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The Working With... Podcast
How To Discover New And Exciting Goals

The Working With... Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 12:42


This week's question is about finding new goals when you have achieved many of your life's gals already.   You can subscribe to this podcast on: Podbean | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | TUNEIN   Links: Email Me | Twitter | Facebook | Website | Linkedin   The Working With… Weekly Newsletter The Time And Life Mastery Course The FREE Beginners Guide To Building Your Own COD System Carl Pullein Learning Centre Carl's YouTube Channel Carl Pullein Coaching Programmes The Working With… Podcast Previous episodes page   Episode 215 | Script Hello and welcome to episode 215 of the Working With Podcast. A podcast to answer all your questions about productivity, time management, self-development and goal planning. My name is Carl Pullein and I am your host for this show. Now, we often hear about how to achieve goals, what habits to develop and change our lives. But what do you do when you have achieved many of your long-term goals and what remains no longer inspire you?  Not much is written or spoken about that. It's as if the assumption is people struggle to achieve goals. Well, that's not entirely true. It is hard to achieve goals, that as it should be. But it doesn't mean we don't achieve them. We do.  So. I'm going to tackle that question this week. Now before we get to the question, if you would like to receive all my weekly published content in one single place, then subscribe to my newsletter. Not only will you get links to my content, you also get a FREE productivity tip plus notice of any special offers before anyone else.  It's free and if you want to grow your skills in productivity, time management and goal setting (and achievement) then go ahead and subscribe today. The link to sign up is in the show notes.  Okay. It's time to hand you over to the Mystery podcast Voice for this week's question.  This week's question is from Tim. Tim asks: Hi Carl, I have been fortunate in that I have achieved many of my life's goals. Those that I haven't achieved . . . well, they're just not attractive to me anymore. The problem is I now feel lost without having some goals. How do I find new goals? Hi Tim, thank you for the question.  One thing humans need is to be continually growing. That does not necessarily mean physically grow, but grow mentally. When we stop growing, we can feel depressed and down and lost. What keeps us moving forward is something to achieve. That could be a certain lifestyle, a new knowledge or even a business.  No matter what it is, our minds (and bodies) need exercising and that exercise is how we grow.  When we are young, fresh from school, it's likely we will have a lot of ideas and ambitions. We are a little naive then, and we think we are immortal and can achieve anything. Then life punches us in the face and we realise that all the things we've dreamed about accomplishing is not as easy to achieve as we first thought.  Apparently, statically, 97% of people will stop at this point and just accept life as it is and give up their dreams and ambitions. It's easier to blame life and our circumstances than to stand out and be different and go after our dreams—the things that other people around us say are crazy or impossible to do.  The three percent who do go after their dreams and goals and accepts that their life is 100% their responsibility, are the ones who are goal driven, focused and never stop growing their skills and abilities. But there comes a natural point where most of those goals and dreams have been achieved. Then what? What do you do then?  I remember, the first time I completed a marathon. It was amazing. The sense of accomplishment was incredible. There was this smile on my face. I felt I could achieve anything. Those feelings lasted all of about an hour. After that I began thinking now what?  You see, achieving your goals will not give you a lifetime of fulfilment. That sense of pride and fulfilment doesn't last.  A goal, as Damon Cart talked about in this podcast a few weeks ago, is just a stepping stone to something much bigger. And I mean much much bigger.  The real question to ask yourself is what do I want out of life? Who, or what do I need to become to accomplish that?  Now, one place you are likely to find the answers to these questions is in your areas of focus. These are the eight areas of life that are important to us. Some are obvious such as health, family and friends and finances. But the other five are just as important. Your career or business, your spirituality, your self development, lifestyle and life's purpose will all come into the mix at some point.  I've recently finished reading a new biography of Ian Fleming, my writing hero. For those who don't know, Ian Fleming was the creator and writer of the James Bond novels.  Throughout the 1950s, Ian Fleming achieved everything he desired. He attained all his goals. At the start of the decade he built his dream home in Jamaica, he married the woman he loved and he published “a spy novel to end all spy novels” when he published Casino Royale in 1953.  Throughout the 1950s, Ian Fleming achieved all the goals he set out to achieve. The success of the James Bond novels made him a multi-millionaire, it allowed him to become an independent writer and live the lifestyle he had always dreamed of.  At the end of the decade, was he happy? No. His marriage was breaking down, his health was failing him and he became embroiled in a legal battle involving his book, Thunderball.  Towards the end of his life, Ian Fleming had one remaining goal. That was to become the club captain at the Royal St George's Golf Club in Kent, England. He finally achieved that goal when he was announced as the club captain on the 12 August 1964—the day he died of a heart attack.  Despite all the success the James Bond novels brought Ian Fleming. The fame, the fortune and lifestyle, the one thing he valued most was his golfing friends. Golf was a big part of his life, but it wasn't until towards the end of his life he came to realise that the friendships he developed on the golf course and in the club house and writing—whether that was books or articles for The Sunday Times newspaper—were the most important things in his life.  If you look at the eight areas of focus, friendships and career / business were important parts of Ian Fleming's life. Career or business because his career was spent largely in journalism and writing.  Two years before his death, Ian Fleming, wrote a book called Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. It was a children's book about a flying car. It was going to be the start of a new career—writing children books. He decided he wanted to become famous not just for writing spy fiction, but also to be a children's book author.  Often even though you may have retired from your professional life, the skills and abilities you learned during your career, hold a part of you that you love doing.  My father is a great example of this. My father's a farmer. He has been all his life. He retired in 1999, sold the family farm in the UK and promptly bought a small farm in Ireland. There's little pressure for him to make money, now it's a labour of love.  He still wakes up reasonably early to go out and feed the animals. He's an avid poultry shower—he raises hens to show in events around the country each year and that is where most of his goals come from each year. Winning the all Ireland Championship.  So, Tim, Where are you interests now? That's where I would start. What interests you?  If you have most of your areas of focus covered, are there any areas you feel need attention? Often you will find new goals and ways to grow in there.  But that's not all you can do. I would suggest trying new things. Go to a mountain retreat in a far off country, learn to surfboard, take a rally driving course, learn to horse ride or do archery (or both!)  You could set a goal to try ten new things over the next ten years. Commit to learning something new for twelve months. I have a friend who did this in her mid-thirties. She decided she would learn ten new skills over the decade. The first one was to learn English fluently—she did that, the second was to learn to swim. One of the goals was also to write a book.  When she embarked on this ten year journey, the energy and excitement in her eyes was there for everyone to see. To her, failure was not an option.  And yes, she did learn ten new things between 2005 and 2015. The funny thing was by the end of 2015, she'd already written a list of ten new things to go after in the next ten years. Can you imagine the life she's living?  But the most important thing about my friend's ten year goal, was the amazing positive change in her. Once she's achieved her first goal, her confidence was sky high. I remember the celebration we all had when she finished learning English. Not only was she pretty much fluent, but she was now surrounded by people from all over the world. Twelve months previously the only friends she had were from Korea. Now she had international friends as well .  Goals do not have to be high and lofty. They can be small little things you could do on a weekend. I have a former client who after retiring decided to restore an old car. The car he bought was around $700. I cannot remember the name of the car, but I do remember the excitement in his voice when he told me he'd picked up the car and put it in his garage.  The car didn't run, it was over forty years old—I remember it was a car he'd always wanted when he was in his early twenties. He had to learn how to rebuild an engine, repair rust damage and so much more.  That's like me finding an old Ford Escort RS Cosworth and restoring it. WOW! Just thinking about that excites me. The fact that the Escort Cosworth was never sold in Korea, doesn't deter me. I'd find a way to get one.  So there you go Tim. I hope these examples have given you some ideas. There's a lot you could do. A lot you could try. Perhaps start with a country retreat somewhere special. Take a notebook with you and write out all the things you could do over the next ten years that would excite you.  Thank you for your question and thank you to you for listening. It just remains for me now to wish you all a very very productive week.   

Nerd Lunch
84: Bond Novels – Dr. No

Nerd Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 12:35


Michael continues exploring Ian Fleming's James Bond novels with the sixth in the series, Dr. No. It's the pulpiest so far, but also has big character development for Bond and a surprising thematic connection with Pierre Boulle's novel, Planet of the Apes.

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE
Quel rôle joua Vera Atkins durant la Seconde Guere mondiale ?

Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 2:21


Retrouvez le nouveau podcast de Ben, Apprendre l'anglais avec l'actu, sur https://www.chosesasavoir.com/podcast/apprendre-langlais-avec-lactu/-----------------------------------Vera Atkins joua un rôle important dans les services secrets britanniques, formant les agents aux missions qui les attendaient en France. Elle aurait inspiré à Ian Fleming son personnage de Miss Moneypenny dans la série des James Bond.Dans les services secrets britanniquesNée en 1908 à Galati, en Roumanie, Vera Rosenberg appartient à une famille juive aisée. Elle suit des cours de langues à Paris et apprend le secrétariat en Suisse. Alarmée par l'avancée du nazisme, elle quitte la Roumanie avec sa mère, en 1937, et se réfugie au Royaume-Uni, où elle prend le nom de Vera Atkins.Juste avant la guerre, elle a l'occasion de recueillir des informations sur les nazis, pour le compte d'un espion canadien travaillant pour les Anglais.C'est ainsi qu'elle est mise en relation avec le "Special operations executive", ou SOE. Ce département des services secrets britanniques organise des opérations de renseignements et de sabotage en Europe, pour soutenir l'action de la résistance locale.Sa connaissance des langues fait engager Vera Atkins à la section française du SOE. Très vite, elle devient le bras droit de Maurice Buckmaster, le chef de la section.La formation des agents secretsAu sein de cette section du SOE, Vera Atkins est plus spécialement chargée du recrutement et de la formation des agents devant intervenir en France. Elle les rencontre dans des chambres d'hôtel anonymes, pour ne pas éveiller les soupçons.Elle ne leur cache pas que leurs missions sont très dangereuses et que, s'ils sont pris, ils seront soumis à la torture. Elle leur apprend ce qu'ils doivent savoir, du maniement des explosifs à la manière de se comporter en France, pour ne pas attirer l'attention.Quand elle les estime prêts, Vera Atkins indique à ses agents les détails de leurs missions et les accompagne elle-même jusqu'à l'avion qui doit les emmener en France. Durant la guerre, elle aurait ainsi formé 400 agents.Vera Atkins est sans doute le modèle du personnage de Miss Moneypenny, dans la fameuse série des James Bond. Lui-même officier des services secrets britanniques, son auteur, Ian Fleming, fut en effet en contact avec Le SOE. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Nerd Lunch
81: Bond Novels – From Russia, with Love

Nerd Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 13:30


Michael discusses the fifth Bond novel by Ian Fleming and it's a bold entry in the series. Fleming spends the first half of the book on the villains and their plan, not introducing Bond until halfway through. And then ends the story on a cliffhanger. 

Vertigo - La 1ere
L'invité: SPECIALE JAMES BOND

Vertigo - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 25:51


A l'occasion de la sortie tant attendue de "Mourir peut attendre", de Cary Joji Fukunaga, analyse de lʹévolution de la masculinité du personnage James Bond, depuis les romans de Ian Fleming son créateur à son futur ex-interprète Daniel Craig en passant par les principaux acteurs qui ont donné leurs traits à lʹespion. Avec Guillaume Evin, spécialiste de James Bond en France, et auteur de: - "Bond, la légende en 25 films" (Hugo & Cie, 2 septembre 2021) - radioscopie de la saga, film par film, de 1962 à aujourdʹhui. Inclut Mourir peut attendre. - "Il était une fois James Bond" (LʹArchipel, 16 septembre 2021) - essai biographique sur le "vrai" James Bond, celui imaginé par Ian Fleming dans les années 50-60. Où lʹon voit que le héros littéraire demeure bcp plus riche et plus complexe que celui du cinéma. - "Les répliques cultes de la saga Bond" (Casa éditions, 8 octobre 2021), avec Laurent Perriot - anthologie des 40 plus belles répliques de la saga. Analyse et décryptage de ces saillies mémorables. Guillaume Evin est l'invité d'Anne-Laure Gannac, en compagnie de Rafael Wolf. (Une nouvelle diffusion de lʹémission du 30 septembre 2021)

Cinéblabla
OASLR: Mourir peut attendre

Cinéblabla

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 181:20


C'était l'un des films événements de l'année. Plusieurs fois repoussé à cause de la pandémie, nous avons enfin pu découvrir le dernier James Bond incarné par Daniel Craig: Mourir peut Attendre. Charlotte, Faye et Sophie se sont réunis pour discuter du film ainsi que de la saga du plus célèbre des espions britanniques. James Bond Nous commençons donc l'émission par un retour sur la saga née dans l'esprit de Ian Fleming. Nous revenons donc sur son origine, son évolution mais aussi notre rapport à cette univers. Nous parlerons également de son évolution pour terminer sur l'arrivée de Daniel Craig et son apport à James bond. Mourir peut attendre Nous parlons ensuite du dernier film qui conclut l'ère Daniel Craig débutée en 2006 avec Casino Royal. Craig, nous offre un Bond qui va évoluer au fur et à mesure de ses aventures pour finir dans ce dernier film par conclure toutes ses problématiques. Même si le film nous a plu proposant une vrai évolution à l'univers tout en lui envoyant des clin d'œil nostalgique, le film est loin d'être parfait, notamment dans l'écriture de ses personnages secondaires ainsi que dans celle de l'antagoniste absolument pas sauvé par le jeu de Rami Malek. Pour nous suivre: Retrouver Sophie et Charlotte :Les pieds dans la gueule le site : https://lpdlg.wordpress.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/pieds_gFacebook : https://www.facebook.com/Les-Pieds-dans-la-Gueule-732024857147220 Motif Cinéma: Le site: https://anchor.fm/fitomamenicTwitter: https://twitter.com/CinemaMotif?s=09Sueurs froides: https://www.sueursfroides.fr/ Retrouvez James & Faye :Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JamesetFaye/Twitter :  https://twitter.com/jamesetfayeDiscord : https://bit.ly/2Y6pgI7 Vous pouvez écouter l'émission sur :Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIf5yeS3ZSCeLYiXuss6BSwAusha : https://podcast.ausha.co/cineblabla-2Spotify : https://spoti.fi/2SoiuKlItunes : https://apple.co/2Oheyu4 Nous soutenir grâce à : Tipeee: https://fr.tipeee.com/james-et-faye Et retrouver toute notre actu sur : Le site internet: http://jamesetfaye.fr/ 

Sunny 16 Presents
On Location: Quirky Cameras #2 with Ian Fleming

Sunny 16 Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 9:39


Ian Fleming IG https://www.instagram.com/ifleming/ Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/bathuk/   Olympus AFL-S http://camera-wiki.org/wiki/Olympus_AFL_%26_AFL-S   Intrepid 4x5 https://intrepidcamera.co.uk/products/intrepid-camera   Intrepid Enlarger https://intrepidcamera.co.uk/products/intrepid-enlarger-kit-full?taxon_id=37   Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1436129614/intrepid-4x5-enlarger-print-and-scan-35mm-120-and   Olympus AFL-T http://camera-wiki.org/wiki/Olympus_AFL-T Fuji Rensha Cardia http://camera-wiki.org/wiki/Fuji_Rensha_Cardia Polaroid 3000 https://all-my-cameras.com/2013/08/09/the-polaroid-3000-pronto-rf_en/ Kodak Instamatic X90 https://www.flickr.com/photos/vincentnip/5870862363/in/pool-camerapornfriday/  

Better Known
200th episode: Anthony Horowitz

Better Known

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 29:40


For the 200th episode, Anthony Horowitz discusses with Ivan six things which should be better known. 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 50 books including the bestselling teen spy series Alex Rider, which is estimated to have sold 21 million copies worldwide. Anthony is also an acclaimed writer for adults and was commissioned to write two new Sherlock Holmes novels The House of Silk and Moriarty. He was commissioned by the Ian Fleming Estate to write continuation novels for James Bond with Trigger Mortis and Forever and Day. Anthony's award-winning novel Magpie Murders was released in 2016 to critical acclaim and has just been filmed with Lesley Manville in the lead role. The sequel - Moonflower Murders - is optioned to follow. His new series featuring Detective Hawthorne and a sidekick called Anthony Horowitz has three books so far: The Word is Murder, The Sentence is Death and A Line to Kill. Anthony is responsible for creating and writing some of the UK's most beloved and successful television series including Midsomer Murders and he is the writer and creator of award-winning drama series Foyle's War. Paul Spooner https://cabaret.co.uk/artists/paul-spooner/ Miliaris Taverna https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g6765453-d6856813-Reviews-Miliaras-Latsida_Lasithi_Prefecture_Crete.html The novels of Ian Fleming https://lrb.co.uk/the-paper/v24/n17/john-lanchester/bond-in-torment Ollantaytambo https://www.lonelyplanet.com/peru/cuzco-and-the-sacred-valley/ollantaytambo Special Operations Executive https://www.nam.ac.uk/explore/SOE# The 5,000 Fingers of Dr T http://www.cineoutsider.com/reviews/bluray/f/5000_fingers_of_dr_t_br.html This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm

James Bond & Friends
0112: Watchalong with Casino Royale 1954

James Bond & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 99:11


Join us as we watch 1954's live television production of Casino Royale together as a group experience.  James Bond is American, Leiter is British, Vesper and Mathis are combined into one character, and the story of Casino Royale is condensed into a 50-minute production broadcast live! If you have not seen this unique entry in the 007 series, why not join us and watchalong as we explore the creative decisions and ponder what could have happened to the franchise if Ian Fleming's hero had taken off on television. The version we watched is complete with the original ending that is missing from the MGM print. You can watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KVoU-9gzqU  We would love to hear your thoughts - please email the show at contact@jamesbondandfriends.com  The recording took place on November 20th, 2020 in the USA, UK, and Spain. James Page is co-founder of MI6-HQ.com and the magazine MI6 Confidential Calvin Dyson Reviews Bond channel can be enjoyed at youtube.com/calvindyson Lisa Funnell (@DrLisaFunnell) is Associate Professor at the University of Oklahoma Phil Nobile Jr is editor of Fangoria and shares his expertise at @PhilNobileJr David Leigh runs thejamesbonddossier.com  Bill Koenig runs the Spy Command at hmssweblog.wordpress.com Ben Williams writes for MI6-HQ.com and MI6 Confidential  This podcast is copyright Pretitles LLC © 2021

Slightly Foxed
38: Literary Drinking: Alcohol in the Lives and Work of Writers

Slightly Foxed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 41:16


Booze as muse or a sure road to ruin? In this month's episode, William Palmer – author of In Love with Hell: Drink in the Lives and Work of Eleven Writers – and Henry Jeffreys – author of Empire of Booze and The Cocktail Dictionary – join the Slightly Foxed team to mull over why alcohol is such an enduring feature in literature.  From the omnipresence of cocktails in John Cheever's short stories and ritual aperitifs in Patricia Highsmith's Ripley novels to Mr Picksniff falling into Mrs Todger's fireplace in Martin Chuzzlewit and P. G. Wodehouse's hangover remedies for booze-soaked Bertie Wooster, drinks are social signifiers in fiction. Charles Dickens was fond of sherry cobblers and Jean Rhys knocked back Pernod in Paris, while Malcolm Lowry was a dipsomaniac and Flann O'Brien dreamed up alcoholic ink for the Irish Times, rendering readers drunk from fumes. We ask why gin denotes despair and port is always jovial, and question whether hitting the bottle helps or hinders the creative process in writers. Following a convivial sherry, we're whisked away on a wet-your-whistle-stop tour of drinking dens with our friends at London Literary Tours, barrelling from bars propped up by Oscar Wilde to the follies of Dylan Thomas at Soho's French House via Ian Fleming's Vesper cocktail at Dukes. And we finish with a final round of reading recommendations, visiting a whisky distillery in Pakistan in Lawrence Osbourne's The Wet and the Dry, enjoying Happy Hour with Marlowe Granados and stopping for a nightcap at Kingsley Amis's ghostly local The Green Man. (Episode duration: 41 minutes; 16 seconds) Books Mentioned We may be able to get hold of second-hand copies of the out-of-print titles listed below. Please get in touch with Jess in the Slightly Foxed office for more information. Anne Fadiman, The Wine Lover's Daughter, Slightly Foxed Edition No. 57 (1:39) William Palmer, In Love with Hell: Drink in the Lives and Work of Eleven Writers (2:24) Henry Jeffreys, Empire of Booze (2:33) Henry Jeffreys, The Cocktail Dictionary Dylan Thomas, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog (3:41) Kingsley Amis, Everyday Drinking (4:45) Flann O'Brien, At Swim-Two-Birds and The Third Policeman (6:40) Jean Rhys, Wide Sargasso Sea (11:16) Jean Rhys, Good Morning, Midnight (11:49) Patricia Highsmith, The Talented Mr Ripley (12:17) Patricia Highsmith, Diaries and Notebooks Raymond Carver, What We Talk About When We Talk About Love (14:54) Edward St Aubyn, The Patrick Melrose Novels (17:03) Douglas Stuart, Shuggie Bain (19:01) Charles Dickens, Martin Chuzzlewit (20:42) John Cheever, Collected Stories (23:26) Jeremy Lewis, Kindred Spirits (26:05) Ladybird Books: What to Look For in . . . Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter (33:05) Kingsley Amis, The Green Man (35:13) Lawrence Osbourne, The Wet and the Dry (36:45) Marlowe Granados, Happy Hour (38:27) Related Slightly Foxed Articles The Smoking Bishop, William Palmer on drinking and drunkenness in Dickens, Issue 16 (8:52) On the Randy Again, William Palmer on Dylan Thomas, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog, Issue 30 (3:41) Cheers!, Henry Jeffreys on Bernard DeVoto, The Hour & Kingsley Amis, Everyday Drinking, Issue 68 (4:45) A Quare One, Patrick Welland on the novels of Flann O'Brien, Issue 41 (6:40) Voyage in the Dark, Patricia Cleveland-Peck on the novels of Jean Rhys, Issue 4 (10:22) With a Notebook and a Ukelele, Gordon Bowker on the stories of Malcolm Lowry, Issue 37 (19:46) A Visit from God, William Palmer on Kingsley Amis, The Green Man, Issue 20 (35:09) Other Links London Literary Tours (28.00) Opening music: Preludio from Violin Partita No.3 in E Major by Bach The Slightly Foxed Podcast is hosted by Philippa Lamb and produced by Podcastable

Nerd Lunch
71: Bond Novels – Diamonds Are Forever

Nerd Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 15:14


Michael covers Ian Fleming's fourth James Bond novel, Diamonds Are Forever, in another solo episode. Bond returns to the United States to bust up a mob-run diamond smuggling operation, but how do these hoods measure up as a threat to a spy used to taking on mad industrialists and agents of the Soviets' assassination bureau? And what about Tiffany Case?

The Best Pick movie podcast
BP209 Dr No - with Garrett Millerick

The Best Pick movie podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 84:17


Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan, Tom Salinsky and our special guest Garrett Millerick Episode 209: Dr No Released 1 December 2021 For this episode, we watched the first James Bond film, Dr No from 1962. The script was adapted from Ian Fleming's 1958 novel (the sixth to feature 007) by Richard Maibaum, Johanna Harwood and Berkely Mather and it was directed by Terence Young. Familiar Bond stars include Sean Connery, Lois Maxwell and Bernard Lee as well as Ursula Andress, Joseph Wiseman and John Kitzmiller. The Rock is a James Bond film. https://youtu.be/9FdnevXjqdc Sean Connery slapping women. https://youtu.be/oo0d1zTAFKA Ursula Andress's speaking voice. https://youtu.be/H2hC8Frhicg https://www.garrettmillerick.com Smile on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/track/4dfYwPTZINhbgff3l8J4sx To send in your questions, comments, thoughts and ideas, you can join our Facebook group, Tweet us on @bestpickpod or email us on bestpickpod@gmail.com. You can also Tweet us individually, @MrJohnDorney, @ItsJessRegan or @TomSalinsky. You should also visit our website at https://bestpickpod.com and sign up to our mailing list to get notified as soon as a new episode is released. Just follow this link: http://eepurl.com/dbHO3n. If you enjoy this podcast and you'd like to help us to continue to make it, you can now support us on Patreon for as little as £2.50 per month. Thanks go to all of the following lovely people who have already done that. Alex Frith, Alex Wilson, Alison Sandy, Andrew Jex, Andrew Straw, Ann Blake, Anna Barker, Anna Coombs, Anna Elizabeth Rawles, Anna Jackson, Anna Joerschke, Anna Smith, Annmarie Gray, Anthea Murray, Ben Squires, Brad Morrison, Carlos Cajilig, Caroline Moyes Matheou, Catherine Jewkes, Chamois Chui, Charlotte, Claire Carr, Claire Creighton, Claire McKevett, Craig Boutlis, Daina Aspin, Dave Kloc, David Crowley, David Gillespie, David Hanneford, Della, Drew Milloy, Elis Bebb, Elizabeth McClees, Elizabeth McCollum, Eloise Lowe, Elspeth Reay, Esther de Lange, Evelyne Oechslin, Fiona, Flora, frieMo, Gavin Brown, Helen Cousins, Helle Rasmussen, Henry Bushell, Ian C Lau, Imma Chippendale, James Murray, Jane Coulson, Jess McGinn, Jonquil Coy, Joy Wilkinson, Judi Cox, Julie Dirksen, Kate Butler, Kath, Katy Espie, Kurt Scillitoe, Lawson Howling, Lewis Owen, Linda Lengle, Lisa Gillespie, Lucinda Baron von Parker, Margaret Browne, Mark Bostridge, Mary Traynor, Matheus Mocelin Carvalho, Michael Walker, Michael Wilson, Mike Evans, nötnflötn, Peter, Rebecca O'Dwyer, Richard Ewart, Robert Heath, Robert Orzalli, Sally Grant, Sam Elliott, Sarah, Sharon Colley, Simon Ash, Sladjana Ivanis, Tim Gowen, Tom Stockton, Wayne Wilcox, Zarah Daniel.

Drunken Pen Writing Podcast
DBS #56: Appreciating Pulp Fiction Writers

Drunken Pen Writing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 46:12


We cover a lot of topics in this one. We start off by discussing Professor Tolkien's view on escapism and what we think about people who use entertainment as a means to escape their lives for a bit. That transforms into a quick conversation about media personalities who purposely say and do outlandish things to garner attention.  When we finally get to the topic at hand, we have a wonderful discussion about how underappreciated we feel classic pulp writers are. Writers like Robert E. Howard, Raymond Chandler, Ian Fleming, and H.P. Lovecraft. Then Spencer takes things to a controversial level by naming who he thinks is the greatest living American author. This opens up a whole new discussion that gets really fun. Check out our fiction at www.drunkenpenwriting.com You can also follow us on Twitter @drunkpenwriting On Instagram @drunkenpenwriting And like us on Facebook @drunkenpenwriting

Book Cheat
70 - From Russia With Love (with Mr Sunday Movies and Nick Mason)

Book Cheat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 103:09


On this episode of Book Cheat, Dave has read Ian Fleming's, From Russia With Love. Hearing all about this classic James Bond novel is Mr. Sunday Movies (James Clement) and Nick Mason from The Weekly Planet podcast.Support Book Cheat on Patreon: www.patreon.com/DoGoOnPodSuggest a book for Dave to cheat: https://goo.gl/jxMdiW To get in contact, email bookcheatpod@gmail.com or follow the show via the links below:Twitter: @BookCheatPodInstagram: @BookCheatPodFacebook: @BookCheatPodListen to James and Mason on The Weekly Planet Podcast:https://www.planetbroadcasting.com/our-shows/the-weekly-planet/ Check out Caravan Of Garbage (with heaps of James Bond episodes)https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqt3wbDmZi8Q48HSUDPA_5fBVmVhicBbs See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Caffeinated Comics on Radio Misfits
Caffeinated Comics – Dave Pinto

Caffeinated Comics on Radio Misfits

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 62:15


The co-host of “Shaken Not Heard” is here! Jon and Dave discuss how Dave got involved with James Bond, the differences between Ian Fleming's novels and the Broccoli produced films, and where the podcast can go when they run out of movies. Plus, the parallel between the James Bond franchise Read more... The post Caffeinated Comics – Dave Pinto appeared first on Radio Misfits.

Les Nuits de France Culture
Une vie une oeuvre - James Bond 007 contre Ian Fleming (1ère diffusion : 05/09/2015)

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 65:00


durée : 01:05:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit - Par Martin Quenehen - Avec Marie-Hélène Brousse, Vincent Chenille, Matthieu Letourneux et Laurent Queyssi - Réalisation Doria Zénine

The Two-Minute Briefing
The Morning Briefing: Thursday, November 18

The Two-Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 2:41


PM's admission: I crashed the car over Owen Paterson case, admits Boris Johnson | Politics liveblog: Follow latest updates from Westminster as rail plan announced | Liverpool: We got lucky, say investigators who believe bomb was set off by accident | Jeremy Corbyn: Ex-Labour leader takes legal action over tweet about terror attack | The man with the golden cufflinks: Can you crack code on Ian Fleming's jewellery? | Life after Number 10: The real reason David Cameron has a business blind spot | Video analysis: How Jacinda Ardern's popularity bubble burst in New Zealand | Read all these articles and stay expertly informed anywhere, anytime with a digital subscription. Start your free one-month trial today to gain unlimited website and app access. Cancel anytime. Sign up here.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Cops and Writers Podcast
042 International Bestselling Author And Former N.S.A. And C.I.A. Intelligence Officer Alma Katsu

Cops and Writers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 70:47


On today's show, we have international best-selling author and retired N.S.A. and C.I.A. Intelligence Officer Alma Katsu. Alma is an internationally award-winning novelist best known for her works in historical/horror/paranormal fiction, including The Hunger, one of NPR's 100 favorite horror stories, and The Deep, nominated for the Stoker and Locus awards for the best horror novel, and a recent finalist for the Library of Virginia's novel of the year. Her most recent book, Red Widow, draws on her career as an intelligence officer, was a NY Times Book Review Editor's Choice, and is in development with FOX as a TV series.Alma worked over thirty years in the N.S.A. and C.I.A. and offers a unique perspective and expertise to her writing with accurate portrayals of the American intelligence community. In today's episode you will learn:·      How Alma started her career in the American intelligence community.·      How her personal life was no longer hers and was scrutinized by her employer, the United States government.·      How she balanced her very secretive career with her personal life.·      How she started writing later in life and how she became a successful author.·      What it felt like to have Stephen King write a blurb for her. All of this and more on today's episode of the Cops and Writers podcast.Visit Alma's website.Enjoy the Cops and Writers book series.Please visit the Cops and Writers website.If you have a question for the sarge, hit him up at his email.Come join the fun at the Cops and Writers Facebook groupSupport the show (https://patreon.com/copsandwriters)

Paranormalia: Voces del Misterio
Voces del Misterio Nº 828 - Proyecto OVNI y vida extraterrestre; Multiversos hoy en día; Cine misterioso; etc.

Paranormalia: Voces del Misterio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 125:32


“Proyecto OVNI y vida extraterrestre; Multiversos hoy en día; Cine misterioso; María Magdalena; Ian Fleming”. Programa de “Voces del Misterio” en el que hablamos de los siguientes temas: - Ufología y proyectos de investigación sobre extraterrestres y vida más allá de la Tierra, con Sergio Ruiz. - Multiverso y su aplicación real hoy en día, con Javier Mauri. - Cine misterioso y desconocido, con Carlos Dueñas. - Pasajes de la Historia: María Magdalena / Ian Fleming, con Julio Porcel. Os recuerdo que este PODCAST NO es el OFICIAL del programa “Voces del Misterio”. PARANORMALIA: http://paranormaliaweb.wordpress.com/ (BLOG), https://www.facebook.com/paranormaliaweb/ (Facebook) y https://twitter.com/paranormaliaweb (Twitter).

Verbal Diorama
GoldenEye

Verbal Diorama

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 41:29


You know the name. You know the number. He has a licence to kill, he likes his vodka martinis shaken, not stirred. He's a sexist misogynist dinosaur, a relic of the Cold War.... And then, along came GoldenEye. Propelling James Bond into the post-Cold War, post-fall of the Soviet Union and the Berlin Wall, and a technologically advanced 1995. It had been six years since the previous Timothy Dalton Bond, and Pierce Brosnan's interpretation feels worlds, and decades, away from Dalton's. GoldenEye was the first James Bond movie to not take reference from any of Ian Fleming's original novels or short stories, however instead is a direct homage to Fleming himself, and his work during the Second World War. This was the millennial's Bond, and while Pierce Brosnan's career as Bond didn't quite land the way this movie took off, Brosnan would create the template for a more modern James Bond going forward and leave a lasting legacy in the franchise that has so far remained unmatched. Not to mention, that N64 game is cracking! For England! I would love to hear your thoughts on GoldenEye! GET IN TOUCH.... Twitter https://twitter.com/verbaldiorama (@verbaldiorama) Instagram https://www.instagram.com/verbaldiorama (@verbaldiorama) Facebook https://www.facebook.com/verbaldiorama (@verbaldiorama) Letterboxd https://www.facebook.com/verbaldiorama (@verbaldiorama) Email verbaldiorama [at] gmail [dot] com Website https://my.captivate.fm/verbaldiorama.com (verbaldiorama.com) SUPPORT VERBAL DIORAMA.... Leave a 5-star rating/review: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/verbal-diorama/id1453296967 (Apple Podcasts) or https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/verbal-diorama-803268 (Podchaser) Join the Patreon: https://verbaldiorama.com/patreon (https://verbaldiorama.com/patreon) Thank you to all the patrons Simon E, Sade, Jardiel, Claudia, Simon B, Laurel, Derek, Jason, Kristin, Cat, Andy, Mike, Griff, Luke, Emily, Michael, Scott, Mark, Brendan, Ian, Lisa, Sam, Will, Jack and brand-new patron Dave! Buy Merch! https://verbaldiorama.com/merch (https://verbaldiorama.com/merch) Tees, mugs, hoodies and totes are available! EPISODE THANKS TO.... Most excellent patrons: Andy and Mike from Geek Salad for their Patron thoughts. You can find them @geeksaladradio on Twitter Derek from The Midnight Myth for his Patron thoughts. You can find him @TheMidnightMyth on Twitter Griff from The Paul and Griff Show for his Patron thoughts. You can find him @paulngriffshow on Twitter Subscribe, follow and listen to Geek Salad, The Midnight Myth and The Paul and Griff Show in your podcast app of choice! And also to Patron Brendan for his thoughts! Twitter peeps @thatfkingguy @ShoottheFlick @Oral_mfc @SpyHards @ItsAMusicalPod @TheCinemaGuys @NikolisKitchen @alatereviewer @GorillaBrainPod @LaunchingTPilot @willf86 Instagram folk None this time Facebook chums Erik Theme Music: Verbal Diorama Theme Song Music by Chloe Enticott - https://www.facebook.com/watch/Compositionsbychloe/ (Compositions by Chloe ) Lyrics by Chloe Enticott (and me!) Production by Ellis Powell-Bevan of Ewenique Studio Support this podcast

Cinema Junkie
John Le Carré's Real World Spies

Cinema Junkie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 52:52


Cinema Junkie takes on another mission, this time to explore the world of spies presented in the film and television adaptations of John Le Carré's books. Previously on Cinema Junkie we looked at the fantasy world of Ian Fleming's James Bond and now we move on to the grittier, more realistic world of John Le Carré's spies of the Cold War and beyond. Joining Cinema Junkie once again are spy aficionados Gary Dexter and Jeff Quest, both are regular contributors to Shane Whaley's Spybrary Podcast . Quest also runs spywrite.com, which is dedicated to spy fiction and non-fiction. We look to the early attempts of depicting what spies do in Hitchcock films such as "The 39 Steps" and later the film adaptations of Graham Greene's novels such as "Our Man in Havana." Then we discuss the many adaptations of Le Carré's books, and how he put his real world experiences working in intelligence to a different use than Fleming did. Also listen to Cinema Junkie Bond. James Bond. Part One and Part Two.

Place to Be Nation POP
It Was a Thing on TV Tripleheader: Episodes 205, 206 & 207 - Musical Chairs/Too Many Cooks/Casino Royale 1954 TV Movie

Place to Be Nation POP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 107:31


First, it only lasted 19 weeks but 1975's Musical Chairs was a landmark television program, as it was the first game show with an African-American emcee, in Adam Wade.  It also had a fun theme song, a great cast of guests, and the cushy time slot after Match Game 75.  It was also recorded at The Ed Sullivan Theater!   Next, one of the most brilliant things on TV in the last decade and one of the most bizarre, Too Many Cooks aired in the dead of night on Adult Swim.  Within days, it was viral and repeated often.  We offer a live commentary while watching the show and get into details about some of the production, and what happened to some of the actors and actresses.   Finally, the 25th James Bond cinematic release hit theaters recently.  But would you believe there was a James Bond, er, Jimmy Bond to grace the small screen before Sean Connery?  In 1954, the CBS anthology series Climax! had an episode based on the Ian Fleming work Casino Royale.   Follow us at our socials Facebook: @itwasathingontvpodcast Instagram/Twitter @itwasathingontv   And send us an e-mail to itwasathingontv@gmail.com

Conspiracy Clearinghouse
The Philadelphia Experiment & the Montauk Project - Time Tunnel Vision

Conspiracy Clearinghouse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 46:17


EPISODE 44 | The Philadelphia Experiment & the Montauk Project - Time Tunnel Vision It's 78 years since one of the most storied military experiments in history, wherein a whole ship vanished and/or teleported and/or moved through time. And this dovetails with another famous military project at the tip of Long Island that's a grab bag of elements: virus labs, monster animals, Nikola Tesla, Ian Fleming, creating superhumans, teleportation, hyperspace, psychic spies, Nazi occultists, MIBs, the internet, AIDS, mind control, time travel, aliens and much more. Or so some say. Quite loudly, at times. Like what we do? Then buy us a beer or three via our page on Buy Me a Coffee. #ConspiracyClearinghouse #sharingiscaring #donations #support #buymeacoffee You can also SUBSCRIBE to this podcast. SECTIONS 01:41 - Happy Easter - The Philadelphia Experiment - Carl Allen marks up Jessup, the Varo Edition 08:57 - Nothin up my sleeve! Vincent Gaddis & Charles Berlitz chime in, Einstein collides with pop culture 13:24 - Eyewitnesses tell different stories 15:17 - Project Rainbow - the U2 is too easy to see, Jacques Vallee has some thoughts on hoaxes 17:38 - The  Montauk Project - Small but mighty - The town of Montauk, New York 20:53 - The Montauk Monster, Plum Island & Lab 257, Jeff Rense chirps up 24:12 - Life Imitating Art Imitating Life - Preston B. Nichols writes a book about Camp Hero, makes some startling claims, inspires movies and TV shows, writes more books 33:45 - Slav to Love - Stewart A. Swerdlow tries to get in on the action, Al Bielek travels to the future & deep space Music by Fanette Ronjat MORE INFO: Philadelphia Experiment on Military.com PE on How Stuff Works The Varo Edition text FAQs from the Department of Defense The Philadelphia Experiment from A-Z Timeline of events 1923-1999 Anatomy of a Hoax: The Philadelphia Experiment Fifty Years Later by Jacques Vallee Montauk Monster: Dogfighting Washout? on Wired.com The Montauk Monster Legend Endures 10 Years After It Broke the Internet on Dan's Papers 10 Years Later The Montauk Monster Is Still a Weird, Gross, Dark Mystery on Observer.com 'Montauk Monster' Mystery May Have Been Solved on Fox News Book offers rare access to Plum Island on The Day So what's Plum Island really like? One reporter's inside tour on The Suffolk Times Montauk Project on Disinformation.com Lab 257: The Disturbing Story of the Government's Secret Plum Island Germ Laboratory by Michael Carroll Camp Hero on Roadtrippers.com Time Travel Is Possible at the Tip of the South Fork in New York Magazine Montauk Project on All That's Interesting Inside the Real-Life Time-Travel Experiment That Inspired 'Stranger Things' on Thrillist The Incredible Story of Al Bielek, the Man Who Traveled Through Time and Space on Destination Trips Alfred Bielek website Al Bielek Debunked website Follow us on social for extra goodies: Facebook (including upcoming conspiracy-themed events) Twitter YouTube (extra videos on the topic, Old Time Radio shows, music playlists and more) Other Podcasts by Derek DeWitt DIGITAL SIGNAGE DONE RIGHT - Winner of 2021 AVA Digital Award Gold & 2020 Communicator Award of Excellence for Podcasts and on numerous top 10 podcast lists.  PRAGUE TIMES - A city is more than just a location - it's a kaleidoscope of history, places, people and trends. This podcast looks at Prague, in the center of Europe, from a number of perspectives, including what it is now, what is has been and where it's going. It's Prague THEN, Prague NOW, Prague LATER.

Really, 007!
Felix & The CIA - part 1

Really, 007!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 111:26


Really, 007! explore the various incarnations of Bond's best mate Felix Leiter, as well as the other characters from the CIA...Part 1 looks at the Felix from the Ian Fleming novels, and covers the CIA allies from Dr. No to A View To A Kill...Host Tom Pickup is joined by fellow Bond enthusiasts Math Pickup, Chris Goldie and Rob Parker, and special guest Shayla Miller. Thanks for listening - we think you'll love it too!Disclaimer: Really, 007! is an unofficial entity and is not affiliated with EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. and Danjaq, LLC. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

别的电波
Vol.203 电波NEO | 谁是邦德: 007电影系列中变换的时代精神

别的电波

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 153:56


邦德是谁?谁是邦德? 随着丹尼尔·克雷格(Daniel Craig)主演的最后一部007电影 ——「007:无暇赴死」马上要在国内上映的契机,针对「邦德是谁?」的这个问题,我们决定找托马斯·慢博士来给我们解答下这个疑问。 所以本期,我们从Ian Fleming的原著小说出发,以007电影系列中历代主演作为线索,来梳理一下「007」这部横跨多半个世纪的电影系列,在不同的时代背景下,是怎样不断诠释着不一样的时代精神,以及新世纪的007电影又是如何发上蜕变的。 #007无暇赴死 预售全面开启!邦德来了!10月29日,大银幕见! Shownotes: 06:43 「007」对于你来说,意味着什么? 18:47 James Bond 是雄鹰!也是原著小说作者Ian Fleming 家庭生活不幸福的投射物。 41:20 为什么一口苏格兰口音的肖恩·康纳利(Sean Connery)能够成为元祖007? 44:16 相机快门下的经典掏枪动作 60:02 最胡闹的二代007—乔治·拉扎贝(George Lazenby)登场 74:20 70年代的嬉皮士运动和007的形象冲突 81:34 罗杰·摩尔(Roger Moore)版邦德登场,经典007的形象诞生 88:48 一种超现实的男性梦境 92:45 所有的流行文化都能在007系列里找到根源 97:23 文艺气息浓厚的007主演: 提摩西·道尔顿(Timothy Dalton) 101:47 1987年的《黎明杀机》这部007电影诞生了「大女的」这个名词 104:21 世纪末的全球化邦德诞生:皮尔斯·布鲁斯南(Pierce Brosnan) 107:37 伴随着冷战余晖的90年代007 117:56 丹尼尔·克雷格(Daniel Craig):进入新世纪,007系列迎来真正的蜕变 131:05 女性角色的转变:从最早的「邦女郎」到「和James Bond一样的女性特工」 133:00 三叔的「007:无暇赴死」超前观影感受 141:53 丹尼尔·克雷格(Daniel Craig)的最后一部007 146:03 「皇家特工」作为一个流行文化符号,是可以和「西部牛仔」「中国侠客」「日本武士」相提并论。 Songlist: Tina Turner - Goldeneye Cold War Kids - Fine Fine Fine The Prodigy - Funky ***** John Barry - James Bond Theme

Tracing The Path
Celebrities In The World's Greatest Con

Tracing The Path

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 27:45


Would you ever think Thomas Edison, George Easton, Ian Fleming and Bill Blass all took part in deception? In the World's Greatest Con?  It's the story of James Bond, Inflatable Tanks, Celluloid Film and a WW2 Ghost Army. Sit back and be amazed at this story of America's most respected names.

I Spied
Bite Sized: OctoPopov

I Spied

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 11:12


Another in the bite size anthology of real life spies that inspired Ian Fleming in a futile effort to get Universal to give us tickets to No Time To Die. This week, we have found someone quintessentially Bond - an educated playboy with a penchant for fast cars, faster women and a dab hand at double crossing. And Fleming first met him in a casino in Portugal playing baccarat!  A man who spent WWII working for MI6, the FBI and the Abwehr but played exclusively for himself. The name's Popov… Dusan Popov. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Mane Land: for Orlando City SC fans
PawedCast Episode 268: Cincy Rewind, Pride Eliminated, Montreal & Revs Previews, and More

The Mane Land: for Orlando City SC fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 101:31


Orlando City returned to the pitch on Saturday after a two-week layoff and while it would be wrong to say the Lions didn't miss a beat, they at least captured all three vital points in a road match-up with FC Cincinnati. The win was a lot more difficult than it needed to be, due in part to the Lions' play in the second half and partly due to no one being able to look at a monitor long enough to see whether Tesho Akindele's crossbar ricochet fully crossed the line (we certainly thought so), but winning in a place the team has never previously won is always good. We break down the win and make our Man of the Match selections. We also dive a little into the USMNT's crucial win over Costa Rica and how Gregg Berhalter's team is positioned in the Octagonal after the close of the international window. The Orlando Pride played twice since our last show and things did not go well. The Pride will not be heading to the postseason after dropping games in Chicago and Louisville. The team has little to play for with one match remaining in what turned into a disappointing season after the Pride had sat atop the table at the one-third-season mark. We discuss the two matches and dive into what Ian Fleming and the Pride brass have to do to get this team to the next level. This week's mailbag gave us a lot of work to do on deciding which eight teams we think will make the MLS postseason from the Eastern Conference. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. We close the show with our key match-ups and score predictions for Orlando City vs. Montreal tonight and vs. New England on Sunday. That's all for this week. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 268 went down: 0:15 - Junior Urso's goal was just enough to keep Orlando's unbeaten run going Saturday and now the competition gets tougher even if it is at home. Plus, Berhalter's got the USMNT in a good spot so let's just see how things play out. 31:56 - The Pride are toast for 2021 and so they will spend the postseason at home yet again. Changes are coming for this team. Plus, our mailbag and our keys to the next two matches as well as our score predictions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael
REPLAY: Undead Uprising: Haiti, Horror, and the Zombie Complex w/ John Cussans

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 116:17


For the penultimate episode of our Parallax Views Halloween series, John Cussans joins us to discuss his book Undead Uprising: Haiti, Horror, and the Zombie Complex. Believe it or not, the zombie wasn't always simply a figure of flesh-ripping, brain eating apocalyptical disease and undead horror. The zombie begins as a figure within Haitian folklore and Voodoo (Voudon) before eventually coming to Western pop culture. John argues that the zombie's migration to the West was underpinned by white Western fears of voodoo-fueled black slave uprisings in Haiti and has evolved from there. In addition, he makes the case that the myths of Haitian voodoo has been used, at least in terms of its imagery and cultural power, as a weapon of control by Western elements such as intelligence agencies (WWII black ops; see: Ian Fleming's Live and Let Die), journalists, white liberals who seek to "carebearize" the religion, and transgressive revolutionaries like George Bataille,  etc. We delve into all these topics as well as the connection between mesmerism and the early zombie in pop culture, Wade Davis' The Serpent and the Rainbow and John's critique of it, thoughts on Frank Wilderson III and Afropessimism, conspiracy theories and Videodrome, the dictatorship of Papa Doc Duvalier, Western "ju ju journalism", Baron Samedi, the Bizango secret society, and much, much more.

Lush Life
How to Read Shaken - Drinking with James Bond and Ian Fleming with Mia Johansson, Bobby Hiddleston, & Edmund Weil

Lush Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 44:53


James Bond might be famous for drinking the Vodka Martini, shaken, not stirred, but his creator Ian Fleming had him drinking way more than that. What else, you may ask? Our guests today hold the answers. Sponsored by Ketel One, I welcomed Mia Johansson, Bobby Hiddleston & Edmund Weil at the second Lush Life Book Club at Oriole Bar in London to discuss their book, Shaken: Drinking with James Bond and Ian Fleming.  Mia began her cocktail career in London, working at prestigious venues, including Mark's Bar at Hix with Nick Strangeway and Milk & Honey London.   Bobby started his career in Edinburgh working in clubs, and when he moved to London in 2009, he met his business partner and wife, Mia Johannsson.  ​​ In 2016, they opened Swift Bar in partnership with another industry couple and our guests today Edmund Weil and Rosie Stimpson, and most recently, a second site, Swift Shoreditch. Since entering the industry in 2009, Edmund's bar concepts have been consistently recognised and acclaimed by the drinks industry and public alike, earning multiple accolades and ever-present on the World's 50 Best Bars list. He also writes a regular column for Class Magazine since 2016. Sorry, you couldn't be there, but thrilled I can bring the event to you! Hope you enjoy our in-real-life chat about Bond, James Bond, and so much more. Our cocktail of the week is Vesper Martini: INGREDIENTS  3 oz Gin 1 oz Vodka 1/2 oz Lillet Blanc Lemon Peel   METHOD Combine the gin, vodka, and Lillet Blanc in a mixing glass filled with ice Stir until chilled Strain into a Martini Glass Express the lemon peel and then add to the Martini You'll find this recipe and all the cocktails of the week at alushlifemanual.com, where you'll also find all the ingredients in our shop. ----- Become a supporter of A Lush Life Manual for as little as $5 - all you have to do is go to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lushlife (buymeacoffee.com/lushlife). Lush Life Merchandise is https://www.redbubble.com/people/alushlifemanual (here) - we're talking t-shirts, mugs, iPhone covers, duvet covers, iPad covers, and more covers for everything! And more!  Produced by https://podcastlaunch.pro (Simpler Media) Follow us on https://twitter.com/alushlifemanual (Twitter) and https://www.instagram.com/alushlifemanual/ (Instagram) Get great cocktail ideas on https://www.pinterest.co.uk/alushlifemanual/ (Pinterest) New episodes every Tuesday, usually!!

The MovieFilm Podcast
Episode 233: No Time To Die

The MovieFilm Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 97:24


Welcome back, Mr. Bond! With NO TIME TO DIE in theaters now, marking the finale of Daniel Craig's fifteen-year, five-movie tenure as Ian Fleming's debonaire superspy, the MovieFilm boys have convened to take stock of this epic-length outing and determine whether it's a finale worthy of the franchise. But that's not all! Fresh from DC Fandome, hear our thoughts on the new trailers for THE FLASH and THE BATMAN, plus news that THE ROCKETEER is headed for a reboot on Disney+, and Scarlett Johansson has settled her big Disney lawsuit! All that and much more in our latest episode!

Half-Arsed History
Episode 173: Famous Last Words

Half-Arsed History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 30:58


In this episode of Half-Arsed History, hear the very entertaining last words of four figures from throughout history: Marie Antoinette, John Segwick, James W. Rodgers, and Ian Fleming.

The New Yorker Radio Hour
Daniel Craig Takes Off the Tux

The New Yorker Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 28:38


Daniel Craig made his career as an actor in the theatre and in British indie films. When he showed up in Hollywood, it was usually in smaller roles, often as a villain. So, in 2005, when Craig was cast as the original superspy, James Bond, he seemed as surprised as anyone. In “No Time to Die,” Craig gives his final performance as Bond—a role, he tells David Remnick, that sometimes grated on him. Craig hasn't lost his love of theatre, and is set to play Macbeth on Broadway. “I try not to differentiate” between Shakespeare's work and Ian Fleming's, he tells David Remnick. “You're trying to aim for some truth, to ground things in reality,” and “both require the same muscles.” Though he admits that “there's a lot more chat” in a Shakespeare script. Plus, the beloved comic character actor Carol Kane discusses her Oscar-nominated turn in 1975's “Hester Street,” which is being re-released.

Brothers in Armchairs
Episode 54 "No Time To Die"

Brothers in Armchairs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 144:07


Today's show is a discussion and review of the long awaited last ride of Daniel Craig's James Bond in No Time To Die.From 1953 to 1966, Ian Fleming wrote and published 12 James Bond novels and two short story collections.  Following Fleming's death in 1964, an additional 42 Bond novels were written by several authors commissioned by Ian Fleming Publications up to as recently as 2018.  Proven popular stories for TV, radio, and comics, the first of Fleming's novels to be adapted for film was Dr No in 1962 starring Sean Connery.  The remainder of Fleming's Bond novels were made into films from 1962 to 1987, before the first post-Fleming novel was used to make License to Kill in 1987 starring Timothy Dalton as Bond. At the time, the only Fleming novel that had not been adapted to film by EON films, remained unused until 2006, discounting a loosely based 1967 spoof of the same name.  Daniel Craig has been surprisingly cast to take the reins of Britain's super spy, as the new James Bond.  And for Craig's debut, Fleming's first novel was used for the new Bond era's first film Casino Royale. The era of a new James Bond had begun and critics and audience fell in love with Craig's rough raw take on the former suave debonair persona that we had grown used to for the past 5 decades. Since its debut Casino Royale has grossed $594 million dollars worldwide and was in the top 10 grossing films of 2006.  Craig went on to star in 3 more Bond films; Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, and Spectre.  In total, these 4 Daniel Craig Bond films had a worldwide gross of nearly $3.2 billion dollars and an average Rotten Tomatoes score of 78% by critics and 74% by audiences.  Needless to say, we thought the studio wouldn't  stop making Bond films anytime soon. A few years after Spectre, it was announced that the next Bond movie would be Daniel Craig's last.  Although the news was disappointing, it didn't seem like a big deal at the time, but now that No Time To Die is finally here, looking forward to watching it was bitter sweet.Join Kenny and Del for a full discussion and breakdown.  The Brothers will dive into pre-production, film performance, writing, direction, acting, scenes, and more.  We hope our discussion will not only entertain you, but will also spark your interest in this film.     Thanks for listening and feel free to hit us up on any of our social media platforms!     https://linktr.ee/BiAPodcastTheme song "Loli'ana" written and performed by award-winning musician Kamuela Kahoano.   Listen to more of Kamuela's music on iTunes and https://kamuelamusic.com/.  Also, "Loli'ana" performed live at The Ko'olau Banquet Hall can be seen here https://youtu.be/YDJ1NNJgEiA  Thanks for listening!  Don't forget our next bi-weekly Pod and keep an eye out for our specials, series, request line, and news episodes!  And please subscribe and review!

11 O'Clock Comics Podcast
11 O'Clock Comics Episode 764

11 O'Clock Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 110:07


NYCC 2021 wrap, Fanzine-O-Rama: Monster Maniacs, Pulp Horror #7, and Pulp Horror: All Reviews Special Edition by Justin Mariott and company, Matteo Scalera, Gene Colan, Tom Scioli, Immortal Hulk #50, Hardware: Season One #2, Jonathan Kent, Noir is the New Black: Noir Stories from Black Creators from Fair Square Comics, Ian Fleming's James Bond: Himeros #1, plus a whole mess more!

Jay's Analysis
The New James Bond Film Predicts Pandemlc Bi0weapon

Jay's Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 38:12


Jay Dyer of https://jaysanalysis.com guest hosts The hAlex J0nes Show to break down how Ian Fleming's James Bond stories have been used to inform the public how the world is run by the elite behind the scenes.

It Was A Sh*t Show
YouTube Deep Dive: Casino Royale (1967 & 2006)

It Was A Sh*t Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 24:14


Rebooting James Bond is hard. Let's talk about how difficult it was to make two different Casino Royale films, from Peter Sellers fighting Orson Welles in Charles Feldman's 1967 version, to the 50 year journey to properly making Ian Fleming's novel in 2006 with Daniel Craig.   You can watch the full video version of this episode on YouTube! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel!   In the entertainment world, there are millions of dollars on the line and troubled productions are bound to happen. And we are going to talk about these disastrous, never ending, and sometimes dangerous productions. From the creators of WTF Happened To This Movie?, It Was A Sh*t Show is a video essay/documentary/podcast series looking at some of your favorite films and tv shows, and why they were such a nightmare to make.   Sources: BBC Box Office Mojo Howard Hawks: The Grey Fox of Hollywood GQ The James Bond Bedside Companion LA Times Latino Review Life The Life and Death of Peter Sellers Mr. Strangelove: A Biography of Peter Sellers New York Times The Numbers Polygon Rotten Tomatoes 1 Rotten Tomatoes 2 The Telegraph Trippin' with Terry Southern   Friday Night with Jonathan Ross Psychedelic Cinema   Music: Bo Burnham - Bezos II Bacharach - Casino Royale (1967, Original Soundtrack) David Arnold - Casino Royale (2006, Original Soundtrack) Ryan Hudson - Sh*t Show Theme   #itwasashtshow #jamesbond #casinoroyale

Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

Rory Clements Latest Book Other Books by Rory Clements Show Notes and Resources Auhtor influences: Ian Fleming. WIlliam Goldman. Transcript Note: I use an automated transciption program, not a human with only a light edit. So some parts might read choppy. The post MTTA 171: Rory Clements appeared first on Meet the Thriller Author.

The Potential Podcast!
James Bond - License to Kill

The Potential Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 58:01


As Daniel Craig takes his final bow as the titular secret agent it was time to enjoy a dry martini (shaken not stirred), get those fancy gadgets and take a look at the world of James Bond. Chris and Taylor discuss the literary origins of Ian Fleming, the incredible film franchise lasting nearly 60 years and what the future may hold for the one and only 007.

Old Man Orange
007 No Time To Die & James Bond Origin - Old Man Orange Podcast 518

Old Man Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 97:34


We are doing a 007 Double Feature with the latest Daniel Craig flick of No Time To Die and the Dynamite Comic Book of Ian Fleming's James Bond Origin Volume 1. A good way to review Bond in the full spectrum, with the modern day series and WW2 journeys .  So, come on by and join us on another adventure of OMO Podcast. Old Man Orange is Spencer Scott Holmes & Ryan Dunigan - 2021 - "Young Adults, Old Man Attitude. Talking retro games, classic films and comic good times with a crisp of Orange taste." - www.OldManOrange.com Support the Show the easy and simple way, by using one of our Amazon Links to make your purchases. Doesn't cost you a penny but sends a little something our way. Thanks! James Bond Origin  - https://amzn.to/3uZKyIc Grab some comedy with, Pizza Boyz, the sitcom styled Indie Comic series by Spencer Scott Holmes  Indy Planet - https://indyplanet.com/?s=Pizza+boyz  Amazon Kindle Unlimited - http://amzn.to/2Dsw1Jk Comixology Unlimited - http://bit.ly/2w55bI8

Who's That Girl? A New Girl Podcast
S2 E19 - Quick Hardening Caulk

Who's That Girl? A New Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 63:04


This podcast covers New Girl Season 2, Episode 19, Quick Hardening Caulk, which originally aired on March 19, 2013 and was directed by Lorene Scafaria. The teleplay was written by Ryan Koh and the story was by Brett Baer & Dave Finkel.Here's a quick recap of the episode:Schmidt is not dealing with Cece's engagement well and decides he needs a lionfish. Meanwhile, Jess is impressed with Nick's decisions to be more responsible and finds herself wanting to have sex with him. We discuss Pop Culture References such as:California Lionfish - Schmidt saw a Lionfish at the aquarium and it reminded him of Cece. Later in the episode he tries to get one from the ocean. Additional Pop Culture References such as:The Hobbit - When Schmidt was trying to convince Winston he wasn't upset about Cece, he mentioned that The Hobbit was bad as a reason he was upset. The Hobbit, or There and Back Again is a children's fantasy novel by English author J. R. R. Tolkien. The first of three movie adaptations came out in 2012. Bond Villain - When Schmidt was sharing with the loft that he got an aquarium, Jess asked, “When did you become a Bond villain that couldn't afford not to live with roommates?” The James Bond series focuses on a fictional British Secret Service agent created in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming, who featured him in twelve novels and two short-story collections. The books were adapted into films starting in 1962 and had over six actors play the role of James Bond over time. There is always a prominent villain in each of the books and films. Russell Crowe - Nick mentioned he felt like “Russell Crowe in every movie he's ever been in” when he was pulling the chain at the store. Russell Ira Crowe is an actor, director, musician, and singer. He came to international attention for his role as Roman General Maximus Decimus Meridius in the epic historical 2000 film Gladiator, for which he won an Academy Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Empire Award, and London Film Critics Circle Award for Best Leading Actor. Judy Garland - When Jess was trying to pursue Nick while on pain meds, she spoke in her old-timey voice and said she was Judy Garland. Judy Garland was an American actress, singer, vaudevillian, and dancer. With a career spanning 45 years, she attained international stardom as an actress in both musical and dramatic roles and was the first woman to win the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. We cover both the scenes where Schmidt tries to get the lionfish from the aquarium and when he tries to stand up for Nick after seeing his black eye as our “Schmidtisms” this episode. For “Not in the 2020s” we discuss how the men in the bar said that they would buy Jess nachos if she had sex with them and how Jess was telling Nick to “kiss her like a man”, gendering the ask rather than telling him to be more assertive. In our “Yes in the 2020s” we celebrate Nick's regard for consent and not giving in to Jess's advances while she was on pain meds. We also give brief looks into Odette Annable (Shane), Sean Taylor (Random Guy #1), and Casey Adams (Random Guy #2), the Guest Stars we feature in this episode.Also in this episode were the following guest stars who we do not discuss in the podcast: Christopher Gehrman (Aquarium Docent), Peter Navy Tuiasosopo (Big Bob), Darlene Kardon (Elderly Woman), Jeff Bowser (Drunk Dude), and Vicky Dalli (Hot Bar Girl).We also discuss how this is Peter Tuiasosopo's second New Girl appearance but his first as Big Bob. In the podcast, we share this article (which contains spoilers) where we learned that this episode was more influenced by Cheers than any other in the season and how the showrunners wanted to explore Winston's dynamic further this season.While not discussed in the podcast, we noted other references in this episode including:Pacific Sea Centre (Audubon Aquarium of the Americas) - In the episode the aquarium that Winston takes Schmidt to is titled the Pacific Sea Centre but the aquarium pictured is actually the New Orleans Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. Opened in 1990, the aquarium is run by the Audubon Nature Institute and has over 10,000 animals representing 530 species with Caribbean, Amazon and Gulf of Mexico exhibits.This episode got an 8.5/10 rating from Kritika whose favorite character was Winston and Kelly rated this episode a 9/10 and her favorite character was Schmidt!Thanks for listening and stay tuned for Episode 20!Music: "Hotshot” by scottholmesmusic.comFollow us on Twitter, Instagram or email us at whosthatgirlpod@gmail.com!Website: https://smallscreenchatter.com/

Algarabía Radio
Ian Fleming: el gérmen de James Bond

Algarabía Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 28:42


Acompaña a Arturo Gallegos García y a Gabriel García Jolly en la presentación del personaje de la historia británica que inspiró las aventuras del Agente 007.

Cinema Junkie
Bond. James Bond. Part One

Cinema Junkie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 30:32


Cinema Junkie Beth Accomando goes on a special mission with spy aficionados Gary Dexter and Jeff Quest to explore the cinematic and literary universe of James Bond 007. Get a spoiler-free review of "No Time To Die" and then enjoy part one of an in-depth and geeky exploration of the fantasy spy world of Ian Fleming's James Bond.

Illiterate
James Bond (part 1) | inventing the world's greatest spy

Illiterate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 31:55


The longest running film series in history…what was it BEFORE any of that? Let's learn about the creator, the reason for making Bond, where his quirks come from, and what he was originally like before the films. Contact: Reach out on instagram - @illiteratepod Extras: article, JFK's recommendation of 007 https://bit.ly/nttd0071 trailer, No Time to Die (2021) https://bit.ly/nttd0072 article, job history of Ian Fleming https://bit.ly/nttd0073 video, Casino Royale TV movie (1954) https://bit.ly/nttd0074 article, list of real-life James Bond inspirations https://bit.ly/nttd0075 book, Ian Fleming biography https://bit.ly/nttd0076

Let Me Know How It Is - A Pop Culture Podcast
The Topic is Bond, James Bond

Let Me Know How It Is - A Pop Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 82:31


Globally, James Bond is one of the biggest franchises that there is. This week will see the release of the highly anticipated, latest James Bond film and the last to star Daniel Craig, No Time to Die. Created by author Ian Fleming in 1953 with his first Bond novel Casino Royale, and the character was quickly adapted to the screen in 1962. Since that time, everyone's favorite super spy has graced the screen for almost 60 years and counting. Today the panel will celebrate the iconic character as they do a deep dive on the film series and also discuss their favorite details of the series.

Rank My Movies
#62 - James Bond

Rank My Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 91:07


On this episode of Rank My Movies we are back with another film franchise and it perfect timing.  This week the profile the greatest spy in literature and cinema it's James Bond!   /   Hosted by Brandon and Malinda Benson  /  New Episode Every Thursday  /  Our Podcast is available where ever you listen to your podcasts  /  Follow Us On.....   https://www.facebook.com/rankmymovies/ , https://twitter.com/rankmymovies , https://www.instagram.com/rankmymovies/ and check out our website https://rankmymovies.com.  /  We are now part of The Podbreed Network so please check out all the shows at https://www.podbreed.com/References:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ian_Fleming#cite_note-Lycett_(DNB)-1,  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bond_girl#cite_note-macintyre20080405-30,  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_BondSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/rankmymovies)

SPYCRAFT 101
Licensed to Kill: The Couple that Inspired James Bond with Dr. Richard Wooldridge

SPYCRAFT 101

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 46:43


It's Mason, Peter Mason. Today, guest Dr. Richard Wooldridge dives into the interesting lives of talented MI6 agents Prudence and Peter Mason. Part of a specialized unit called the Baker Team that sought to even the score with war criminals who had faced no repercussions following World War II, Peter Mason was literally licensed by the British government to kill. Speculation suggests that Peter--who knew Ian Fleming himself--is the chief inspiration for the most famous fictional intelligence agent in our cultural lexicon: James Bond. And what about Prudence? Despite a slim information available, we know she played a formative part in many missions abroad (in high-stakes locations like British Palestine) thanks to her impressive linguistic skills.Check out the Combined Military Services Museum, founded by Dr. Wooldridge, here.https://cmsm.co.uk/Connect with Spycraft 101:IG: @spycraft101Patreon: Spycraft 101Buy the book: here on Amazonhttps://www.amazon.com/Spy-Shots-Tales-World-Espionage/dp/B09BY3WH71/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1628473373&sr=1-2Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/spycraft101)

The Rest Is History
101. James Bond

The Rest Is History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 52:13


The fictional British agent James Bond returns to our cinema screens this week, but what do the history and evolution of Ian Fleming's iconic character tell us about our changing society? Dominic Sandbrook and Tom Holland explore 007 in both book and cinematic form. A Goalhanger Films & Left Peg Media productionProduced by Vasco AndradeExec Producer Tony PastorTwitter:@TheRestHistory@holland_tom@dcsandbrookEmail: restishistorypod@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Witness History
James Bond on screen

Witness History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 10:05


As the 25th James Bond film hits cinema screens we look at the lasting appeal of the franchise. The original author, Ian Fleming, died in the 1960s but other writers took on the challenge of keeping Britain's most famous secret agent alive. Photo:Daniel Craig as James Bond in No Time To Die. Credit: Nicola Dove/PA Wire.