In this episode we get ready to blast off to space in with the next 007 adventure Moonraker staring Rodger Moore as he takes James Bond to where he’s never been before. Becca, Dave and Chris disscuss in amazment and bafflment in equal mensure at henchmen angency’s, Jaws’ employee record and double taking pidgons.
Now the time has arrived, for Becca, David and Chris to discuss the greatest film ever made…. According to Alan Partridge that is. Certainly the most popular of the Rodger Moore era The Spy Who Loved Me is the classic among Bond fans so let’s see what we make of it.
Returning to the director’s chair is Lewis Gilbert for what is a kind of remake of his last film. Starring Barbara Bach, Curd Jürgens and Richard Kiel in one of the films many of us grew up on.
Apologies for the slight low quality in at the beginning of the podcast It does improve I assure you.
After a long hiatus after just being too busy to run two podcasts.. one had to give. However the opportunity presented itself to record off the cuff in a pub in Manchester aptly called Pub.
So after watching the new Quinten Tarantino film The Hateful Eight, Sarah Boulton, Curt Milner, Sean Luby and myself all took shelter from the rain to record a few spoiler filled podcast with indie rock music playing in the background.
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So we are back after a long break away… sorry for that… however, we are back to rodger some more with the second entry from Rodger Moore with The Man with the Golden Gun. Starring Christopher Lee, Britt Ekland, Maud Adams and everyone’s favoirte midget Hervé Villechaize.
In what might be our shortest podcast this is still the high standard of deep criucal anasisis and dick jokes.