As mentioned in last week's post, a fortnight ago I attended the Spies on British Screens conference at Plymouth University. The conference explored how spies and the intelligence community have been represented in British cinema and TV. It also examined the impact of screen spies on popular culture, with good part of the proceedings looking at aspects of the James Bond phenomenon.
Head over to the excellent website Artistic License Renewed for a review of the conference. Tom May looks back to day 1 of the meeting, while I review days 2 and 3.