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The Bond Correspondence.mp3
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The Bond Correspondence - BBC Radio Documentary - cheops
Ian Fleming, renowned author and creator of iconic spy James Bond, was born 100 years ago. To mark this special anniversary, BBC Radio 4 presents a short season of programmes including an all-star dramatisation of Dr No; a documentary following Fleming`s niece, Lucy, on a personal journey to find out more about her uncle; and British historian Professor David Cannadine explores what the creation of James Bond tells us about post-Empire Britain.
In `The Bond Correspondence` Ian Fleming’s niece, Lucy, sets out to discover more about both her uncle and the creation of his most famous character, James Bond. Her uncle has, until now, been someone Lucy knew as a teenager, but after she delves into dusty old boxes of letters to see the wealth of correspondence from readers and his responses, she discovers a lesser known side of Ian. She goes inside the old Naval Intelligence Unit where her uncle worked in World War II, visits his wartime colleague Joan Bright Astley, and stepdaughter Fionn Morgan, and in doing so, brings to life ghosts from the past. Roger Moore plays Ian Fleming's voice.
One episode of approximately 30 minutes.
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Bitrate : 128
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