Voice artist extraordinaire Nikki van der Zyl was one of the key factors in creating the exotic flavour of the early Bond movies.   Luke Williams, 007 Magazine

Two guests on The One Show (20/Oct/2015) span 53 years of Bond movies history - and the film world's best kept secret is revealed.

Joining Alex Jones and Matt Baker in the studio were Nikki van der Zyl - the first female voice heard in the very first Bond film Dr No - and Andrew Scott appearing in Spectre, the latest 007 offering from EON Productions.
Nikki amused and impressed the audience by overdubbing Alex and Matt on the show.
Over 4 million viewers saw Nikki acclaimed as the Ultimate Bond Girl.
See official list of Nikki's TEN Classic Bond films.

Click on the picture below left to hear Nikki in Dr No, click the others to enlarge.

The giant on-set screen shows just a few of the many actresses who had to be revoiced by Nikki because of their vocal inadequacy: Ursula Andress, Eunice Gayson, Shirley Eaton (the 'cockney bombshell'), Claudine Auger, Mie Hama, Jane Seymour.

Some of the friendly studio crew.
The One Show (review by Benjamin Lind)

The World of Nikki van der Zyl