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Best Oddjob Pod podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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Gary, Terry and Graham return for another plunge into the deep waters of the Roger Moore James Bond Universe. In the episode we turn our gaze to the 1981 down-to-earth antidote to Moonraker: For Your Eyes Only This film marked something of a changing of the guard for the production team and this may explain its lack of confidence. However, there is…
 
Gary, Terry and Graham are back for another podcast of sizzling James Bond chat. In this episode we focus on the second Bond film written by Christopher Wood. Long standing listeners will know that this is not a universally loved film among the Oddjob Pod crew. Gary is not a fan but both Graham and Terry consider it to be one of the strongest of Ro…
 
Ask any fan for their top five James Bond films and most will include The Spy Who Loved Me among them. After the dismal failure of The Man With The Golden Gun. the James Bond franchise was having an existential crisis. Harry Salzman had left, Kevin McClory was hovering around, threatening to make a rival film which prevented Cubby Broccolli from re…
 
As James Bond fans we wll have a special place in the heart for those films from it's half century run that we love but know deep down is a bit of a stinker. The Man With The Golden Gun is such a film. Roger Moore's second outing as 007 is also co-producer Harry Salzman's final Bond film and between the hokey, tacked on plot, dissappointing ticket …
 
Terry, Gary and Graham return for another podcast of James Bond chat. We begin with a quick reaction to the title song to No Time To Die by Grammy Award winner Billie Eilish. We attempt to place it among the oeuvre of Bond tunes and reflect on our own personal favourites. Then we turn to our main topic and ask what are the key elements that make up…
 
Is Never Say Never Again a proper James Bond film? This is the question at the centre of our latest episode of the Oddjob Pod. Irvin Kershner's 1983 rebel Bond film based on Kevin McLorey and Ian Fleming's original story for Thunderball was a hugely controversial outing at the time but it was also a critical and box office success. This was, of cou…
 
Drax' Space Station is the host of the second round, semi-final and final of the World Cup of Bond VillainsGary, Graham, and Terry are back for the second part of our World Cup of Bond Villains. In this episode, we play out the second round, semi-final and final... plus the third-place play-off. Did you miss Part 1? Fear not, just scroll back on yo…
 
By way of an intermission during our epic World Cup of Bond Villains, Terry is joined by Rich Nelson of the outstanding Betamax Video club to discuss Tim Dalton's second and final outing as 007 in Licence To Kill. Betamax Video Club is a regular podcast that discusses and celebrates classic movies from the 1980s. Rich has published three excellent …
 
Blofeld's volcano air will host the group stages of the World Cup of Bond Villains.Finally, the moment has come. After six preliminary rounds, we are ready for the finals of the World Cup of James Bond Villains. Based upon the Football World Cup in 1982 format Graham, Terry, and your host Gary draw out the group stages and play out a full world cup…
 
Join us as we enter the final preliminary round of our World Cup of Bond Villains. Our mammoth qualification period comes to an end. In this final round we assess the effectiveness or otherwise of Alec Trevelyan, Elektra King, Gustav Graves and Dominic Green. Quite the farrago of felony I'm sure you'll agree. With the exception of Trevelyan in Gold…
 
The preliminaries of our World Cup of Bond Villains continues with our celebration of the villains of the Sean Connery period, namely Dr No, Rosa Klebb, Kronsteen, Emilio Largo and of course Auric Goldfinger. Through these characters we discuss the development of the Bond villain and in some cases, ask if some are relocatable today. There, also som…
 
Gary, Terry and Graham return for another scintillating Bondversation. In this edition we continue our Build Up to the World Cup of Bond Villains with an appreciation of those who strove to rule the world during the Roger Moore James Bond period. So get set for Kananga communion, an oration of Orlov, a conflab of Kristatos and a Scaramanga symposiu…
 
Gary, Graham and Terry are back with another edition of the most irregular James Bond podcast ever. In fact we are about as regular in our scheduling as the Bond films themselves. In this episode we continue our build up to the World Cup of Bond Villains with General Koskov, Le Chiffre, Silva and Sanchez. We'll swing by for some Brad Whitaker and G…
 
Our preliminary rounds of the World Cup of Bond Villains continue with what we call Ersatz Blofelds. That is characters who might have been Blofeld if Eon had been able to make use of him or at the very least owe a great deal to Blofeld. We've identified fours villains: Karl Stromberg (Spy Who Love Me), Hugo Drax (Moonraker), Max Zorin (A View To A…
 
Gary, Graham and Terry are kicking off 2018 with a thorough examination of the world of James Bond villainy. Over the next few months we'll be dissecting all the Bond villains, before slowly lowering them into a shark tank, closing the doors and assuming the it all goes to plan. At the conclusion of our exhaustive dive into this cavalcade of fearso…
 
On this edition of the Oddjob Pod we discuss the three films in the 007 franchise that we characterise as "Peak Roger" - that being Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker & For Your Eyes Only. That is not to say that these are the best Bond films of Roger Moore's canon but these are the films that, in our opinion, represent his time as James Bond and when the…
 
The Oddjob Pod returns for another edition of James Bond chat. In this episode Gary, Terry and Graham discuss George Lazenby and his solitary 007 outing: On Her Majesty's Secret Service. This film is much loved by many Bond fans but often maligned by non-Bond aficionados. We discuss what we love and about this movie and consider whether or not Geor…
 
Gary, Terry and Graham are back for a new era of the OddJob Pod. With Gary now living down under we have decided to reboot the series with a new recording location, and a brand new look. For our first rebooted episode we discuss the Bond movies that see 007 from one actor to the next. How well or badly do these films manage the change and what are …
 
Picture from The Nerds UncannyListeners to the OddJob Pod may already know that we are big soccer fans and podcasters. So it is, in front of a live audience, with great ceremony and much imbibing that we celebrated Gary's last few nights in the UK before moving to Australia, settling once and for all which is the best James Bond film through the on…
 
On this edition of the OddJob Pod, Gary, Graham and Terry talk about what spin-offs from the Bond franchise we'd like to see turned into films/TV Shows/tribute bands. Which characters deserve fleshing out and which would be best left alone? Click here to download the Mp3 of the podcast and here for the Ogg Vorbis. The Oddjob Pod is now on iTunes. (…
 
In this episode of the Oddjob Pod, Gary, Graham and Terry take a personal journey through the music of the James Bond films. Each of them select two pieces of music that correspond with classic scenes from Bond films and tell us what it is about that music or that scene that they love. Some of us choose more than two because they are greedy and nee…
 
When was the last time you watched The World Is Not Enough? Thought so. Isn’t it time you reassessed this much maligned epic from the late 90s? After all: Robert Carlyle, Sophie Marceau, Denise Richards. What’s not to love? Join us for a DVD commentary of the third Pierce Brosnan Bond film as we find out how big a hidden gem we’ve uncovered in The …
 
In a special episode of the Oddjob Pod, Terry Graham and Gary give you a DVD commentary of Roger Moore's debut Bond film, Live and Let Die. It would be best for you to watch the movie along with the commentary and there will plenty of time at the start of the podcast for you to cue yourself up to the beginning of the film. We hope that you enjoy it…
 
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