With over ten years experience, Fantom
Publishing has released a vast number of biographical and
cult television related titles in both print and audio. Together
with organising over 100 Doctor Who events and celebrity
signings this gives Fantom the unique position to bring
together cast and crew of various television episodes under a
new series of commentaries entitled Who Talks.
All commentaries are released independently
of the BBC and do not feature any copyrighted material. Released
on CD and Download these audios are designed to be played
alongside the official BBC release.
Who Talk is moderated by Toby
Toby is an actor, writer and stand-up comedian. He is the
resident MC at the multi award winning XS Malarkey, and hosts
regular nights at the 99 Club Leicester Square and the
Manchester Comedy Store. His one man show Moths Ate My Doctor
Who Scarf won plaudits at the Edinburgh Fringe, toured the
UK and internationally and spawned a Sony Nominated radio
series. It was last performed with its equally acclaimed sequel,
My Stepson Stole My Sonic Screwdriver, at the Garrick
Theatre in London's West End where both were recorded for DVD.
His television appearances include Phoenix Nights, The
Forsyte Saga, Holby City, Casualty 1907, and many more,
whilst on stage he has worked at the Royal Exchange Theatre,
Manchester, the Duke's Theatre, Lancaster, and the Ludlow
He is a prolific voice artist and radio actor, and has written
plays for Radio 4 - the latest of these, The Dad Who Fell To
Earth, was a finalist for Best Comedy in the BBC Audio Drama
Awards. He has moderated commentaries for many of the Doctor Who
DVD range as well as for certain BFI releases, and has written
for The Guardian, The Independent, Doctor Who Magazine and SFX.
The second volume of the book series Running Through
Corridors, a chronological celebration of Doctor Who
co-written with Robert Shearman, is out in December 2016 and his
Who's Round podcast (for which he has interviewed
hundreds of people who have worked on Doctor Who including
Russell T Davies, Waris Hussein and nearly all of the Voord)
will probably only end when he dies.