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We talk all over the Bond films. Just don’t ask us to whistle.

Bondfinger Flight Through Entirety

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We talk all over the Bond films. Just don’t ask us to whistle.

    The Interrogation

    The Interrogation

    – You’re not the first person to pass through my hands, Stirling.

    – I never thought I was.

    – They all broke eventually.

    – I’ll try and spoil your record.


    This month, James finds himself drugged, sweaty and trapped in a prison cell with a wastepaper basket and no visible means of escape, while Richard insistently questions him about the identity of the mysterious Renfield or something. Meanwhile, Brendan and Nathan flap about uselessly outside. It sounds like a job for The Champions.

    • 56 min
    The Wail of the Siren

    The Wail of the Siren

    – I might try singing an antidote note.

    – Then do it!

    – Oh, but that’s three octaves above high C! Nobody’s ever done it before! My voice would be gone! I’d rather die!


    Holy Peripheral Relevance, Batman! This month, the Dynamic — er — Four have pursued patron-saint-of-the podcast Joan Collins to Gotham City, where she makes a surprising guest appearance in an episode of Batman as the mesmeric Lorelei Circe, whose voice has an uncanny power over heterosexual men. (Fortunately we’re all very neatly tucked and wearing the Bat-Earplugs for this one.)

    • 40 min
    Angels of Death

    Angels of Death

    – Do I look like a burglar?

    – No. You look rather ch— Don’t move, stay where you are, put your hands over your head and lean against the wall.

    – Nor am I a contortionist.


    This month, it’s a queasy mixture of the Swinging Sixties and the Punching-People-in-the-Face Seventies, as Steed, Purdey and Gambit try to discover who is encouraging so many sweaty government security personnel to discotheque themselves to death, and why. It’s The New Avengers in Angels of Death.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    License to Steele

    License to Steele

    Then he’s blessed. I’m forever plucking stray hairs from my comb and brush. Positively demoralizing, but an inescapable part of the human condition. Hmm? Does any of this say anything to you Miss Holt? It does to me. It fairly shouts Remington Steele is an elaborate ruse. He does not exist. You invented him.


    This week, we answer the eternal question, “Why the hell are we watching this?” with a resounding “Dunno”, as we plumb the depths of Reagan-Era film-noir-lite with the first episode of the TV show that gave the world Pierce Brosnan — Remington Steele.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    A Room in the Basement

    A Room in the Basement

    – Oh well, sir, in that case, some of the credit must go to Drake here. I mean the men in the field.

    — Rubbish, the glamour boys always get all the credit. I hope you don’t mind my saying this, Drake.

    – On the contrary Mr. Ambassador, it is the man behind the desk who does all the planning, all the real thinking. We just carry out orders.


    This month, we’re off to Geneva to rescue the handsome Captain Munro from Spearhead from Space, who has been abducted and held captive in the Romanian Embassy by some people who are apparently doing the accent. It’s a jolly old heist, involving Patrick McGoohan, the lovely Jane Merrow, Mr Range from Frontios and, in the true spirit of the Kate O’Marathon, Kate O’Mara herself. For a few minutes.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Read and Destroy

    Read and Destroy

    – You wouldn’t trust your mother, would you?

    – Her least of all. She used to spy for the Egyptians.


    This month, we resume last year’s abortive Kate O’Marathon with an episode of The Persuaders! from 1972, in which Tony Curtis and Roger Moore join forces to fail to recover a retired spy’s sensational memoirs, while Marla and Melania conceal a dark secret about their husband’s astonishing hairpiece.

    • 1 hr 4 min

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