Episode 75: It’s All About Him

Well… it’ll just go on and on and on and on, because it’s part of our television, isn’t it? Why should it stop, there’s no evidence… everyone’s been very successful in it.

Tom's gone, so it's time for another retrospective episode, ably compered by Sir Todd Beilby. Who will we snog, marry and avoid this time?

Fans of Tom Baker will enjoy his 1997 biography Who on Earth is Tom Baker? (Amazon US) (Amazon UK)

Pearl Mackie is introduced as Peter Capaldi's new companion when she faces the Daleks in this introductory video.

The Robots of Death do return, in the Kaldor City audios and in Robophobia, a Big Finish audio starring Sylvester McCoy as the Doctor.

Tom's Doctor makes his comic debut in 1975, in the TV Comic strip Death Flower.

Chris Boucher's terrible (but highly absorbent) BBC Books include Last Man Running and Corpse Marker.

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Doctor Who in 10 Seconds

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Bondfinger

While you wait for our slightly delayed commentary on The Man with the Golden Gun, why not listen to our other commenary tracks, starting with Dr. No and going all the way to Live and Let Die? You can find these commentaries on our website, and you can keep up with all the Bondfinger news on Twitter and Facebook.