As many Spy Vibers will remember, David Tennant took part in a recent Ian Fleming audio book series as a reader for On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Volume one of the series was released as a CD box set last year (US and UK). The remaining stories have now been recorded and released and the Volume 2 box set is now available here. Lucy Fleming herself reads 007 in New York! More info at the Ian Fleming website here. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Lucy Fleming interview with David Tennant below.
Author Frank Cottrell Boyce has published a number of books, including a novelization of his screenplay for Danny Boyle, Millions. Boyce was the writer for the 2012 Olympic Ceremony by Danny Boyle, famous for its James Bond sequence. Hear interviews with the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang creative team at BBC's Desert Island Discs: David Tennant here, Frank Cottrell Boyce here, and Ian Fleming here. Illustration from the original novel below by John Burningham. Ian Fleming Publications here. Spy Vibe's Ian Fleming image archive here.
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