Discover which tracks James Bond actor Roger Moore
selected on Desert Island Discs shortly after the
release of "For Your Eyes Only"...
Desert Island Discs - Roger Moore
5th May 2011
Desert Island Discs is a long-running BBC Radio 4 programme first broadcast on 29 January 1942. It is the second longest-running radio programme, and is the longest-running factual programme in the history of radio. Originally devised and presented by Roy Plomley, each week a famous guest ("castaway") is asked to choose eight pieces of music, a book and a luxury item for their imaginary stay on the island, while discussing their lives and the reasons for their choices.
On Saturday 25th July 1981, just a few weeks
after the release of his fifth James Bond film "For
Your Eyes Only", the longest-running 007 actor Roger
Moore was the guest
for that week's edition of Desert Island Discs.
Guests are also invited to select a single book
and luxury item, for which Moore selected 'Nobel House by James
Clavell, and a video player and films of family, respectively.