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: Happy Times and Places - episode commentaries (a video version is also available on You Tube). Released weekly. Indefinable Magic - whimsical essays inspired by the show. Released at least once a month. Too Much Information - an episode-by-episode examination of the making of the series. Released once a month. (Far) Too Much Information - a spin-off from Too Much Information containing all the stuff deemed too geeky for the above... (initially available to Patrons only) Please see www.patreon.com/tobyhadoke for early and bonus releases Please join the mailing list at www.tobyhadoke.com Please subscribe to Toby Hadoke’s You Tube channel.
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Recorded in the aftermath of Eve of the Daleks this is an episode set in a dangerous environment which has the Daleks in pursuit of our intrepid heroes. There's not much to see but there are tantalising photographs and Ian K McLachlan was there at th... more
Oooh, this episode exists! Hooray. Host Toby Hadoke remembers when it didn't, so it still all seems a bit new to him. And what a gorgeous episode it is, with its superb aliens and its even more superb human villain, Mavis Chen. Make sure you've worke... more
Strap yourselves in - it's the start of an epic, largely missing Doctor Who story. We have 12 instalments of this, and being perfectly honest with you, host Toby Hadoke was worried this would be a bit of a chore. Yet thanks to the events of this mamm... more
Rather a good podcast. Trying to match with the guest is a new feature, and I rather like Toby.
Worth it for the peperami fact.
Never not fascinating, never punching down, warm hearted, funny and endlessly listenable. Prepare yourself for a binge. The Patreon extras are amazing value for money, too. This is (unsurprisingly) top notch Who podcasting.
This is a splendid podcast/variety of podcasts do listen. Like the best of the show itself, Toby’s demeanour is warm and his output is informative and entertaining.
Fantastic work by Toby. Love these podcasts
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Doctor Who: Toby Hadoke’s Time Travels launched 2 years ago and published 191 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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