10: Charlie Muffin by Brian Freemantle – Spybrary Round Table

'Charlie Muffin was an anachronism. Past his prime, overtired and hung over, he was about as far from the traditional espionage agent as it was possible to get' Charlie M (Charlie Muffin) - By Brian Freemantle Charlie Muffin is not your ordinary spy, in this first ever round table episode of the Spybrary Podcast, we…

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009: Summer of Spies with the Telegraph’s Jake Kerridge

009: Jake Kerridge tells us all about the Summer of Spies London is the place to be for us spy fans. On the heels of the announcement that John Le Carre will make a rare public appearance in September, Waterstones Gower Street unveil the Summer of Spies, a Classic Spy Fiction Club series of events,…

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008: Spy books with Jeff Quest.

Spywrite's Jeff Quest talks to Spybrary about his favorite Spy books The name is Quest, Jeff Quest and on episode 008 of Spybrary the man behind Spywrite opens up to Spybrary's Shane Whaley about his love of spy books. Spy Write is dedicated to spy fiction and nonfiction in all forms – movies, tv and…

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007: Ian Fleming and the Books of Bond

007: Ian Fleming and the Books of Bond   Ian Fleming and the books of Bond on Spybrary with host Shane Whaley and special guest Fleming expert Tom from Artistic Licence Renewed. Welcome to Episode 007 of Spybrary where we  talk all about...Harry Palmer.  Only kidding, there is only one spy we will be focusing…

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006: George Smiley and Call for the Dead with Matthew Bradford

006: George Smiley and Call for the Dead with Matthew Bradford On Episode 006 of the Spybrary Podcast we deep dive into the debut novel of John Le Carre, 1961's Call for the Dead and the first novel that features the spy legend George Smiley. George Smiley is no one's idea of a spy—which is…

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Roger Moore Remembered ‘For Your Ears Only’ -Special Episode

Roger Moore Remembered 'For Your Ears Only' -Special Episode Sir Roger Moore, actor, UNICEF Ambassador, author and father passed away this week. Spybrary Podcast talk about his legacy in this special episode. This is the episode of Spybrary we never wanted to record. Spybrary host Shane Whaley and author Jeffrey Westhoff, two guys from opposite…

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004: The Spy Who was Left in the Cold – Jack Barsky Part 2

The Spy Who was Left in the Cold - Jack Barsky part 2 Jack Barsky, the ex KGB undercover spy continues to share with us his story of life as a Russian Spy in the USA with Spy Podcast Spybrary Listen to Part 2 of our interview and learn: Which national figure did the KGB…

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003: Jack Barsky, ex KGB undercover agent talks about his life as a spy! (Part 1)

Jack Barsky - ex KGB undercover spy talks to Spybrary Spy Podcast   Jack Barsky was a KGB spy who was plucked from an East German university to go undercover and spy in and on the USA. He remained undetected for many years. In this episode of Spybrary Spy Podcast he shares his story of…

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002: Talking Spy Fiction with Spy Author Jeffrey Westhoff

Spybrary - Spy Podcast Episode 002 - Spybrary Spy Podcast host Shane Whaley talks to author Jeffrey Westhoff about his teenage spy novel The Boy Who Knew Too Much. If you are not into teenage spy books this podcast episode is worth a listen as Jeffrey is a spy geek and shares with us the authors…

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001 – All about Len Deighton with Deighton Dossier’s Rob Mallows

All about Len Deighton. In the first ever episode of the Spybrary Spy Podcast, host Shane Whaley talks to Len Deighton expert Rob Mallows, the man behind the excellent Deighton Dossier website and blog. Rob shares with us why he set up the comprehensive Len Deighton website, the only Deighton website endorsed by Len himself.…

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