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Sky Movies to host James Bond mega marathon weekend this month

18-Sep-2013 • Media Alert

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Now pay attention, 007 fans - Sky Movies is showing all the Bonds back-to-back for the first time ever on the same channel.

So cancel all commitments between Friday 27 and Sunday 29 September as Sky Movies Action & Adventure renews its licence to thrill for the James Bond Marathon.

The marathon begins with the perfect warm-up: the all-you-need-to-know documentary Everything Or Nothing, which tells the complete history of the James Bond franchise.

Then hold on to your metal-brimmed hats as we bring you all 24 official Bond adventures from Dr No to Skyfall, plus the rogue agent Never Say Never Again and the two earliest versions of Casino Royale.

It's a TV event no double-oh devotee should miss. But if you do have to pop out for the odd personal mission, remember you can also see them all on demand until the end of the month.

Friday 27 September
6.15pm Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007
8pm Dr No
10pm From Russia With Love
12midnight Goldfinger

Saturday 28 September
1.55am Thunderball
4.10am You Only Live Twice
6.10am On Her Majesty's Secret Service
8.35am Diamonds Are Forever
10.40am Live And Let Die
12.45pm The Man With The Golden Gun
2.55pm The Spy Who Loved Me
5.05pm Moonraker
7.15pm For Your Eyes Only
9.25pm Octopussy
11.40pm A View To A Kill

Sunday 29 September
1.55am The Living Daylights
4.10am Licence To Kill
6.30am GoldenEye
8.45am Tomorrow Never Dies
10.50am The World Is Not Enough
1pm Die Another Day
3.15pm Casino Royale (2006)
5.40pm Quantum of Solace
7.30pm Skyfall
10pm Never Say Never Again
12.15am Casino Royale (1967)
2.30am Casino Royale (1954)

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