In the run-up to the release of Spectre in 2015, the good folks at the BBC got in touch to ask me if I would speak about Sam Smith's song and Bond music more generally. Why does it remain so popular and why is it still such a big deal?
Over the course of a few weeks I did more than 40 interviews for the network, including a spot on the Victoria Derbyshire Show on BBC2 and pieces for BBC London and BBC Scotland.
This week, I called into see Paul Robey at BBC Radio Nottingham to have a chat about the launch of The Complete James Bond Themes, the Unbound way of publishing and, my other love, 80s music (my previous book tackled 101 great songs from that decade).
You can listen to my chat with Paul here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03kmtqr - fast forward to 3.19.03 to hear our conversation. You may also be treated to one of the finest 007 themes...
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