Re:sound #164 The Shaken, Not Stirred Show

This hour: As the James Bond franchise celebrates its 50th year, we get at what's been driving him all this time - the beat.

2012 / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA


This hour: As the James Bond franchise celebrates its 50th year, we get at what's been driving him all this time - the beat.

Shaken, Not Stirred
by Libby Douglas and Russell Stapleton (Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2012)
James Bond is the definition of smooth. He can ski off a cliff in a tuxedo, kill a dozen enemies on the way down, land in a casino, and before even ordering his legendary drink (shaken not stirred), catch a poisonous dart between his thumb and forefinger that was aimed at his head. But where would Mr. Bond be without his famous music?

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Katie Mingle.

produced by

Russell Stapleton

Russell Stapleton is a sound engineer, producer and composer working for ABC Radio National.


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