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Spybrary Podcast -for fans of spy books and spy movies

By Shane Whaley

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Spybrary is a podcast for fans of Spy/Espionage books and movies both fact and fiction. Everything from John Le Carre, Len Deighton, Graham Greene, Ian Fleming & many more.

Customer Reviews

Fascinating, informative, and fun!

Great podcast for the diehard spy genre/history fan. Really varied content so far in its first few episodes: authors, super fans, and most extraordinarily, a former KGB spy. Great production value too. You can tell the host has a real passion for and knowledge of spy history; he asks insightful questions and is very engaging. Plus, I could listen to his British accent all day ;)

If you're reading this, just subscribe already

If you're even reading this, you might as well subscribe. It's up your alley, I promise. Very knowledgable about the topic, great guests, and tons of great recommendations.

Fantastic show for spy fans!

I was completely hooked on Spybrary from the first time I listened. Host Shane Whaley is a clever and well-spoken interviewer, who takes his subject matter seriously but not overly so. Plus, he has a cool Welsh accent that helps set the mood.

Some episodes cover deep dives into famous authors of the genre (e.g., Fleming and le Carre) while others include interviews with less well-known spy writers. Or, in the case of Jack Barsky, a very well-known actual spy. There's also much discussion of the crossover from books to film, especially as it relates to a certain Agent 007.

The production values of Spybrary are excellent and each show moves along briskly, right down the "Lightning Round" of questions at the close. It's fun stuff, but even the most knowledgeable spy fan will learn something from each episode. I highly recommend it to any fan of spy books or movies.

Spybrary Podcast -for fans of spy books and spy movies
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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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