We look back on the Capitol 6 convention via a vaguely Eurovision theme before presenting our interview with Gary Russell and Phil Ford.

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(00:03:23) Here’s Hannah Waddingham being sublime at the Eurovision Song Contest final and explaining our segueing into la Francais.

(00:04:25) “Ted Lasso” is an American sports comedy drama television series following an American college football coach who is hired to coach an English soccer team with the secret intention that his inexperience will lead it to failure, but whose folksy, optimistic leadership proves unexpectedly successful.

(00:05:54) The trailer for the Doctor Who 60th anniversary specials can be seen here.

(00:10:20) Catherine Tate reads out the UK jury results on the Eurovision Song Contest final.

(00:19:20) “Stop getting Bond wrong” comes from “I’m Alan Partridge”.

(00:23:47) “Brit Sci-Fi” will be a celebration of iconic science fiction films, TV programmes, books, comics, games and art.

(00:26:16) Hayden’s 2 year old son, William, sees Colin Baker’s 7th Doctor in Mr Tumble.

(00:32:45) On May 8 2006, BBC News 24 wanted to interview technology journalist Guy Kewney about the Apple Corps v Apple Computer legal dispute. By mistake, they interviewed Guy Goma, a Congolese-French business studies graduate from the Republic of the Congo, who came to the BBC for a job interview as a data cleanser. The incident became one of the most known bloopers at the BBC.

(00:32:57) Hayden was interviewed by the BBC for his thoughts on Matt Smith’s departure from the BBC.

(00:36:48) “Tom’s Refurbishments” can be found here.

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