BBC Audiobooks have confirmed details of their upcoming release of Toby Hadoke’s ‘Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf’ due for release on 30th July 2007.
This autobiographical piece is told along the timeline of Doctor Who history, using smart comedic observations and excerpts from Hadoke’s teenage diaries.
These include how he coped with being bullied, why he never got the girl, and later how being such a fan of Doctor Who helped to actually get the girl and end up with two children that are now the envy of every kid in the playground, all thanks to a geeky obsession.
‘Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf’ is a two-part version of Toby�s successful 2006 Edinburgh show that toured throughout the UK earlier this year.
This BBC 7 production will be broadcast on 20th and 27th July, featuring a cast that includes, amongst others, Louise Jameson (Leela from Doctor Who) as Toby’s mum, James Quinn (from Early Doors) as
The Voice of the BBC and Toby who plays himself and narrates. There’s also a cameo appearance from the sixth Doctor himself, Colin Baker!
Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf will be available from all good bookshops, online at www.bbcshop.com or by BBC Audiobooks direct mail on 0800 136 919