Running Through Corridors, Volume 2: The 70s - Rob and Toby's Marathon Watch of Doctor Who

Running Through Corridors, Volume 2: The 70s - Rob and Toby's Marathon Watch of Doctor Who Toby Hadoke Robert Shearman Lars Pearson Louise Jameson
  • Title: Running Through Corridors, Volume 2: The 70s - Rob and Toby's Marathon Watch of Doctor Who
  • Author: Toby Hadoke Robert Shearman Lars Pearson Louise Jameson
  • ISBN: 9781935234074
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Paperback
  • Running Through Corridors, Volume 2: The 70s - Rob and Toby's Marathon Watch of Doctor Who Toby Hadoke Robert Shearman Lars Pearson Louise Jameson Running Through Corridors Volume The s Rob and Toby s Marathon Watch of Doctor Who In Running Through Corridors two Doctor Who lovers of old Robert Shearman and Toby Hadoke embark on an epic quest of friendship spend the gap year of when Doctor Who consisted of a handful of sp
    In Running Through Corridors, two Doctor Who lovers of old Robert Shearman and Toby Hadoke embark on an epic quest of friendship spend the gap year of 2009 when Doctor Who consisted of a handful of specials rather than a full season re watching the whole of Who two episodes a day, every day, from the show s start in 1963 and ending with David Tennant s swan song onIn Running Through Corridors, two Doctor Who lovers of old Robert Shearman and Toby Hadoke embark on an epic quest of friendship spend the gap year of 2009 when Doctor Who consisted of a handful of specials rather than a full season re watching the whole of Who two episodes a day, every day, from the show s start in 1963 and ending with David Tennant s swan song on New Year s, 2010 This series contains Shearman and Hadoke s diary of that experience a grand opus of their wry observations about the show, their desire to see the good in every story, and their chronicle of the real life changes to Who in that year With this book, Who fans will feel that they re watching along with Shearman World Fantasy Award winner, Hugo Award nominee and writer on the new Doctor Who and Hadoke renowned stage performer for his one man comedy show, Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf as they make their grand journey through the world s most wonderful and longest running drama series Volume 2 of Running Through Corridors encompasses the whole of the Jon Pertwee Era 1970 1974 and the first six seasons starring Tom Baker 1975 1979.
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    About Toby Hadoke Robert Shearman Lars Pearson Louise Jameson


    1. Toby Hadoke is an English actor, writer and stand up comedian He is particularly well known for his work on the Manchester comedy circuit, where he performs regularly He runs the multi award winning XS Malarkey comedy club, and is involved with many of the experimental and financially accessible nights in the region His comedy tends towards the topical and or political, and his trademark high octane rants are particular favourites with his regular audience.His first one man show, Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf, was a critical and popular success at The 2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Charting his passion for the television series Doctor Who in an autobiographical manner, it received many favourable write ups, including one on the internet forum on Outpost Gallifrey from Doctor Who writer Steven Moffat During the 2008 London run, David Tennant provided a vocal cameo for the show which has been included in all subsequent performances A full cast adaptation of Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf was recorded in May 2007 and broadcast on digital channel BBC7 in July, prior to a BBC Audiobooks CD release It featured Hadoke as himself narrating, with guest appearances from Doctor Who actors Colin Baker and Louise Jameson, plus comedian Alfie Joey and Early Doors actor James Quinn as The Voice Of The BBC It received a five star review from SFX magazine and was nominated as Best Drama in the 2008 Sony Awards.In 2009, Hadoke collaborated with writer Rob Shearman to watch and comment on every episode of Doctor Who from the programme s debut in 1963 to David Tennant s final story The resulting discussions are being published as Running Through Corridors Rob and Toby s Marathon Watch of Doctor Who, a three volume series from Mad Norwegian Press The first volume, covering the 1960s, was published in 2010 the second volume, covering the 1970s, is scheduled for release in November 2011.Hadoke has written for The Guardian and The Independent and is a frequent broadcaster on BBC Radio.Hadoke runs the award winning XS Malarkey Comedy Club in Manchester Hadoke is the regular compere for the night, which he runs on a non profit making basis Acts who have played there include Peter Kay, Mick Miller, Chris Addison, Dave Spikey, Jimmy Carr, Reginald D Hunter, Sarah Kendall, Seymour Mace and John Oliver The club also gave early breaks to Alan Carr, Justin Moorhouse and Jason Manford He has performed as part of Robin Ince s Book Club on several occasions, including at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe.In 2008 he won the Chortle Award for Best Off Stage Contribution for his work promoting comedy in the North West and at XS Malarkey.


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    1. The best part of this somewhat slog of a book is when, two episodes from the end of this 272 episode discussion, Robert Shearman remarks on how difficult it has been to talk about the entire 1970s of Doctor Who This is something Shearman was very clear about in interviews after this book s release, where he and Toby worked their asses off to try to make this book stand out and special.The problem, of course, is the nature of Doctor Who The 60s is largely undiscussed and underappreciated It s eas [...]

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    2. nwhytevejournal 2910769mlThis is the much delayed second volume of commentary between Shearman and Hadoke I read and enjoyed the first back in 2011, and look forward now to the third when it comes out It s now several years since I completed my own rewatch of Old Who, so this was a nice return to that exercise for me, especially since like the authors this is the period of the show that I remember most vividly from my own childhood And there was one surprise I had forgotten Tom Baker s appearanc [...]

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    3. Nearly five years after the release of the first installment of Running Through Corridors, Vol 2 The 70 s finally comes out The basic concept remains the same as the first book Rob Sherman and Toby Hadoke spent 2009 on a viewing marathon of Doctor Who, starting at An Unearthly Child and presumably finishing up with The End of Time Part 2 The book is essentially a viewing diary edited into the form of an extended email conversation, and the two authors give themselves the important task of findin [...]

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    4. As wonderful, witty thoughtful as volume one Reading this will make every Doctor Who fan smile and float back to their own golden memories of the 3rd and 4th Doctors well as forcing than one re evaluation along the way.

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    5. Brilliant.Solid commentary that doesn t talk down you At times laugh out loud funny.I had to pace myself and make sure I took the time to read it slowly enough to really appreciate it.A Well worth the wait.

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