Here's the second half of our chat with actor, stand-up comedian, writer, presenter and podcaster Toby Hadoke about a couple of stories about alien invasions that use duplicates: 4th Doctor story The Android Invasion, from Season 13, and 9th Doctor story Aliens of London and World War Three from Series 1. This episode largely focuses on the latter story.

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Find Toby's excellent podcast series here, including astonishingly detailed analysis of Doctor Who episodes in Too Much Information, a twist on episode commentaries in Happy Times and Places and thought provoking vocal essays in Indefinite Magic: https://tobyhadoke.podbean.com/. There's even more of this if you join him on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TobyHadoke 

Giles' book A History of the Universe in 21 Stars: (and 3 Imposters) can be found in all good bookshops and also here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/History-Universe-21-Stars-Imposters/dp/1787394654/

Paul appears in Doctor Who: The Missing Episodes Podcast https://missingepisodes.podbean.com/. And head over to https://www.bigfinish.com/, where we all love Paul's stories.

Richard has another podcast with co-host Emily, called "If It's Hurting, It's not Working" which is a fun and informative look at work - why we work, how we work, and what makes a great job. And also what makes a great workplace, how to turn things round when we're not enjoying our work and, in the end, how we can all make our work better. Go to https://ifhurtnotwork.podbean.com/ and https://ifhurtnot.work for more.

Our cover art was designed for us by Bea Garrido. She's a really talented artist, who you can find on Twitter using @BeaGarrido00, where, among other artworks, you can get hold of the prints of some remarkable paintings of characters from Doctor Who.

Here's a surprise for you - a new episode of Something Who only a month after the previous one.

And what an episode. Richard, Giles and Paul welcome their special guest - actor, stand-up comedian, writer, presenter and podcaster Toby Hadoke for a chat about a couple of stories about alien invasions that use duplicates: 4th Doctor story The Android Invasion, from Season 13, and 9th Doctor story Aliens of London and World War Three from Series 1. As per recent convention, this episode is the first half of that conversation, featuring The Android Invasion.

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Find Toby's excellent podcast series here, including astonishingly detailed analysis of Doctor Who episodes in Too Much Information, commentaries on episodes in Happy Times and Places and thought provoking vocal essays in Indefinite Magic: https://tobyhadoke.podbean.com/. There's even more of this if you join him on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TobyHadoke 

Giles' book A History of the Universe in 21 Stars: (and 3 Imposters) can be found in all good bookshops and also here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/History-Universe-21-Stars-Imposters/dp/1787394654/

Paul appears in Doctor Who: The Missing Episodes Podcast https://missingepisodes.podbean.com/. And head over to https://www.bigfinish.com/, where we all love Paul's stories.

Richard has another podcast with co-host Emily, called "If It's Hurting, It's not Working" and it's a fun and informative look at work - why we work, how we work, and what makes a great job. And also what makes a great workplace, how to turn things round when we're not enjoying our work and, in the end, how we can all make our work better. Go to https://ifhurtnotwork.podbean.com/ and https://ifhurtnot.work for more.

Our cover art was designed for us by Bea Garrido. She's a really talented artist, who you can find on Twitter using @BeaGarrido00, where, among other artworks, you can get hold of the prints of some remarkable paintings of characters from Doctor Who.

And, finally, here's the remainder of a discussion we recorded back in June.

Richard, Giles and Paul chat about a couple of stories from the middle of the second millennium: 5th Doctor story The Visitation, from Season 19, and 10th Doctor story The Shakespeare Code from Series 3. This episode is the second half of that conversation and features The Shakespeare Code.

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Giles' book A History of the Universe in 21 Stars: (and 3 Imposters) can be found in all good bookshops and also here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/History-Universe-21-Stars-Imposters/dp/1787394654/

Paul is one half of Doctor Who: The Missing Episodes Podcast https://missingepisodes.podbean.com/. And head over to https://www.bigfinish.com/, where we all love Paul's stories, especially The Prints of Denmark https://www.bigfinish.com/releases/v/doctor-who-the-companion-chronicles-the-second-doctor-volume-03-1826.

Richard has another podcast with co-host Emily, called "If It's Hurting, It's not Working" and it's a fun and informative look at work - why we work, how we work, and what makes a great job. And also what makes a great workplace, how to turn things round when we're not enjoying our work and, in the end, how we can all make our work better. Go to https://ifhurtnotwork.podbean.com/ and https://ifhurtnot.work for more. Episode 11 is about to drop and signals some changes for both hosts, a short hiatus into the autumn and a change of emphasis when we return.

Somewhat plagued by delays, at last here's a new episode of Something Who.

And after a run of episodes brimming with voices, here's a pared down chat from Richard, Giles and Paul about a couple of stories from middle of the second millennium: 5th Doctor story The Visitation, from Season 19, and 10th Doctor story The Shakespeare code from Series 3. As per recent convention, this episode is the first half of that conversation and features The Visitation.

Please like or share our podcast with people who will enjoy it, so we can build our listener base high for happiness. You can rate us directly on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser.com

Giles' book A History of the Universe in 21 Stars: (and 3 Imposters) can be found in all good bookshops and also here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/History-Universe-21-Stars-Imposters/dp/1787394654/

Paul is one half of Doctor Who: The Missing Episodes Podcast https://missingepisodes.podbean.com/. And head over to https://www.bigfinish.com/, where we all love Paul's stories, especially The Prints of Denmark https://www.bigfinish.com/releases/v/doctor-who-the-companion-chronicles-the-second-doctor-volume-03-1826.

Richard has another podcast with co-host Emily, called "If It's Hurting, It's not Working" and it's a fun and informative look at work - why we work, how we work, and what makes a great job. And also what makes a great workplace, how to turn things round when we're not enjoying our work and, in the end, how we can all make our work better. Go to https://ifhurtnotwork.podbean.com/ and https://ifhurtnot.work for more. Episode 10 is a chat with Sean West, who, amongst other things, work as a Chief Finance Officer.

We are exceptionally honoured to welcome former DWM editor Gary Gillatt to the Something Who bunker for a chat about a couple of stories that have a musical theme to them: 7th Doctor story Delta and the Bannermen, from Season 24, and one that Gary has never seen before - 11th Doctor story Rings of Akhaten from Series 7B. This episode is the second half of that conversation and features Rings of Akhaten.

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You can find Gary on Twitter @Gary_Gillatt and see his work in Inside Soap magazine.

Giles' book A History of the Universe in 21 Stars: (and 3 Imposters) can be found in all good bookshops and also here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/History-Universe-21-Stars-Imposters/dp/1787394654/

Gav's book Doctor Who: Dalek Combat Training Manual can be found here (other retailers are available) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1785945327/

Also find his excellent YouTube series Terry Nation Army here: https://youtube.com/user/Dalek6388. And they've got a podcast here: https://dalek6388.podbean.com/ which you should definitely listen to, once you've heard this.

Richard has another podcast with co-host Emily, called "If It's Hurting, It's not Working" and it's a fun and informative look at work - why we work, how we work, and what makes a great job. And also what makes a great workplace, how to turn things round when we're not enjoying our work and, in the end, how we can all make our work better. Go to https://ifhurtnotwork.podbean.com/ and https://ifhurtnot.work for more. Episode 9 is a timely discussion about money and work.

We are exceptionally honoured to welcome former DWM editor Gary Gillatt to the Something Who bunker for a chat about a couple of stories that have a musicial theme to them: 7th Doctor story Delta and the Bannermen, from Season 24, and 11th Doctor story Rings or Akhaten from Series 7B. This episode is the first half of that conversation and features Delta and the Bannermen.

Please like or share our podcast with people who will enjoy it, so we can build our listener base high for happiness. You can rate us directly on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser.com

You can find Gary on Twitter @Gary_Gillatt and see his work in Inside Soap magazine.

Giles' book A History of the Universe in 21 Stars: (and 3 Imposters) can be found in all good bookshops and also here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/History-Universe-21-Stars-Imposters/dp/1787394654/

Gav's book Doctor Who: Dalek Combat Training Manual can be found here (other retailers are available) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1785945327/

Also find his excellent YouTube series Terry Nation Army here: https://youtube.com/user/Dalek6388. And they've got a podcast here: https://dalek6388.podbean.com/ which you should definitely listen to, once you've heard this.

Richard has another podcast with co-host Emily, called "If It's Hurting, It's not Working" and it's a fun and informative look at work - why we work, how we work, and what makes a great job. And also what makes a great workplace, how to turn things round when we're not enjoying our work and, in the end, how we can all make our work better. Go to https://ifhurtnotwork.podbean.com/ and https://ifhurtnot.work for more. Episode 9 is a timely discussion about money and work.

The opening music is Three Guitars Mood 2 and, yes, that is Richard playing the ukulele and kazoo on possibly the worst ever version of the Doctor Who theme tune at the end.

We welcome back Ellie (a.k.a. TARDIS Monkey) to this episode for the second half of our discussion about a couple of stories featuring villages that are really cut off from civilisation: Season 8's The Daemon, with the 3rd Doctor and 13th Doctor story Village of the Angels from the most recent Flux series. This second half predominantly features Angels, but we talk about the wider Flux story and the links between the two stories.

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You can find Ellie on Twitter @tardis_monkey (that's what we did).

Giles' book A History of the Universe in 21 Stars: (and 3 Imposters) can be found in all good bookshops and also here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/History-Universe-21-Stars-Imposters/dp/1787394654/

Gav's book Doctor Who: Dalek Combat Training Manual can be found here (other retailers are available) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1785945327/

Also find his excellent YouTube series Terry Nation Army here: https://youtube.com/user/Dalek6388. And they've started a new podcast here: https://dalek6388.podbean.com/ which you should definitely listen to, once you've heard this.

Richard has another podcast with co-host Emily, called "If It's Hurting, It's not Working" and it's a fun and informative look at work - why we work, how we work, and what makes a great job. And also what makes a great workplace, how to turn things round when we're not enjoying our work and, in the end, how we can all make our work better. Go to https://ifhurtnotwork.podbean.com/ and https://ifhurtnot.work for more. Episode 8 is a chat with former senior civil servant Clare and you can hear a trailer at the end of this episode.

The opening music is Three Guitars Mood 2 and, yes, that is Richard playing the ukulele and kazoo on possibly the worst ever version of the Doctor Who theme tune at the end.

We welcome the fantastic Ellie (a.k.a. TARDIS Monkey) to this episode to join most of the usual crew - Gav, Giles and Richard.

After Ellie has given us a motivational slideshow in the Something Who Bunker, it's time to look at a couple of stories featuring villages that are really cut off from civilisation: Season 8's The Daemon, with the 3rd Doctor and 13th Doctor story Village of the Angels from the most recent Flux series.

This episode features the first half of our discussion and so is only about The Daemons. Look out for the second half, coming soon.

Please like or share our podcast with people who will enjoy it, so we can build our listener base high for happiness. You can rate us directly on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser.com

You can find Ellie on Twitter @tardis_monkey (that's what we did).

Giles' book A History of the Universe in 21 Stars: (and 3 Imposters) can be found in all good bookshops and also here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/History-Universe-21-Stars-Imposters/dp/1787394654/

Gav's book Doctor Who: Dalek Combat Training Manual can be found here (other retailers are available) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1785945327/

Also find his excellent YouTube series Terry Nation Army here: https://youtube.com/user/Dalek6388. And they've started a new podcast here: https://dalek6388.podbean.com/ which you should definitely listen to, once you've heard this.

Richard's other podcast is called "If It's Hurting, It's not Working" and it's a fun and informative look at work - why we work, how we work, and what makes a great job. And also what makes a great workplace, how to turn things round when we're not enjoying our work and, in the end, how we can all make our work better. Go to https://ifhurtnotwork.podbean.com/ and https://ifhurtnot.work for more. Episode 7 is a look at how we can improve our mental health at work and you can hear a trailer at the end of this episode.

The opening music is Three Guitars Mood 2 and, yes, that is Richard playing the ukulele and kazoo on possibly the worst ever version of the Doctor Who theme tune at the end.

It's the second half of our pirate special looking at a couple of stories: Season 6's The Space Pirates, featuring the 2nd Doctor and 10th Doctor story Curse of the Black Spot from Series 6.

We welcome Tim to this episode to join his Missing Episodes podcast co-host Paul, plus Gav, Giles and Richard.

This episode features the end of our discussion about The Space Pirates, then is mostly about Curse of the Black Spot.

Please like or share our podcast with people who will enjoy it, so we can build our listener base high for happiness. You can rate us directly on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser.com

The Missing Episodes podcast can be found at: https://missingepisodes.podbean.com/

Giles' book A History of the Universe in 21 Stars: (and 3 Imposters) can be found in all good bookshops and also here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/History-Universe-21-Stars-Imposters/dp/1787394654/

Gav's book Doctor Who: Dalek Combat Training Manual can be found here (other retailers are available) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1785945327/

Also find his excellent YouTube series Terry Nation Army here: https://youtube.com/user/Dalek6388. And they've started a new podcast here: https://dalek6388.podbean.com/ which you should definitely listen to, once you've heard this.

And head over to https://www.bigfinish.com/, where we all love Paul's stories, especially for the Doctor Who and Jago and Litefoot ranges.

Richard's other podcast is called "If It's Hurting, It's not Working" and it's a fun and informative look at work - why we work, how we work, and what makes a great job. And also what makes a great workplace, how to turn things round when we're not enjoying our work and, in the end, how we can all make our work better. Go to https://ifhurtnotwork.podbean.com/ and https://ifhurtnot.work for more. Episode 6 is a chat with CEO Paul Donovan and you can hear a trailer at the end of this episode.

The opening music is Three Guitars Mood 2 and, yes, that is Richard playing the ukulele and kazoo on possibly the worst ever version of the Doctor Who theme tune at the end.

We welcome Tim to this episode to join his Missing Episodes podcast co-host Paul, plus Gav, Giles and Richard.

After Tim and Paul encounter a real old timer out in deep fandom, we settle down to look at a couple of piratical stories: Season 6's The Space Pirates, featuring the 2nd Doctor and 10th Doctor story Curse of the Black Spot from Series 6.

This episode features the first half of our discussion and so is only about The Space Pirates. Look out for the second half, coming soon.

Please like or share our podcast with people who will enjoy it, so we can build our listener base high for happiness. You can rate us directly on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser.com

The Missing Episodes podcast can be found at: https://missingepisodes.podbean.com/

Giles' book A History of the Universe in 21 Stars: (and 3 Imposters) can be found in all good bookshops and also here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/History-Universe-21-Stars-Imposters/dp/1787394654/

Gav's book Doctor Who: Dalek Combat Training Manual can be found here (other retailers are available) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1785945327/

Also find his excellent YouTube series Terry Nation Army here: https://youtube.com/user/Dalek6388. And they've started a new podcast here: https://dalek6388.podbean.com/ which you should definitely listen to, once you've heard this.

And head over to https://www.bigfinish.com/, where we all love Paul's stories, especially for the Doctor Who and Jago and Litefoot ranges.

Richard's other podcast is called "If It's Hurting, It's not Working" and it's a fun and informative look at work - why we work, how we work, and what makes a great job. And also what makes a great workplace, how to turn things round when we're not enjoying our work and, in the end, how we can all make our work better. Go to https://ifhurtnotwork.podbean.com/ and https://ifhurtnot.work for more. Episode 5 is all about New Year and you can hear a trailer at the end of this episode.

The opening music is Three Guitars Mood 2 and, yes, that is Richard playing the ukulele and kazoo on possibly the worst ever version of the Doctor Who theme tune at the end.

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