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Field Report: Jonathan Hopson from the Victoria and Albert Museum

This week we welcome Jonathan Hopson from the V & A Museum in London, in from the cold, to submit his Field Report.

What is your favourite Chopping cover and why? 582 more words

Field Reports

More stirred than shaken: Timothy Dalton's underrated James Bond.

I’ve been a lifelong fan of James Bond, and one or another of the Bond films are often in the rotation of movies that my husband and I watch pretty regularly. 1,102 more words


Spectre-tacular first look at Bond

“This never happened to the other fellow!” – James Bond, OHMSS

James Bond has always been king of teasing out info on his upcoming escapades that get the cinematic masses all a bit excited. 246 more words

James Bond

Rambo & James Bond teach us about Afghanistan's mujahideen, and the lessons of history.

Summary: Films from 1987-1888 about the Afghanistan mujahideen reveal much about our inability to clearly see the world and learn from it. We can do better. 925 more words

Iraq & Afghanistan

Serious stuff: James Bond and watching troublesome things

I’ve been torn over whether I should write and publish this piece for several reasons. One, James Bond movies have nothing to do with anything cute, and my blog is supposed to feature cute and adorable things. 2,560 more words


Heroes of Cult: Virginia Hey

Virginia Hey (born 19 June 1952) is an Australian actress, known for her role as Pa’u Zotoh Zhaan on the science fiction TV series Farscape… 181 more words


The Living Daylights

For our final Bond movie of 2014, we reach the Dalton era and The Living Daylights. This is Mel’s birth-Bond, the film that came out the year she was born.  1,742 more words

James Bond