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Toby Hadoke


Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 215

"I see, you're one of those boring maniacs who's going to gloat. Are you going to tell me your plan for running the universe?"

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 215
Running Time: 1:41:54

Doctor Who: Robots of Death reviewed, Joshua Lou Friedman is back with us talking about his latest film project Bulla and his trip to the UK, Tara Wheeler reports in from San Diego Comic Con, Congratulations to Robin Dal Pozzo McVay, news, and more!

Hosted by Louis Trapani, Ken Deep, James Naughton, and Joshua Lou Friedman.

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Toby Hadoke's New Routine - Now I Know My BBC

Toby Hadoke is back, well if you have the Cd or Digital Copy "Moths Ate my doctor Who scarf!" He's never really away.  But after touring for over three years with "Moths" Doctor Who Fan and fan Favourite Toby, has a new routine quote from his web site.

"An affectionate and stroppy love letter to his favourite Auntie from the passionately squared eyed comedian whose previous show “Moths Ate Mt Doctor Who Scarf” received 100% 5 star reviews (Ed Fringe 2007), toured the UK and internationally, had a West End run, and spawned a Sony nominated radio series."

Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf Available on the BBC iPlayer

Toby Hadoke's 'Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf' can be heard via the BBC iPlayer with Colin Baker and Louise Jameson from July 2007. Episode one, 30 minutes long will be available to listen to until Friday, the 18th of December 2009.

Listen here: BBC iPlayer - Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf


Also be sure to catch our interviews with Toby Hadoke on Doctor Who: Podshock:

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 170

"Fantastic! Oh, fantastic! Powerless! Look at you. The great space dustbin!"

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 170
Running Time: 1:17:11

Interviews with writer Rob Shearman, actor Colin Spaull, and comedian Toby Hadoke while at Hurricane Who (special thanks to correspondents Ian Bisset ( @The6thDoctor ) and Tara Wheeler), News, Feedback, and more.

Hosted by Ken Deep, James Naughton, and Louis Trapani.

Doctor Who: Podshock 170 Cover

Doctor Who: Podshock 170 Cover

Cover art featuring writer Rob Shearman, actor Colin Spaull, and comedian Toby Hadoke all of which are interviewed in Doctor Who: Podshock 170

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What a great weekend I had at Hurricane Who!

Sorry I've been quiet for a while, but its been a very busy few weeks, with preparations for this week's highly successful first event for Who York - An Evening with Louise Jameson, work, and having a fantastic time this past weekend in Orlando for the inaugural Hurricane Who convention! They've announced year 2 of this convention, and its now a fixture in my calendar, and you would do well to do the same!

More Laughter on Doctor Who: Podshock Live

More Laughter on Doctor Who: Podshock Live

Laughter ensues during the live recording on stage of Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 141 at Gallifrey 20 in Los Angeles, CA on February 15, 2009. Left to right: Doctor Who Producer Phil Collinson, Toby Hadoke (Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf), and Ken DeepPhoto by Rachel McCauley

Laughter Courtesy of Toby Hadoke

Laughter Courtesy of Toby Hadoke

Toby Hadoke (far left - Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf) brings laughter to the live on stage recording of Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 141 with Ken Deep, Louis Trapani, and James Naughton at Gallifrey 20 in Los Angeles, CA on February 15, 2009. Photo by Rachel McCauley

Daphne Ashbrook Surprises Gallifrey Audience

Daphne Ashbrook Surprises Gallifrey Audience

Our surprise guest at the Doctor Who: Podshock live on stage show (episode 141) at Gallifrey 20 (February 2009) was none other than Daphne Ashbrook (1996 Doctor Who movie) who joined Ken Deep, Louis Trapani, and James Naughton on stage along with Doctor Who Producer Phil Collinson and comedian Toby Hadoke. Photo by Billy Davis

Doctor Who: Podshock Banners on Stage

Doctor Who: Podshock Banners on Stage

Doctor Who: Podshock live on stage at Gallifrey 20 recording episode 141 on February 15, 2009. The image is a little blurry and with glare, but note the two Doctor Who: Podshock banners on stage. Also on stage left to right is Doctor Who Producer Phil Collinson, comedian Toby Hadoke, Ken Deep, Louis Trapani, and James Naughton. Kudos to Billy Davis for his help with the banners and this photo.

Just A Minute (2) at Gallifrey 20

Just A Minute (2) at Gallifrey 20

(L-R) Toby Hadoke, Phil Collinson, Ken Deep, Paul Cornell, Wendy Padbury, and Frazer Hines during "Just a Minute" at Gallifrey 20.

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 141

Doctor Who: Podshock 141"Look over there! On the other side of your galaxy, that's home."

Outpost Gallifrey Presents:
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 141
Running Time: 0:54:46

LIVE on stage at Gallifrey 20 in Los Angeles, CA with special guests Phil Collinson (Doctor Who producer series 1-4), Daphne Ashbrook ("Grace" from 1996 Doctor Who TV movie), and Toby Hadoke (of the hit one-man play "Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf"). Hosted by Ken Deep, Louis Trapani, and James Naughton.

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