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Four different Doctor Who Podcasts from award winning comedian Toby Hadoke, whose Edinburgh show Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf became a West End hit, toured the world, and became a Sony nominated BBC Radio series. The podcasts are: ”Season One” : Happy Times and Places - episode commentaries (a video version is also available on You Tube). Released twice weekly. ”Season 2” : Too Much Information - an episode-by-episode examination of the making of the series. Released once a month. ”Season 3 ...
 
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This has it all - a bit of comedy, a lot of character, and Roger Delgado looking pretty spiffing as a naval officer. Add to that some comedy wiring, an epic sword fight and the famous rebranding of the Silurians as the equally inaccurate Eocenes and there's a lot to talk about ... even before we get to Jabba the Hutt. But will special guest Steve H…
 
Well, there was something in the air... well, alright, in the sea (and on the land... so actually not in the air at all). And that something was the Sea Devils because of course they recently returned to Doctor Who. So I thought why not remind ourselves how they were originally done? And they were done well, as convention organiser and writer Steve…
 
We add a bomb to the bickering in part five of The Dominators, and muse at what might have been had this had the planned sixth instalment. Full Circle writer Andrew Smith has been a terrific guest - will the positives be shared between host and guest or will the differences of opinion be seismic? Hopefully there'll be a peaceful solution... Please …
 
Well there's plenty of fun to be had here if your like exploding buildings and the destruction of cute robots. And two men arguing a lot whilst trying to remain dignified under big shoulder pads and tassled limbs. The Doctor is trying to save the planet Dulkis - but only inside. Outside, it's fair to say, he is not quite himself. Will Andrew Smith …
 
There's a problem en route to Kublai Khan's palace both in front of the camera and behind the scenes. There's a sandstorm to negotiate in Studio D, but a key cast member falls in requiring a hasty change in direction. But they're a doughty lot who can improvise their way out of trouble, even if not everybody is on the same wavelength. On screen ant…
 
These Indefinable Magic monologues are usually the result of writing, re-writing, recording, retaking, re-jigging and finally assembling. That's why they take a long time. However, something was needed for Doctor Who's birthday and this is the result - one go, one take, a word avalanche which attempts to capture the essence of the indefinable magic…
 
The TARDIS crew are on another planet but they aren't having much of a chance to play away as the council of Dulkis seem unable to defend themselves against the might of two men with very large shoulder pads and some squeaky robots who can destroy anything - inlcuding a hitherto happy relationship between a pair of writers and the BBC. A troubled p…
 
So there's a pair of giant turtle men and their pet malevolent box-children sucking up the radiation from a planet inhabited by peaceful men dressed in ballgowns. What's not to love? Well, quite a lot according to general fan opinion. So can Full Circle writer Andrew Smith and host Toby Hadoke find a peaceful solution to the problems of The Dominat…
 
Well, even our guest admits that this isn't even one of his favourite stories, so host Toby Hadoke might well have out work cut out singing the praises of this Troughton story everyone seems to try to forget about. Said guest, by the way, is only the writer of Full Circle, Andrew Smith! He's canon! So he has set Toby the challenge of accentuating t…
 
Snogging, Booze, Love - that's not what Doctor Who is about! Is it? Well, this tuned out to be a very popular episode, but will comedian Kathryn Mather - from a different generation a female perspective - appreciate the same things as host Toby Hadoke, or are they doomed to be forever separated by fate, time, and history?…
 
And so it ends... the very last episode of Doctor Who to be broadcast during its original run. And it might all be host Toby Hadoke's fault. Ben Cook is far too young, as he proves when he ages himself in this podcast - but that is nothing, Toby recently worked with someone who was born the day after this episode was shown - and that person now has…
 
The last episode you host, Toby Hadoke, saw go out live - for reasons that will be explained. Who is on the Cheetah People's menu and how many of them have been Toby's neighbours? And why is Anthony Ainley smiling like the cat who has got the cream? Will special guest Ben Cook get in a flap about Survival, or will he and Toby agree on this story's …
 
It's the end ... of the Classic Series anyway. How can such a moment be prepared for? Well, with a very special guest : young over-achiever Benjamin Cook has given us a very cheery and effusive advocacy of Survival. Can he and host Toby Hadoke both reach across the generations and agree on what is best about this story: what do they think is the ca…
 
And so Doctor Who's fourth adventure kicks off with the first episode that we cannot actually see. But there's plenty to examine in terms of the large amount of filming done for this episode, the last minute changes to the script which give the story a unique flavour, and two of its actors who span from the top to the bottom of the guest guest list…
 
Toby Hadoke can trace the moment he went from being a normal human being who liked Doctor Who, (you know, watching it on TV, reading the stories, enjoying it) to becoming a fan (you know, finding out about behind-the-scenes facts, learning the history, being unnecessarily angry with it). It was when he received a certain book, a gateway to unimagin…
 
Bergcast host and TV and film historian Jon Dear chooses and episode that has got a bad press in various parts. He defends it here, as does host Toby Hadoke. And if that weren't enough, we have a key member of the team behind adding his thoughts too. So, is it possible they could be egging you on to give this one a second chance? Go on, you know yo…
 
What a peculiar thing this story is, but this episode contains much enjoyable laser gun action and one of THE GREATEST EVER LINES IN DOCTOR WHO AND WE DON'T KNOW WHY. James Goss has to choose his favourite thing about this episode and the story as a whole, which he will do with his trademark insight and wit. Host Toby Hadoke has neither of those th…
 
So finally the story starts to tell us what it is all about but it's still quite difficult to get to grips with quite what is going on here. As Monarch meanders towards Earth with his myriad of dance troupes and pot plants, how easy is it going to be for host Toby Hadoke and his guest James Goss to agree on what the best thing about this episode is…
 
Well no-one is a big fan of this funny old story - well, apart from Doctor Who novelist and audio writer (and documentary maker and all sorts of other things) James Goss. Who could wish for a more charming advocate for this under-celebrated slice of 80s Who? And it is very 80s. So sit back and enjoy a (very) leisurely journey through some of Doctor…
 
This bonus episode is being parachuted into the schedule because special guest Gemma Arrowsmith has a show out there right now so the gap between her recording her contribution and the release of this episode is perhaps the shortest ever (sorry anyone who has been waiting for their contribution to appear - some of you for two years!). Gemma's a bri…
 
There's going to be a bonus release in the middle of this week so here's an omnibus to keep you going until then. Since partaking in the podcast - and, I'm sure, entirely as a result of doing so - our special guest Laurence Clark has written a comedy pilot that was aired on Dave recently and is now awaiting the green light for a series. Fingers cro…
 
This one gets quite serious but, frankly, it is an extraordinary episode. Paul Litchfield - comedian, actor, vocal genius - is on hand to provide some much needed frivolity. But let's face it - this is a slice of Doctor Who that provokes much conversation: and host Toby Hadoke can certainly provide that, even in a room on his own: the motormouth. P…
 
Wonderful idiot Paul Litchfield is the guest on this affectionate look at one of the modern classics of Doctor Who. What will be to his liking - the murder of a young girl, public schoolboys being racist, or our hero advocating capital punishment. Oh yes, there's much to recoil at in this episode, and all of it something that shows the dark side of…
 
Cannibalism, Spain, Melting Sontarans, Servalan, Johnny Ringo, Blood, Gore, Murder ... The Two Doctors has it all. But is there some of it that it shouldn't have had? Host Toby Hadoke and guest Matt Hayden throw themselves into this controversial fare like two gourmands at a feast. Just don't ask them to pay the bill... Please support these podcast…
 
Well, there aren't many sets and those that are are in the TARDIS, there are no new actors among the cast, and we don't have any drafts, storylines, or even much production paperwork. So here is, literally, everything we know about The Brink of Disaster, including a detailed biography of its director Frank Cox.…
 
So there's a wobbly set and the main villain is killed off very early on in the episode, but host Toby Hadoke still can't bring himself to be down on the Power of Kroll. But will he choose the same things to love as our guest, writer and journalist Ian Winterton? I mean, they're not exactly spoilt for choice, are they? Or is that blasphemy (if so, …
 
So things aren't looking too clever for our heroes, whilst the rest of the cast valiantly (depending on where they are) (a) try to maintain some shred of dignity whilst painted green or (b) try to inject some life into proceedings whilst looking at a monitor in a hastily constructed computer panel. Not all of them are successful. But come on, it's …
 
The swamps get swampier, the rain gets wetter and Philip Madoc gets grumpier... but what's this? Doctor Who's biggest monster yet? Why does no-one walk about this story? Writer Ian Winterton and host Toby Hadoke fly the flag for no-one's favourite Doctor Who story. Hail Kroll.저자 Toby Hadoke
 
A host of familiar faces populate the swampy environs of Delta Magna's moon, but one of them is green and another is scowling. Writer and journalist Ian Winterton has chosen an oft neglected slice of Doctor Who - and what will he choose as his highlight of the first part of our visit to one of the show's wettest locations?…
 
It is a parting of the ways between the Doctor and Rose but will it be a meeting of minds between host Toby Hadoke and guest Jenny@bluebox99 (that's Jenny with a "y" by the way). There's only one way to find out... Please support these podcasts on Patreon, where you will get advance releases, exclusive content (including a patron only podcast - Far…
 
Ray of sunshine internet presence Jenny@bluebox99 chooses her favourite things about this landmark episode. Will host Toby Hadoke end up as the weakest link, or will he choose the same things as her? Please note: this episode was recorded before any press revelations about Noel Clarke and John Barrowman were made. Please support these podcasts on P…
 
Excellent comedian and Torchwood podcaster Steffan Alun has chosen this memorable Matt Smith episode. but what Toby Hadoke fears the most is not guessing any of the same this as his guest in this positively inclined commentary podcast. Oh, and stay tuned right until the end as a key member of the team who made this episode also has his say. Please …
 
If you gave your host Toby Hadoke £1 for every time he mentions the VHS compilation release of these story he'd be able to retire. There's much more to chat about though, as he and guest Jaye Butler Moore choose their favourite things about this story which has it all: foam, balloons, Ice Warriors of Hampstead Heath and ... those costumes...(!)…
 
Princess Josephine receives a right royal proposal in the final episode of The Curse of the Peladons. That might be an in-joke just for your host. But Toby Hadoke won't choose Australian continuity announcements as his favourite thing as events in court come to a bloody climax. Bona fide proper TV Doctor Who writer Paul Cornell has two goes at choo…
 
You're not going to close even three of your eyes when watching this jolly adventure - the Ice Warriors are good, hey, even naughty Hepesh is well intentioned and the Doctor is in a fight to the death with Grun, the King's Champion ... and we like him too. The lines between good and evil are fuzzily drawn which makes for an intriguing adventure fro…
 
A host of monsters, Jo in love, and Pertwee cutting a dash amongst all the court intrigue. What is not to love? Doctor Who writer Paul Cornell is spoilt for choice so what will he choose as his favourite thing from this rare Pertwee foray into another world... How will host Toby Hadoke fare in this fight to the death with the story's champion? Plea…
 
Well now, yer actual special guest this week is not only one of yer actual Doctor Who writers. Paul Cornell has been responsible for some pretty damned good Who himself so it's a joy to have him on board. The story he has chosen isn't really regarded as a classic or a clanger - it's meat and potatoes Doctor Who. Any yet... as we will discover, ther…
 
The story that for many years was incorrectly said to be a last minute filler because the sets for Marco Polo weren't ready (not remotely true) has a fuzzy genesis, but it's largely to do with numbers, and the fact that the show itself might well be brought to an end. So this must be on script editor David Whitaker's mind as he writes the story tha…
 
Well blimey. What an epic. But does it come to a suitable climax? No delegates, barely any Doctor, and in the case of Mavic Chen, no marbles. But how lucky have we been to have Ian McLachlan to guide us thorough this story - he watched it go out, and he has seen every episode of Doctor Who bar one. Plus he has letters from William Hartnell and Patr…
 
The actor David Warner has died, so here is a tribute, written and recorded pretty much as the news of his death was breaking - so forgive a lack of polish. Indefinable Magic is not normally topical but host Toby Hadoke had a personal journey with David Warner - who himself had a series of connections with Doctor Who. This is not an objective, nor …
 
OK, the chase is over (and so is The Chase II, which is pretty much what has been happening these past few weeks in Masterplan Land). There's an eerie emptiness to this episode, plus one last hurrah for the delegates. But where the heck is TV's Doctor Who? Steven, Sara and Chen have to carry most of the episode but the Doctor better hurry because t…
 
The last moving footage to survive from this story finds us in Egypt, which a film sequence, an impressive set design, and a ludicrously fabulous segue from one scene to another. And with actors like Peter Butterworth and Kevin Stoney on hand, guest Ian McLachlan - one of the pioneers of Doctor Who fandom - could choose anything to eulogise. And we…
 
It's off to Egypt we go, and the Daleks have a pyramid scheme with which to ensnare the Doctor. And there's more Monk-y business too, with Peter Butterworth on fine form. What will guest Ian K McLachlan - one of the very first Doctor Who fans to chronicle the series and write to its stars - choose as his favourite thing about this sun drenched epis…
 
And now it is Doctor Who's first New Year's Special. Though it wasn't considered especially special then (and, let's be honest, isn't now). Still, we get an amusing cricket flavoured interlude that wouldn't have been out of place last week, and the return of the delegates! Hooray! But for whom do the New Year Bells of Doom ring? Because not everyon…
 
And a Happy Time and Place to all of you at home. Here is Doctor Who's first Christmas special. In July. Which shows just how organised this particular series of podcasts is. Will host Toby Hadoke and guest Ian McLachlan (who gives some great insight to this episode's ONLY actually broadcast) agree on what (if anything!) there is to like about this…
 
The history of alcohol in Doctor Who is browsed over by host Toby Hadoke, who provides some personal insight via his complex relationship with the demon drink. Although, like all of these podcast, the tone is lighthearted, there are some serious issues discussed herein so please consider this a trigger warning. If you are affected by any of the iss…
 
The Daleks' Masterplan's residence in Happy Times and Places will continue next week, but you probably won't mind the interruption by ...yet more Daleks! It's time to digest Too Much Information about The Rescue. Not that The Rescue, the other The Rescue. And so at last we get to the conclusion of the very first Dalek story. It's never really been …
 
Back to Reconville again, we are on the planet Mira and Doctor Who looks set to hand the Tarranium core over to Mavic Chen. But what's this? Dennis Spooner? Oh, so Terry Nation's not even writing the script anymore? Will that mean that there are different positives for host Toby Hadoke and his guest, Ian K McLachlan, to battle over? There's only on…
 
Yay! More moving pictures. Boo! No delegates. But we *do* have Karlton with his baldy head and jug ears and gorgeous voice, as well as a bunch of actors host Toby Hadoke have sadly never tracked down for interview... the mice! Yet more thespian memories we will never get to hear. But there's plenty to see in this episode - except for the denizens o…
 
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