, a lesser-known commodity was getting its own release. Starring Matt Damon as Robert Ludlum's amnesia-stricken assassin, "The Bourne Identity" would knock the socks off audiences with a new style of action that shifted sands and set a fresh standard for spy thrillers. Well, it's "3 Non Bonds" season again on the show and, what's more, our very own 00-Chapman has selected this modern classic to start festivities! So, grab your winter coats (don't leave them in the park!) and join us at your ex's farmhouse for a cozy discussion of Doug Liman's influential crowd-pleaser.
We're talking about James Bond in this episode of the Fan2Fan Podcast! Author/pop culture scholar Michele Brittany and Bernie continue their conversation about the famous secret agent spy. We go over Bond's history, the books, the films, 007's evolving legacy, and future movie recasting. We also discuss Michele's book James Bond and Popular Culture; a collection of essays that explores how Bond has influenced TV, film, culture, fashion, literature, and more.
It's another rankings episode to get you excited for as we bring you our rankings of each of the 25 films big endings by ranking the James Bond film finales in one epic episode that might just top some of the moments we are set to rank! Who will be the most controversial this week? Will Colin actually be nice to Dalton this week? Will Ben be mean to Die Another Day this week? Is Noah the people's host of this show? Why can't we make new friends on Twitter? Which finale is basically the ending of Star Wars? Who is the most bullied on this show? Which party do we not want to get invited to? Which host has the most friends? Why does Noah hate gold? What is our favourite U2 song? And is Colin actually getting lucky for once? Rank yourself away for another epic episode that you can't miss! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
YEAH, baby, YEAH! Shall we pod now or pod later? Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery offers up a groovy take on the classic spy flick and turns it on its head(with frickin' laser beams). As long as people are still having promiscuous sex with many anonymous partners while at the same time experimenting with mind-expanding drugs in a consequence-free environment, We'll be sound as a pound! It's our podcast, baby and it freaks us out!•0:00:00 - Introductions•0:04:30 - Memories of first viewing•0:10:00 - Pertinent movie details •0:14:00 - Critical and fan reviews•0:20:30 - Scene by scene breakdown •1:33:30 - Modern day ratings——————————————————————**Get Free Shipping, returns and exchanges from Felix Gray Glasses. http://felixgrayglasses.com/confused——————————————————————**Cedar Ridge Distillery- Go check out our sponsor and order some whiskey. http://cedarridgewhiskey.com——————————————————————**Visit us at Http://confusedbreakfast.com or leave a voicemail about your thoughts of the show! 319.804.9596——————————————————————**Support us at http://patreon.com/confusedbreakfast like these fine people-Robin Fawcett, Dane, Joel, Nick Merulla, Mark Prior, Keerlana, Jordon, Elisha, Nick Fulkerson, Camden Griffith, Francisco Rivera, Cameron Jay, Bud Larsen, BigBigAndy, Katie Beeks, Travis Hunziker, Greg Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Roommate, Cale James, Jason Davis, Shaun Dixon, Emilio Perez, Skyler Brunssen, Jordan Hooten, Brynna Misener, Willie Cox III, Jenel Lewis, Joe Thomas, Chris DeAro, Marshall G, Mitch Cavanaugh, Josh Miller, Conor, Macy, Jason Botsford, Stephen Moore, Chris Prior, Paul DeAro, Jason Hahn, Travis Scanlan, Erik Hein, Michael Hodde, Gary McCarthy, Corey Vaughn, Ranger Rick and Suebaloo, Damien Zemek, Zachary Hearon, Dallas B, Revis, David Waggoner, Jeni Wilson, Tim Nash, Mike Zachar, Duane Van, Robert Vens, Joey Piemonte, David Waters, Allen Cross, negaduck, ZerophoniK, Amy N, Ryan O, Samuel Miller, David Gould, John Devlin, Zachary Jones, Seth Murray, Tina Hansen, Rolland and Julie, Leeloo Dallas Multipass, Joshua Goodman, Lance Davis, Jesse Anderson, MikeBeingMike, Dale Prystupa, Lana Kropf, Derek Foreal, Mike Wheeler, Andrew Sawtell, Mike Oxhard, Gerret Layoff, Aaron Baker, Ryan Grabski, Michael Nash, Adam Bathon, Ryan Weaver, Quinton Moore, Aaron Vandergriff, Joseph Morris, Zach Evans, Willard Brown, Justin Wooley, Todd Fatjo, PEOW, Jared Bushman, Anthony Rochette, Melinda Miller, Luke Bittues, Gary Son of Gary, Sean Hatley, Rachel Heintz, Bailey, Merkie, Matthew Gill, Tyler Darke, John Miller, Caleb Kampsen, Dean Roan, Lauren, Austin Hartman, Jason Ruby Rod Rodgers, Chris M, Cody Kirker, Chris Kleman, Louie Loniewski, Alexandra Hemingway, Kennedy Harris, Starling, Jessica Hlavinka, Tiffany, Tanner Gray, Søren Schrøder, Beth Sanderson, Quincy Mullen, David Amodei, Koby Cochran, Matthew Rosendahl, Jason Wookie, Jon Martinez, Jackson M, Jamie Young, Spaceballs the Username, Erin, Todd, Richard Harding, Branderson, Captain Chunk, Justin Logan, Bryant Wayland, Jacob Stahl, Carson Krueger, Aaron, Alex Navarro, Richard Burciaga, Steven Andrew Gibson, Andrew Loshbaugh, Peter Fitz, Jay Bender, Zach Egoff, Stephen Gaydos, Gary McCarthy, Steve Bland, Totally Not Interested, Andy M, Chris Nelson, Shawn Galbreath, Matt Cruz, Chris Nelson, Travis Ferris, O'Pete, Terry Pyatt and Olivia Sauberan. You are the best. You will always be number 1 in our hearts. Thank you.
We're talking about James Bond in this episode of the Fan2Fan Podcast! Author/pop culture scholar Michele Brittany joins Bernie to discuss the famous secret agent spy. We go over Bond's history, the books, the movies, and 007's evolving legacy. We also discuss Michele's book James Bond and Popular Culture; a collection of essays that explores how Bond has influenced TV, film, culture, fashion, literature, and more.
Visit our Patreon page to see the various tiers you can sign up for today to get in on the ground floor of AIPT Patreon. We hope to see you chatting with us on our Discord soon!NEWSZestworld moves to open beta phase with new design and free comics to read nowDC FanDome ends after two years confirms DiscoveryDC Comics reduces Latinos to their food in Hispanic Heritage Month covers, fans sayComics artist Mike Deodato causes a stir with nude image, apologizesMarvel sheds light on first-ever gay Spider-Man Web-WeaverSpider-Man, the X-Men, and more fight vampires in ‘Unforgiven' one-shot event in 2023'Too Dead to Die' OGN promises 1980s classic spy novel suspenseBOOM! announces ‘Book of Slaughter' one-shot special with a guidebookMiracleman #0 preview pages!Our Top Books of the WeekDave:Amazing Fantasy (2022) #1000Thunderbolts #1 (Jim Zub, Sean Izaakse)Nathan:Amazing Fantasy #1000 (various)Thunderbolts #1 (Jim Zub, Sean Izaakse)Standout KAPOW moment of the week:Nathan - Amazing Fantasy #1000Dave - Variants #3 (Gail Simone, Phil Noto)TOP BOOKS FOR NEXT WEEKDave: Batman #127 (Zdarsky, Jimenez)Nathan: Batman: Dear Detective #1 (Lee Bermejo)JUDGING BY THE COVER JR.Dave: Ghost Rider #6 (Romero cover)Nathan: 007 #2 (Tommy Lee Edwards)Interview: Declan Shalvey - Old Dog out Sept 28 Thanks for being on the AIPT Comics podcast, for folks looking at getting into Old Dog, can you give us the elevator pitch?Old Dog deals with espionage, but there's a sci-fi layer to this book as well. For a general audience, will a James Bond fan enjoy Old Dog, or maybe even a Terminator fan?Given you're writing, drawing, and coloring, have you ever found yourself mad at YOURSELF, say for a choice that required more work coloring, penciling, etc?You're a one man army on this book, minus Clayton Cowles' exceptional lettering! How's that collaboration going, and what led to the decision to delegate that?I've seen you mention Heather Antos' involvement with Old Dog, what is it like working with Heather on this project and in general?I'm tiptoeing around spoilers here, but Jack has a new partner at the close of the issue. How will their relationship change the tone of the story going forward?In the perfect world, how many issues is in the Old Dog omnibus?Declan you're a busy guy, do you have other projects you'd like to talk about today?
On this episode the guys talk to the leading expert on the International Man of Mystery! Steve Rubin is the man that wrote every version of The James Bond Encyclopedia among other things! Join our Patreon and follow us on social media at https://linktr.ee/youh82cit
It's time for this month's Tailoring Talk Bondathon episode as Phil, Jon, returning guest Rich Gore and I review On Her Majesty's Secret Service!WARNING: This episode contains a vast amount of spoilers so if you haven't seen On Her Majesty's Secret Service and don't want to know what happens, go watch the movie and come back to the episode straight after!This start to finish run through of the sixth 007 outing also includes the boys discussing the outfits, gadgets, villains and Bond girls plus all the key plot points... and going off on the usual tangents where everything from the Carry On Films to Star Wars gets a look in... Enjoy!Get in touch! Got a particular Bond film you love? Would you like to be on the show to review and discuss it with Roberto? Then what are you waiting for, get in touch! Email Roberto at email@example.com or get in touch via the show's new Instagram page @tailoringtalkpodcast ! Links:Roberto on Instagram http://www.instagram.com/robertorevillalondonTailoring Talk on Instagram http://www.instagram.com/tailoringtalkpodcastConnect with Philip Rahman on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/philip-rahman-276b871/The Play Pause Turn Podcast https://playpauseturn.showPlay Pause Turn on Twitter https://twitter.com/playpauseturnJon Evans https://twitter.com/jonprevans Richard Gore on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/richgoreclothingCredits:Tailoring Talk intro and outro music by Wataboy on PixabayProduced by Roberto RevillaOn Her Majesty's Secret Service is an EON ProductionSupport the show
It's time for another rankings episode in which we somehow skip over the cars and main vehicles and jump straight into the ‘other' vehicles in what is sure to be one hell of a list and episode! Can we somehow keep this episode to a 2 hour limit? Why on earth are we doing this rankings before we rank the cars and main vehicles? Will there be anything controversial on this list or is it just too crazy to even have that happen? Why are there moments of fighting between our favourite dads? What disease does one of our hosts apparently want? Why are there so many explosions all of a sudden? Why does Colin actually have some positive things to say about Timothy Dalton and Die Another Day? How drunk will Noah get? And who would rather see Minions 2 than listen to this episode? Click and rank away for another episode you'll remember forever! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
This episode was recorded on August 14th, 2022!Mike, Tia, and Brian talk comics they read and what's on the top of their pile, but also: issues with manga art, why Vault Comics still work as a publisher, and... buttholes?Timestamps:00:00:00 - Start/Last Week in Comics00:38:41 - Top of the Pile00:53:40 - Wrap/CreditsComics Read:The Mortal Instruments: The Graphic Novel (Book 1)Deadpool Samurai Vol. 1007 (2022) #1Hellboy and the BPRD 1957: Falling SkyHow Do We Relationship? Vol. 4-6Keeping TwoTop of Our Pile:DCeased: War of the Undead Gods #1Below Ambition by Simon HanselmannBarbaric: Axe to Grind #1Music provided by Infinity Shred. Find them on Bandcamp.IRCB Avatars by @ICELEVELProducer: Mike RapinProoflistener: Nick WhiteEditor: Zander RiggsSupport us on Patreon to get access to our Patreon-only series: IRCB Movie Club, Saga of Saga, Giant Days of Our Lives, A Better Batmobile, and more! patreon.com/ircbpodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @ircbpodcastInstagram: @ircbpodcastDiscord: discordapp.com/invite/E8JUB9sReddit: ireadcomicbooks.reddit.comIRCB GoodreadsMerch: shop.ircbpodcast.com
For over 100 episodes we've joked about Ben's ability (or lack of) to read and FINALLY after nearly seven years of being on air he has managed to read some of the Ian Fleming novels that our beloved film franchise is based on. So what does that mean? A long overdue episode to find out from him just what he thought of the first three novels in Casino Royale, Live and Let Die and Moonraker of course! Will his dumb opinions from the movies stretch over into the written world? Why has it taken him so long to read these books? Does he actually believe the love story in Casino Royale this time around? How was reading Live and Let Die better when reading it in New York? Does he finally appreciate Moonraker? Why is Colin saying bad words all of a sudden? Is Noah funny without alcohol in him? And what do the Thunderbirds and Noddy have to do with anything? Get yourself in the zone for another entertaining episode as you get into an episode you've been waiting a long time for!★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Celebrating Dr. No's 60th Anniversry Dr. No's impact on the James Bond franchise is tremendous. This movie started the James Bond franchise for movie fans 60 years ago. Additionally, it set the stage for the all of the James Bond movies that followed. It even helped shape future non-Bond spy movies. So, join us as we celebrate Dr. No's anniversary by taking a look at how it shaped what we see in the franchise going forward. We start where the movie starts with the gun barrel sequence and continue on through the music, the classic line "Bond, James Bond", the humor, the gadgets, the exotic locations, the great poster's like this Mitchell Hooks' poster for Dr. No, and much, much more. Then, of course, we look at Sean Connery. We see how he established the character of James Bond while initiating the role. What hooked you? So, which item that premiered in Dr. No hooked you on James Bond? Was it the Walther PPK, the Bond Girls, the villains, the chases, the martini's and the finer things in life? We discuss all of these things that showcase Dr. No's impact on the franchise. What's missing in Dr. No that we see in later James Bond movies? Well, the pre-title sequence and the DB5 come in movies that followed Dr. No. Of course, we talk about that too. What do you think of Dr. No's Impact on the franchise? Once you've listened please give us feedback. Do you disagree with anything we've called out? Did we miss anything? Is there something we called out that you wish the movie didn't have? To give us feedback, You can leave us a voice mail message on our website or send us an email at email@example.com. We'd love to hear your thoughts. Undoubtedly you'll have some. If you are a fan of Dr. No please check out our Dr. No page to see our podcasts and videos discussing the movie. We also have this YouTube video that discusses the gadgets from Dr. No. Comments: firstname.lastname@example.org Webpage: https://spymovienavigator.com/episode/dr-nos-impact-on-the-bond-franchise
durée : 01:05:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit - En 2015, Martin Quenehen proposait aux auditeurs de France Culture de se plonger dans la vie et l'œuvre de Ian Fleming, par une passionnante analyse de la relation de l'écrivain, lui-même ancien des services secrets, avec sa créature, tombeur de dame et buveur de cocktails. - invités : Marie-Hélène Brousse; Matthieu Letourneux Professeur de littérature à l'université Paris-Nanterre. Rédacteur en chef de Belphégor.; Vincent Chenille historien des représentations; Laurent Queyssi Auteur, traducteur, scénariste et spécialiste des comics et de SF
With a Mind to Kill - Behind the Iron Curtain, a group of former Smersh agents want to use the British spy in an operation that will change the balance of world power. Bond is smuggled into the lion's den - but whose orders is he following, and will he obey them when the moment of truth arrives?In a mission where treachery is all around and one false move means death, Bond must grapple with the darkest questions about himself. But not even he knows what has happened to the man he used to be.Anthony Horowitz is one of the most prolific and successful writers working in the UK – and is unique for working across so many media. Anthony is a born polymath; juggling writing books, TV series, films, plays and journalism.Anthony has written over 40 books including the bestselling teen spy series Alex Rider, which he adapted into a movie that was released worldwide in 2006. The Alex Rider series is estimated to have sold 19 million copies worldwide. His highly anticipated novel, Oblivion, the epic conclusion to the Power of Five series, was published in October 2012. Anthony is also an acclaimed writer for adults and was commissioned by the Conan Doyle Estate and Orion Books to write two new Sherlock Holmes novels. The House of Silk was published in November 2011 and was internationally lauded as the top title of the autumn. The sequel, Moriarty, was published in October 2014 with similar success. Most recently he was commissioned by the Ian Fleming Estate to write the James Bond novel Trigger Mortis, which was published on 8th September 2015.Anthony is responsible for creating and writing some of the UK's most beloved and successful television series, producing the first seven episodes (and the title) of Midsomer Murders. He is the writer and creator of award-winning drama series Foyle's War, which was the Winner of the Lew Grade Audience award for BAFTA. DCS Foyle was voted the nation's favourite detective in 2011. Anthony has also written other original complex dramas for ITV, particularly thrillers. Collision, a major five part “state of the nation” piece was transmitted on ITV1 in November 2009 to seven million viewers a night. He followed this with the equally successful legal thriller Injustice, also for ITV 1 - transmitted in June 2011. Foyle's War returned in March 2013 as a Cold War thriller and was greeted with such critical acclaim and demands for more that he wrote one final series, bringing the show to an end in January 2015. Anthony's latest show New Blood will premiere on BBC iPlayer later this year.Anthony is on the board of the Old Vic Theatre. He regularly contributes to a wide variety of national newspapers and magazines on subjects ranging from politics to education and currently has a travel column in The Telegraph. He has been a patron to East Anglia Children's Hospices and the anti-bullying charity, Kidscape, since 2008.In 2019 Anthony became a Patron to Home-Start in Suffolk, a small local family support charity working with families across the Suffolk county, as they navigate through challenging circumstances such as mental health issues, bereavement, long term or terminal illness, isolation, domestic abuse, poverty and so much more. The valuable work the organization does right in the heart of the community – bringing together trained volunteers into families lives to support them both practically and emotionally, helping them to grow in confidence and empowering them with the skills to raise their children to flourish – is why Anthony chose to support this dedicated and hardworking charity. And in Anthony's own word – “For me, charity begins at Home-Start.”Anthony was awarded an OBE for his services to literature in January 2014.
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Here it is, the grand finale of both #JunkBond and the Daniel Craig era. Brian and Cargill sit down to spend some quality time with No Time to Die.What have we learned? Where do we go from here? Was Whitney Houston actually part of the X-Men? We hope you have enjoyed this miniseries. The remaining few Bond films will all be covered in Patron bonus content. Seems like there's never enough time.