Byron Scott: Today we’re talking about the current and future status of what many call the second-oldest profession: spying. We’re doing this in part because it’s summertime, and that’s a time of year when new spy movies, such as Indiana Jones, and new spy novels, such as the latest James Bond, are released. Our guests can tell us what’s behind these books and films and what’s behind our fascination with spies. They can also give us a look into the future. If we were looking for an example of a modern spy, what would be his profile?
Summer movies raise fascination in spying
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