Oscar-winning Norman Wanstall speaks to the BBC (listen online)|
Ahead of the Oscars celebration of Bond, and the timely winning of two further Oscars for the franchise, by "Skyfall", Norman Wanstall chatted to Colin Paterson at the BBC.
Wanstall was one of the first ever movie-makers to win an Oscar for his work on Bond when "Goldfinger" picked up Best Sound Effects at the 1965 Academy Awards.
The interview starts 18 minutes into the Today Programme, you can listen to Norman recall his memories of Oscar glory via the BBC iPlayer until Friday.
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