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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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XS Malarkey Podcast

Richard Massara, Toby Hadoke, Lee Martin

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XS Malarkey is one of the UK's longest running comedy nights. For over 14 years it has provided mirth and jollity to the people of Manchester, and help to build up some of the most well know comedians in the UK. Every month the XS Malarkey Podcast will bring you little nuggets of comedy joy to your ears and mix that in with some backstage interviews with some of the acts, many famous, some just starting out.
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My Time Capsule

Cast Off Productions

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A podcast that asks guests, such as Stephen Fry, David Mitchell, Caroline Quentin, Ross Noble, Lee Mack, Arabella Weir & Rob Brydon, for five things which they’d like to put in a Time Capsule. They can choose anything from an item, to a memory, a film or even a country. Four of them are things they want to preserve but one has to be something they’re happy to bury and never have to think about again. Hosted by Michael Fenton Stevens. Podcast of the Week in The Times, The Guardian and The Rad ...
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The acclaimed 3-part audio documentary revealing the never-before-told story of one of Doctor Who’s most idiosyncratic, mysterious writers, Donald Cotton. Donald Cotton’s Doctor Who stories were witty, wickedly unconventional and wildly divisive. But who was the man behind these genre-twisting tales? When filmmaker and Doctor Who fan Lucas Testro tries to find out, he finds himself in a very different story than he ever expected. A story of broken family, drunken debauchery, dreams and heart ...
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Join Joe Ford as he waltzes all around the world (via whatever means the internet allows) and undertakes Doctor Who commentaries with a wide range of wonderful contributors. Fans, podcasters, online reviewers, writers, actors...the USP of this podcast is it's variety of guests and the fact that they all bring their own unique perspective to the podcast. The guest chooses the story, be it one they love, hate or are completely indifferent, and amongst the gossip is trivia, critique and persona ...
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Tourist Podcast

Vic Elizabeth Turnbull

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Comedians are your tour guides in this alternative travel podcast. Forget Lonely Planet, join your favourite comedians and well-known faces on trips to best-kept secrets, backstreet dives and some unlikely destinations. Produced & Presented by Vic Elizabeth Turnbull with MICmedia.co.uk
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Exclusive comedy starring established and emerging talent. A comedy enthusiast's paradise. Original comedy is DISTINCT Comedy! All programmes are either produced by Made in Manchester or promoted by MIM. www.madeinmanchester.tv
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Bad Wilf launched in 2010, as a South London-based Doctor Who podcast. Over the years it has evolved into so much more. We cover movies, TV shows, audio dramas, news, reviews, interviews and general nonsense, we used to do it under the influence of alcohol. But we're old now, so we drink decaf tea.
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Ed Stradling revels in the many deaths that Eric Saward serves up in this very gruesome but highly entertaining story. Or is it a violent aberration that is too grim for a family fantasy show? Food for thought and for chat in the second part of this feature length adventure that is actually the same length as normal but doesn't seem like it is. Ple…
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Stevie Martin is an actor, writer, comedian and podcaster. She has built a significant following and acclaim for her prolific online output which includes a series of regular viral sketches with Lola-Rose Maxwell which have amassed over 20 million views (3 million of which on Tiktok) two hit podcasts (Nobody Panic with Tessa Coates and Might Delete…
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So, what to we do when we don't like an aspect of a Doctor Who story? Well, we are Doctor Who fans, so we behave utterly rationally of course. For this episode of Indefinable Magic, the way in which we are drawn to criticise the thing we love comes into the spotlight. Is there such a thing as objectively good and bad, and who has the monopoly on sa…
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Dr Benji Waterhouse is a front-line NHS doctor specialising in psychiatry. He is also an award-winning stand-up comedian who performs sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Festival. He has written for the Guardian and Independent, and was included in a list of 'Inspiring Psychiatrists’ by the Royal College of Psychiatrists. He has a special interest in p…
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James O’Brien is best known for his daily current affairs programme on the radio station LBC, with over 1.2 million weekly listeners, he has also presented and appeared on a variety of TV shows including ‘Newsnight’ and ‘Have I Got News For You?’. James is an award-winning writer whose journalism has appeared everywhere from the TLS to the Daily Mi…
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This one has been done as originally broadcast - as a pair of feature length episodes. So it's two things per instlalment that have to be chosen by special guest Ed Stradling. It's a story controversial for its tone and content, and one that would have an impact and influence on the future of the show. And for your host and Ed, it's one that they b…
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Remember - these podcasts are not intended as reviews or value judgements on the latest episodes of Doctor Who. They are audio essays based upon some aspect of the story and weaved into a - hopefully - thoughtful and sometimes humourous monolgue. Dot and Bubble could provoke discussions about all sorts of different subjects, but for this edition of…
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Ali Woods is a comedian, podcaster and content creator. He won Hackney Empire New Act of the Year 2020 and has appeared on BBC Radio 4, TalkRadio, TalkSport alongside hosting his own podcast ‘All I Do Is Fail’. His online comedy sketches under the tag @aliwoodsgigs have gained millions of views and likes, and featured on LadBible and Buzzfeed UK. M…
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Tom Baldwin is the former director of communications and strategy at the Labour Party and Keir Starmer’s official biographer. As a political journalist he was political editor of The Sunday Telegraph, assistant editor of The Times and The Times’ Washington bureau chief. In 2010, he was appointed as head of communications for the Labour Party and al…
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That fantastic documentary maker Chris Chapman only happens to have chosen one you host Toby Hadoke's favourite stories : so this is very much a love-in as the two of them get green fingered - pulling out the weeds, nurturing the precious components and displaying the glrouius blooms of The Seeds of Doom for all you listeners. But will they agree o…
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The past and the future both catch up with us quicker than we'd like. Toby's response to 73 Yards is a contemplation of fear and just how Doctor Who is scary. It also examines the nature of the unexplained and has some personal recollections of childhood fears that reflect the themes and methods of this sparse and spine-chillling instalment. As eve…
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Alex Kealy is a stand-up comedian who, in his first year of performing, reached the final of the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny competition. He has taken five hours of stand-up to the Edinburgh Fringe. Tickets for his 2024 Edinburgh show, The Fear, are available now. An in-demand joke writer, Alex has written for shows including Mock The Wee…
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Sonali Shah is a freelance broadcaster best known for being one of the faces of BBC Events and BBC Sport and before that, a long-serving presenter of Newsround. Currently a host of The National Lottery Live on Saturday nights, Radio 4’s Today programme sport bulletins and BBC One’s Escape to the Country, Sonali was part of the presentation teams fo…
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Good Lord. Look at the size of this one Doctor. Jonn Elledge - who has a book out right now - has chosen Peter Capaldi's pre-regeneration story which says goodbye to Bill and Nardole (well, for a bit), has two Masters vying for our attention (not to mention three different kinds of Cybermen) and arms its humans with exploding apples. Laughter, tear…
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He's not the Messiah, Steven Moffat, and sometimes he is a very naughty boy. But he's definitely a writer whose work deserves a closer look - an explosive (ahem) talent whose scripts can be mined (ahem, ahem) for subtext and jokes (boom boom!). But what did Boom have to say about faith? And should it be taken at face value? Or is there actually mor…
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Dr Helen Fry has authored and edited over 25 books covering the social history of the Second World War, including British Intelligence and the secret war, espionage and spies, and MI9 escape and evasion. ​ She is the foremost authority on the 'secret listeners' who worked at special eavesdropping sites operated by British Intelligence during WWII. …
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Rob Deering performs stand-up comedy with music, using a guitar, a loop pedal and his voice to create impressive rock and pop soundscapes. Along with being one of the most in-demand headliners on the UK circuit, he’s toured nationally and performed solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe many times since starting out in the year 2000. His late-night, li…
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Right, come on Hadoke, do some new series stuff were you don't have the comfort blanket of 50 years of acquired trivia. Fortunately this edition's special guest - columnist and writer Jonn Elledge - is smart and interesting so will make up for any of you host's many deficiencies as they look at John Simm in disguise, Mondassian Cybermen, and a big …
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After a hiatus you get two episodes on top of each other. So it seems only appropraite to do the same... Indefinable Magic Bite Size are immediate reactions to the latest Doctor Who episodes, but instead of being straightforward reviews they consider an aspect of the fresh adventure and use it to examine life, fandom and Doctor Who in general. Toni…
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Welcome back. Toby Hadoke's Time Travels has been on holiday. Thanks for bearing with its much needed rest and recuperation. But now... it has returned with something brand new. Indefinable Magic, whimsical essays based on some aspect of the show, has decided to turn its attention to the new Doctor Who episodes as they are broadcast. There will be …
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Toby Hadoke is an actor, writer, podcaster and award winning comedian. He is the host of a weekly comedy night in Manchester at XS Malarkey Comedy Club and presents a monthly new material night at the 53Two theatre with comedians such as Sarah Millican, Justin Moorhouse, and Gary Delaney. Toby is a regular presenter of the 7th Dimension on BBC Radi…
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