David Arnold will be returning to his home town of Luton to receive an honourary degree.
The man behind the James Bond music is scheduled to receive the award from Bedfordshire University for his outstanding contribution to the film and television industry tomorrow, 12 November–reports the BBC News.
Arnold will also commended for his work with aid agency Care International.
The ceremony will take place at St Mary’s Church in Luton, UK at 2:00pm.
Arnold, whose latest contribution to the 007 series is the score for Quantum of Solace, also composed the music for Casino Royale, Die Another Day, The World is not Enough and Tomorrow Never Dies.
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