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Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf

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This is a two–part BBC adaptation of Toby Hadoke's sensational stand–up show about Doctor Who, fandom, and one man's lifelong obsession.

Toby Hadoke was born to love Doctor Who. To Toby—a shy, weedy kid whose dad had left home—the Doctor was a hero, and the show a lifeline he clung to throughout his childhood. He kept the faith when other boys mocked him, girlfriends dumped
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Published July 30th 2007 by BBC Audiobooks Ltd (first published 2007)
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Penelope Irving
This is a heartwarming yet hilarious personal retrospective of a life of Doctor Who fandom. I'm not sure that anyone who isn't a) British or b) like the author, a Doctor Who fan from childhood, would really be able to relate to it on the same visceral level that I can.

Toby Hadoke clung to Doctor Who as the one bright spot in a fatherless, unhappy childhood, even though his obsession isolated him from his peers and made him an easy target for bullies. As the popularity and reputation of Doctor W
Nicholas Whyte
"I was vaguely aware that comedian Toby Hadoke has a one-man stage show about being a Doctor Who fan, and got hold of the CD in the expectation of some wry nostalgic giggles but not much more.[return][return]I got a great deal more. The CD adaptation includes various other actors (including Louise Jameson as Hadoke's mother and Colin Baker as himself), adding to the power of the script, which is a wonderful meditation on growing up as an outsider and then coming to terms with fatherhood, with Do ...more
A fantastic adaptation for radio of Toby Hadoke's one-man comedy show "Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf". Both funny and touching. Required listening for Doctor Who fans, or anyone who wants to understand why Doctor Who fans are so passionate about the show.
Paul Doody
Toby Hadoke is a comedian who puts his love of Doctor Who into his stage show. This is the recorded version, featuring Doctor Who star Louise Jameson. Excellent and very funny.
Stephanie Trinity
Now this is more like it! Audio that works with the story, instead of beating it into submission.
Ryan Nims
This is such a funny little autobiography-according-to-Doctor-Who!
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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 more experimental and financially accessible nights in the region. His comedy tends towards the topical and/or political, and his trademark h ...more
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