|Day Two of Gallifrey One 2014! We ring in this auspicious occasion with the august personage of Dominic Glynn, musician extraordinaire and composer of what many (well…us, anyway) consider the best arrangement of the classic opening theme. And we continue with the Lovely Person Agenda with the presence of author and bon vivant Rob Shearman and comedian, actor and 60s BBC barman Toby Hadoke, who performed his one-man show “My Stepson Stole my Sonic Screwdriver” here at Gallifrey One only last night! But instead of covering that fine event, we spend 20-odd minutes berating the pair of them for not publishing Volume Two of Running Through Corridors. That’s Radio Free Skaro, all class.|
– Gallifrey One…25 Glorious Years!
Always a pleasure to enjoy some time with Rob Shearman and Toby Hadoke.Wouldn’t be surprised if the reason Rob wants another pass at Running Through Corridors Vol 2 is his retrospective guilt that he was too harsh on 60’s Who in the first book now.
I’m inclined to agree with their suggestion that contemporary Doctor Who doesn’t necessarilly need somebody as invested in it as Steven Moffat or Russell T Davies to work because Doctor Who coped previously without that,and hopefully the BBC is much more committed to it and proud of it now.I’m not in any hurry to find out if i’m right though and would really prefer that people who cared about it like them were in charge.