About British Invaders

The British Invaders podcast features a lively two-person exchange about different television series, tele-films and mini-series. These discussions serve as both an introduction and an entertaining conversation, catering to both those who have seen and those who have yet to see these British science fiction and fantasy shows. Each show is presented in two parts, with new episodes appearing every two weeks. British Invaders covers everything from story-lines to production details to spinoff material. Past topics have included Doctor Who, Sapphire and Steel, Red Dwarf, Day of the Triffids, Jekyll, Robin of Sherwood, and many more.

With topics that range from the captivatingly odd to the addictively entertaining, join hosts Eamonn Clarke and Brian Doob as they discuss British science fiction and related genres. Reach them directly at britishinvaders@gmail.com.


Brian Doob lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He works as a software developer for the Government of Canada. He enjoys singing in choirs and working with computers. He has been watching British Science Fiction Television since the 1980s and insists that the Andromedans should have been the Daleks.

Eamonn Clarke is a doctor living and working in Cambridgeshire, England. He was raised on a diet of Thunderbirds and Doctor Who, and still has his membership card from the Spectrum reserve. In his spare time, he tries to convince people that Captain Jack Harkness is really Captain Scarlet and keeps watching the skies waiting for his call-up from Cloudbase. Eamonn joined British Invaders in episode 12.

Former Host

Xander TA lives in Surrey, England. Xander works as an applied physicist. He enjoys playing tabletop role-playing games and board games, as well as console and computer games. Xander is a fan of science fiction books, films and TV and has been watching British Science Fiction Television since the 1970s. Xander left British Invaders after Episode 11.

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