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James Bond - a Bafta Tribute


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A star-studded occasion in the presence of no less than four incarnations of Ian Fleming's debonair spy.
Pierce Brosnan, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton and George Lazenby discuss their own interpretations of the role, with Sean Connery adding his own thoughts in a pre-recorded interview. And Halle Berry, who plays American agent Jinx in Die Another Day, talks about the re-creation of the iconic beach scene featuring Ursula Andress.
Sean Connery stars in First Knight at 10.45pm


Guest: Pierce Brosnan
Guest: Roger Moore
Guest: Timothy Dalton
Guest: George Lazenby
Interviewee: Sean Connery
Guest: Halle Berry
Producer: Arabella McGufean
Executive Producer: Beatrice Ballard

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