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Toby Hadoke’s 50th Doctor Who Podcast Features A Special Guest…

Toby Hadoke’s latest Who’s Round podcast certainly raises the bar, and it’s so beautifully simple!

The latest offing from the Moths star is special for a number of reasons. Firstly, it is the 50th Who’s Round in the series, which is a cause for celebration in itself. But secondly, it features a rather special guest, someone of considerable significance in the Whoniverse, last seen badgering Peter Davison’s voice mail in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot. He was responsible for the casting of David Tennant, (and Christopher Eccleston!), for bringing back the Master, for the creation of Torchwood, and for the Mighty Jagrafess of the Holy Hadrojassic Maxarodenfoe, (we call him Max.) He’s good friends with writer Benjamin Cooke, (they email from time to time), and, frankly, Doctor Who wouldn’t have returned in 2005 without him.

Who is the guest?

It’s Russell T. Davies!


The podcast is the latest installment in Toby Hadoke’s “50th anniversary quest to get an anecdote about every single episode of Doctor Who to date.” Today’s upload is the first of a multi-part interview, so it looks like there will be more Russell-related shenanigans in the weeks to come. Enjoy!

(Via Big Finish | Thanks to Daren)


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