Australia’s Fox Classics is set to air the first 16 James Bond films on cable television as part of their ‘Bond. Classic Bond.’ season, which begins on Sunday, 31 August 2008.
C21 Media reports that the channel will be screening two Bond films each Sunday night for eight weeks, starting with Sean Connery’s debut in 1962’s Dr. No and coming to a close with Timothy Dalton in 1989’s Licence To Kill.
In addition to the 007 screenings, the channel will additionally feature an exclusive interview with Sir Roger Moore in ‘Roger Moore: Classic Bond’ on Sunday, 28 September.
Penny Win, group channel manager for W. and Fox Classics, said: ‘For Fox Classics to be the first basic cable channel in the world to air these 16 iconic Bond movies is a fabulous opportunity to fly the flag high.’
‘We’ll be rolling out the full campaign over the next six months, and for the first time Fox Classics is really embracing on-air interactive with these movies.’
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