Joanna Lumley has said she wants to be a Bond girl again after describing her first appearance as a "highlight of her career".
The actress took a brief role in On Her Majesty's Secret Service early in her career.
But, as she was announced as the host for an evening of James Bond music at the Henley Festival this summer, she said she would love to make a return to the hit movies.
"The very words 'James Bond' bring a rush of excitement to my heart: even though it was 45 years ago, even though I really only had two lines in the film On Her Majesty's Secret Service, I am as proud of being a Bond Girl as of anything else in my career.
"I can't wait for this spectacular Bond night on the river; as the evening progresses I shall of course be auditioning, fairly subtly, for a future role in another of these sensational films: and it need only be two lines."
Lumley will present an evening of Bond music played by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra called Shaken & Stirred at the festival on July 13.
Artists performing on other days during the festival include Jamie Cullum, Madness and Paloma Faith.