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James Bond & Friends - Episode 002

17th March 2019

The second episode of the new MI6 podcast is out now

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This episode of 'James Bond & Friends' is hosted by James Page with guests Paul Atkinson, Calvin Dyson, and David Leigh.

Originally recorded along with Episode 001, we found ourselves descending into general banter about the franchise and the over-arching aspects of how Daniel Craig’s tenure may end and whether Bond 25 is a make or break film. Along the way, we consider watching the films from a different perspective, leaving during the credits, gunbarrel placement, Craig's unfinished business, whipping out a quiche, a budget-breaking third biscuit boy, possible composers and singers, anniversary films, and the disappearance of Colin Salmon.

The recording took place on March 8th, 2019 in the USA, UK, Spain, and New Zealand. 

James Page & Paul Atkinson are co-founders of MI6-HQ.com and the magazine MI6 Confidential

Calvin Dyson can be found at youtube.com/calvindyson

David Leigh runs thejamesbonddossier.com

This podcast is copyright Pretitles LLC © 2019.

Music credit 'Spy & Die' by Jay Man.

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