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All of Ian Fleming’s books read by English actor. From James Bond Museum Sweden

3 Jan

All of Ian Fleming’s books read by English actor. Audiobooks James Bond Ian Fleming

From James Bond Museum Sweden Nybro

Audiobooks James Bond Ian Fleming

I can’t think of a bad time or place for listening to any of        Ian Fleming’s James Bond novels… Any of them will have you driving        in circles rather than arrive at your destination.

– The Times    www.ianfleming.com/books/bond-books/ian-fleming-2/audiobooks/

In 2012 Ian Fleming’s Bond novels were released as brand new        audiobooks. Read by a spectacular cast of British acting        talent including Bill Nighy, Damian Lewis, Hugh Bonneville, David        Tennant and Sir Kenneth Branagh. Over three years in the making, the        project was the brainchild of Lucy Fleming, Ian Fleming’s niece,        and was headed by distinguished director Enyd Williams. They        worked closely with the readers to create an exciting, modern take on        the new, unabridged recordings of these classic books. To hear Lucy        Fleming talking about the audiobooks on Steve Wright’s Radio 2 show,        click here.        Plans to record Ian Fleming’s two collections of short stories, For        Your Eyes Only and Octopussy and The Living Daylights are  also in progress.


The 14 audiobooks and their readers

Title Reader
Casino Royale Dan Stevens
Live and Let Die Rory Kinnear  Bill Tanner in Agent in SKYFALL and Quantum of Solace
Moonraker Bill Nighy
Diamonds Are Forever Damian Lewis
From Russia With Love Toby Stephens-Gustav Graves – Toby Stephens  Die Another    Day 2002
Dr No Hugh Quarshie
Goldfinger Hugh Bonneville
For Your Eyes Only Samuel West
Thunderball Jason Isaacs
The Spy Who Loved Me Rosamund Pike  Miranda Frost Die Another    Day 2002
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service David Tennant
You Only Live Twice Martin Jarvis
The Man With The Golden Gun Sir Kenneth Branagh
Octopussy and The Living Daylights Tom Hiddleston



Jamaica airport Boscobel Aerodrome to be renamed in honour of Ian Fleming … from James bond 007 Museum Sweden Nybro

29 Jan

Jamaica is set to open its third international airport on January 12. Formerly known as the Boscobel Airstrip, the new Ian Fleming International Airport (OCJ) has been overhauled and expanded to accommodate private international aircraft, as well as small domestic planes. The airport is located just 10 minutes from the famed GoldenEye Hotel & Resort in Oracabessa, and tourism officials hope that the airport with offer jet-setters quick and easy access to resorts on the North Coast. It will become the island’s main port of entry for private jets entering Jamaica and may in the future support domestic shuttle service to other parts of the island.

The airport is named for author Ian Fleming, who penned all 14 James Bond novels in his home at GoldenEye and played host to the international glitterati of the 50s and 60s. The airport’s opening will be officiated by the island’s Prime Minister Bruce Golding and will be attended by current GoldenEye owner and founder of Island Records, Chris Blackwell.fleming_airport_open


Prime Minister Bruce Golding (third right) cuts the ribbon to declare open the
Ian Fleming airport, previously called the Boscobel Aerodrome, in St Mary on
Wednesday. Sharing the moment are, from left, Mark Hart, chairman Airports
Authority of Jamaica, Minister of Transport and Works Mike Henry, niece of Ian
Fleming, Lucy Fleming, Tourism Minister Ed Bartlett and minister with
responsibility for Information, Telecommunications and Special


Jamaica international airport named after Ian Fleming… By James Bond 007 Museum Sweden

13 Dec

Jamaica opens third international airport named after Ian Fleming… Minister
Bruce Golding yesterday officially opened the island’s third international
airport at Boscobel in St Mary. Named in honour of late British author and
journalist Ian Fleming, who created James Bond, the Ian Fleming International
Airport will primarily handle private jets with specialised service for
scheduled charters.

The former Boscobel Aerodrome has been significantly
upgraded and boasts, among other things, a completely resurfaced and extended

It is expected to cater to the needs of high-end tourists and the
general aviation market. Several government officials, representatives from the
tourism sector, including chairman of Sandals Resorts Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart,
hotelier and former music mogul Chris Blackwell as well as members of the
Fleming family were present to witness the opening.

Here,Ian Fleming’s niece
Lucy Fleming and Prime Minister Bruce Golding unveil the plaque at the Ian
Fleming International Airport yesterday. At right is Transport and Works
Minister Mike Henry.


airport_fleming_jamaica    fleming_airport

Ian Fleming International Airport