Spectre Etc is a podcast by four guys reviewing every James Bond move ever. Each episode explores a specific movie in extreme detail. They are undertaking the most complete assessment of every bond movie ever. Typically the length of each episode is about as long as the movie itself. While opinionated, it does provide a great deal of context and would be a great companion piece for anyone who was having problems understanding or needing to explore in greater detail a given film. As of March 25th, 2016, they had released the review of Moonraker. At their current pace, they are scheduled to be finished with Spectre by the end of 2016.
The opening ceremony to the 2012 Olympic games featured a sequence of Daniel Craig (playing James Bond) travelling to Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen, leading to them parachuting out of a helicopter into the stadium, with the classic James Bond theme playing no less (made even better with the Union Jack parachutes). Now, for some scenes, body doubles were naturally used, it still means one huge thing regardless: Queen Elizabeth II is now recognised as a Bond Girl.
50 Years Of Bond, a fan-made video made in celebration of Skyfall. Featuring all the most iconic or awesome moments in the series to an instrumental version of Adele's theme and making even the most mediocre films look epic, it pretty much shows how far the franchise has come and how awesome Bond is.