Should the BBC give up on popular commercial programming like, oh, I don't know, Doctor Who? A "green paper" to be released today reportedly calls for reconsidering the British Broadcasting Corporation's purpose, while the government plans to force the BBC to dig deep into its own pockets to fund license fees for citizens over […]
"Friend of the show" Toby Hadoke debuted his third Edinburgh Fringe one-man show on American soil at Chicago TARDIS: "My Stepson Stole My Sonic Screwdriver." Toby and I have an honest, thoughtful conversation about where Doctor Who fits into his family life, his wrestling with psoriasis, and how to make fun of yourself […]
(There were some unexpected audio glitches this time; I hope you'll bear with them.)
Rob Shearman and Toby Hadoke's new book is the first in a series that takes a deep look at every Doctor Who episode from 1963 through 2009, beginning with the Hartnell and Troughton years. If you have any curiosity about the classic series at all, no matter how many stories you've actually seen, you […]
As we head into the home stretch of BBC Week, TV producer and Tachyon TV contributor Simon Harries introduces you to Toby Hadoke's new one-man show, "Now I Know My BBC." Toby's been a great friend of the podcast, having been interviewed a few times and contributing a review of "The Big Bang" for […]
Comedian and Friend of 2MTL Toby Hadoke hopped on Skype with me thirty minutes after "The Big Bang" and reviewed it!
More than any other reason, this is why I came to Hurricane Who. The day after his penultimate performance of "Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf," I caught up with Toby Hadoke. (Our prior interview: the two-minute cut, unedited.)
At last, here's the full version of my interview with Toby Hadoke about the future of "Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf" and the use of Doctor Who as a child-rearing tool. Enjoy!
Toby Hadoke generously spent some time on Skype with me to talk about the last few (apparently, for now…but "never say never…") performances of his fantastic one-man show, Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf. We talked about how it feels to wrap up the show, and what it's like to perform it in […]
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