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Reality Check: Ian Fleming and James Bond

April 25, 2008

Reality Check:
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Ian Fleming and James Bond

Alex Fitch talks to James Taylor, head researcher at the Imperial War Museum about the museum’s new exhibition For your eyes only: Ian Fleming and James Bond. The exhibition puts Fleming’s writing into a historical perspective, from his days working for Naval Intelligence to his later life living the life of Bond in far flung locations from Las Vegas to Jamaica. Alex & James talk about Fleming’s career and legacy plus the public’s fascination with the glam and the gadgets of the Bond movies, some of which are represented in the exhibition such as beloved mini-copter Little Nellie and props from Thunderball.

Links: IWM Fleming mini-site
Wikipedia entries on Ian Fleming and James Bond
Times Online feature on the exhibition

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2 notes

  1. IWM podcast: It is what it is – Jeremy Deller in conversation « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

    […] interview with writer Pat Mills about his lauded war comics serial Charley’s War Alex Fitch’s interview with IWM curator James Taylor about the exhibtion Ian Fleming and James… Alex Fitch talks to IWM Cinema programmer Dr. Toby Haggith and National Army Museum historian […]

  2. Miscellaneous podcasts | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] Sara Pierce) Exhibiting art as Play (Artists: Natasha Kissell, Sarah Baker and Niel Zakiewicz) James Taylor (Historian, Imperial War Museum – Ian Fleming and James Bond) Brian Wildsmith (Animal Gallery […]

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