Of Human Bondage Ep 2: Istanbul Not Constantinople (From Russia With Love) feat. Chris O'Leary

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Hello all!

Apologies for taking so long to update this show. We've been having some technical difficulties and life difficulties largely caused by lockdown. Such is life (and death I suppose). Dead men record no podcasts with the exception of Chris Cantwell.

Anyway, Of Human Bondage, the podcast where Kit Power, Sam Maleski, and myself watch and analyze the Eon series of James Bond 007 films, has returned. This month we're discussing From Russia With Love, the first true classic Bond movie, for all the polysemic pregnancy of that phrase. And for the first time, we're joined by a guest, the brilliant Chris O'Leary, author of the (ostensibly) now completed and sublime David Bowie blog Pushing Ahead of the Dame, its two-part book adaptation Rebel Rebel and Ashes to Ashes, and currently, the delightfully sprawling blog 64 Quartets, which is exactly what you think it is. He's a great addition to our little entourage, and we expect we'll speak to him again down the line (about a much worse movie, per Chris' request). 

It's a great time. Sam, Kit, and I always walk away from recording sessions feeling elated after laughing and commiserating together for two hours. I can vouch for it being the most fun I've ever had on a podcast as well as some of the most fulfilling creative work I've ever participated in. You should listen to it, sans the content warning letting you know that it's not for you (we're talking about James Bond, after all). See you next month, when Of Human Bondage will return in: Goldfinger!

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