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Running Through Corridors, Volume 1, The 60s: Rob and Toby's Marathon Watch of Doctor Who

Creator: Robert Shearman, Toby Hadoke | 2010-12-14

With this book, Who fans will feel that they're watching along with Shearman (World Fantasy Award winner, Hugo Award nominee and writer on the new Doctor Who) and Hadoke (renowned stage performer for his one-man comedy show, 'Moths Ate My ...

Publisher: Mad Norwegian Pr

About this book
In Running Through Corridors, two Doctor Who lovers of old - Robert Shearman and Toby Hadoke - embark on an epic quest of friendship: spend the 'gap year' of 2009 (when Doctor Who consisted of a handful of specials rather than a full season) re-watching the whole of Who two episodes a day, every day, from the show's start in 1963 and ending with David Tennant's swan song on New Year's, 2010. This three-volume series contains Shearman and Hadoke's diary of that experience - a grand opus of their wry observations about the show, their desire to see the good in every story, and their chronicle of the real-life changes to Who in that year. With this book, Who fans will feel that they're watching along with Shearman (World Fantasy Award winner, Hugo Award nominee and writer on the new Doctor Who) and Hadoke (renowned stage performer for his one-man comedy show, 'Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf') as they make their 'grand journey' through the world's most wonderful and longest-running drama series.


Title list of documents made publicly available

Creator: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Division of Technical Information and Document Control | Technology & Engineering - 1991


Government contracts reporter, laws, regulations, rulings, topically arranged, full explanations, currently supplemented, completely indexed

Creator: Commerce Clearing House, United States | Law - 1998

After the receipt of BAFOs, the Army's Armament, Research, Development and Engineering Center listed Marathon's watches on the applicable QPL. At that time , the contracting officer found Marathon responsible and capable of performing.


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Rush - Marathon ( A Show Of Hands ) - YouTube
Rush performing Marathon (live) from the Show Of Hands show. Recorded in 1988. This song is originally from the "Power Windows" album. BUY THE DVD's & CD'S

New York City Marathon Inspiration video - YouTube
New York City Marathon Inspiration video - YouTube ... runnewyork

Watch Spirit of the Marathon Online | Hulu
Watch Spirit of the Marathon online. ... More full seasons; Ad-free kids shows & movies; Watch on TV & mobile devices

10 places to watch the Chevron Houston Marathon
Interested in checking out this year's Chevron Houston Marathon? Here are some of the best spots from which to watch. Start/finish line: The George R ...


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  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194027 Swiss Made Military Diver's Medium Watch with Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Includes vulcanized rubber strap
    Encapsulated Tritium (Isotope H3) light sources are used at each hour position on dial and on the minute and hour hands; Register indexes & hands and bezel triangle use MaraGlo paint for low-light viewing
    Medium size for comfort and style
    Swiss made authentic military watch
    Easy-set date function


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194006 Swiss Made Military Diver's Automatic Watch with Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Rating (17 reviews):
    (4.7/5)
    MARATHON

    Holds up well

    I was issued this watch by the USMC in July, 2006 (watch built in April, 2006) so I've had it for 8 years now. Since then, I have taken this watch to 5 continents, multiple tours in 2 combat zones and put it through hell in training and operations. This watch has held up better than any I have ever owned, including Timex digital watches, Citizens, Rolexes, Bulova's and Wegner's (the Swiss Army guys). Because I got it for free, I felt no obligation to take care of it or baby it. Without a doubt this is the most durable timepiece I have seen, and I see a lot of different watches get put through the grinder in my community. Salt water, altitude, cold weather, dirt, dust, sand, mud….. you name it. Wipe it clean and keep on moving. I haven't had it serviced yet (I should, I know) and it seems to be ticking along just fine.I only have two dings on this watch that have brought me down to 4 stars (I'd give it 4.5 if I could) after 8 years. First, the power reserve is only... 4/5 Ryan Brummond - See all my reviews This review is from: MARATHON WW194006 Swiss Made Military Diver's Automatic Watch with Tritium (Watch) I was issued this watch by the USMC in July, 2006 (watch built in April, 2006) so I've had it for 8 years now. Since then, I have taken this watch to 5 continents, multiple tours in 2 combat zones and put it through hell in training and operations. This watch has held up better than any I have ever owned, including Timex digital watches, Citizens, Rolexes, Bulova's and Wegner's (the Swiss Army guys). Because I got it for free, I felt no obligation to take care of it or baby it. Without a doubt this is the most durable timepiece I have seen, and I see a lot of different watches get put through the grinder in my community. Salt water, altitude, cold weather, dirt, dust, sand, mud….. you name it. Wipe it clean and keep on moving. I haven't had it serviced yet (I should, I know) and it seems to be ticking along just fine.I only have two dings on this watch that have brought me down to 4 stars (I'd give it 4.5 if I could) after 8 years. First, the power reserve is only... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 19, 2014

    Excellent Watch

    0 5/5 Randoodle - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: MARATHON WW194006 Swiss Made Military Diver's Automatic Watch with Tritium (Watch) I've been eyeing this watch for a little bit now. I finally ponied up the $$ for it. It is a little smaller than I'm used to but I've already gotten acclimated to the size. A very heavy watch with excellent build quality. I work in an aerospace machine shop so I know about high quality and tight tolerances. This watch has both. It is definitely an understated watch that will only catch the eye of like minded individuals who value the same type of watch. It is definitely expensive but I couldn't be happier with my purchase. I also bought the stainless steel bracelet and swapped out the rubber straps. Not necessary but I prefer it and think it changes the presence of the watch. I like it a lot and can see why these watches are so coveted. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 4, 2012

    Great watch

    As a first responder, I experienced the battery in my watch fail while out on a call, so, lesson learned, I started searching for a rugged mechanical watch at or under $1,000. After lots of internet research I narrowed the field to Marathon, Victorinox, and Hamilton. Although ultimately it was a tough call between Victorinox and Marathon, I chose Marathon 80% on price point, and 20% on aesthetics - I just liked the Marathon looks a little better. I have no regrets. For my smallish wrist, this watch sit nicely - not too big, not too small. The dial is easy to read at a glance, including the second hand sweep. As my eyes get older, those watches with a tiny sub-dial for seconds don't work for me. I like the second hand sweep, and protection around the screw-down crown, and the military time numbers printed on the face of the dial. The elapsed time ring is crisp with no play between clicks, unlike some more expensive watches I've read complaints about. I've had the watch about a... 5/5 Michael J. Hartmann - See all my reviews This review is from: MARATHON WW194006 Swiss Made Military Diver's Automatic Watch with Tritium (Watch) As a first responder, I experienced the battery in my watch fail while out on a call, so, lesson learned, I started searching for a rugged mechanical watch at or under $1,000. After lots of internet research I narrowed the field to Marathon, Victorinox, and Hamilton. Although ultimately it was a tough call between Victorinox and Marathon, I chose Marathon 80% on price point, and 20% on aesthetics - I just liked the Marathon looks a little better. I have no regrets. For my smallish wrist, this watch sit nicely - not too big, not too small. The dial is easy to read at a glance, including the second hand sweep. As my eyes get older, those watches with a tiny sub-dial for seconds don't work for me. I like the second hand sweep, and protection around the screw-down crown, and the military time numbers printed on the face of the dial. The elapsed time ring is crisp with no play between clicks, unlike some more expensive watches I've read complaints about. I've had the watch about a... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 23, 2013
    Encapsulated tritium (Isotope H3) light sources are at each hour position on dial and on all hands.
    Made in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland.
    Includes vulcanized black rubber strap (20mm) (Part # WW005006)
    Bezel triangle uses MaraGloTM paint for low-light viewing. Easy-set date function.
    Commonly known as the GSAR "Government Search and Rescue". Intended use: Dive, search and rescue.


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194007 Swiss Made Military Diver's Watch with Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Easy-set date function
    Commonly known as the TSAR "Tritium Search & Rescue"
    Includes vulcanized rubber strap
    Swiss made authentic military watch
    Encapsulated Tritium (Isotope H3) light sources are used at each hour position on dial and on the minute and hour hands; Register indexes & hands and bezel triangle use MaraGlo paint for low-light viewing


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194013 Swiss Made Military Navigator Watch with Date and Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Encapsulated tritium for low light settings
    Fibershell high impact case with stainless steel back
    Swiss made authentic military watch
    Intended for pilot/parachute law enforcement as supplied to U.S. government
    High torque quartz with EOL (end of life indicator for battery)


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194001 Swiss Made Military Navigator Pilot's Watch with Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    MARATHON

    Tough Watch

    0 4/5 lokmup2 - See all my reviews This review is from: MARATHON WW194001 Swiss Made Military Navigator Pilot's Watch with Tritium (Watch) I received this watch while fighting in Iraq in 2004, it is now 2013 and I have not even replaced the battery yet. I still use this watch in law enforcement. This product has been around the world many times and I have countlessly adjusted the time to where I was stationed at, and the gears are as solid as the day I was issued it; the large, sturdy band is a big plus to, I am 6'2", 250 lbs and this band will go over my cold weather clothing. It gets four stars only because this model does not have the date. Cannot go wrong with this product. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 4, 2013
    Fibershell high impact case with stainless steel back
    Intended for pilot/parachute law enforcement as supplied to U.S. government
    High torque quartz with EOL (end of life indicator for battery)
    Encapsulated tritium for low light settings
    Swiss made authentic military watch


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194018 Swiss Made Military Jumbo Diver's LGP JSAR Watch with MaraGlo

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Swiss made authentic military watch
    Includes vulcanized rubber strap
    MaraGlow paint for low light viewing
    High torque quartz with EOL (end of life indicator for battery)
    Commonly known as the JSAR "Jumbo Search & Rescue"


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194009SG Swiss Made Military Field Army Watch with MaraGlo

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Swiss made authentic military watch
    MaraGlow technology for low light viewing
    Fibershell high impact case with stainless steel back
    Indended for field army services as supplied to U.S. government
    High torque quartz with EOL (end of life indicator for battery)


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194015 Swiss Made Military Field Army Watch with Date and Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Rating (8 reviews):
    (2.8/5)
    MARATHON

    Terrible workmanship

    0 1/5 McQ - See all my reviews This review is from: MARATHON WW194015 Swiss Made Military Field Army Watch with Date and Tritium (Watch) My wife gave me this watch for Father's Day (16 June 2013). Today (21 Sep 13), the marker at the 9 o'clock position came completely unglued. Watch didn't last four months. Could not be more disappointed with a "mil spec" watch. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 20, 2013

    OUTSTANDING accuracy! (Just protect the crystal)

    Got one around 2007, I'm still wearing it as I type this. I think I've put maybe two or three batteries in it, but battery replacement's a breeze. It has a pliable battery cover, so no need for spanner wrenches, jackhammers & air compressor to open the case. The accuracy is uncanny, especially for an analog watch. I've synchronized it with GPS, stratum 1 clocks, etc and I've never seen it off more than a second with a good battery. I understand they have a Swiss movement, which would go a long way to explain the performance. Also search for other marathon watches, they get extremely high marks, and for good reason.The tritium's still bright after 5 years, the crown's worn down but the case held up perfectly. No leaks or failures of any kind, just an occasional battery. If it ever dies or it's lost, it gets a state funeral. And I immediately run out & get another Marathon watch. Maybe the model with the bezel ring...but definitely with the date display. Oh, it doesn't have... 5/5 Richard Davis "richardavis2000@yahoo.com" (Pennsylvania) - See all my reviews This review is from: MARATHON WW194015 Swiss Made Military Field Army Watch with Date and Tritium (Watch) Got one around 2007, I'm still wearing it as I type this. I think I've put maybe two or three batteries in it, but battery replacement's a breeze. It has a pliable battery cover, so no need for spanner wrenches, jackhammers & air compressor to open the case. The accuracy is uncanny, especially for an analog watch. I've synchronized it with GPS, stratum 1 clocks, etc and I've never seen it off more than a second with a good battery. I understand they have a Swiss movement, which would go a long way to explain the performance. Also search for other marathon watches, they get extremely high marks, and for good reason.The tritium's still bright after 5 years, the crown's worn down but the case held up perfectly. No leaks or failures of any kind, just an occasional battery. If it ever dies or it's lost, it gets a state funeral. And I immediately run out & get another Marathon watch. Maybe the model with the bezel ring...but definitely with the date display. Oh, it doesn't have... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 2, 2013

    Can't trust this watch.

    I've had this watch for a couple of years, but wore it sparingly during that time.I liked its smaller size - personally I think most men's watches these days are on the large side, easily caught on various things when you're working. And it's very lightweight, comfortable on the arm. The dial is easy to read in all lighting conditions and the tritium light tubes very bright compared to some other watches I've had. The included band is just barely big enough for my wrist but that was OK with me.That's the good; now the bad. Worst is the plastic watch "crystal" which is *very* easily scratched and, due to its shape, simply not replaceable by anything more durable. I'll get back to this in a minute. Also, the quality of assembly is lacking. After a few weeks of wear, I found two of the tritium light tubes floating around inside the watch face. I took it to two local watch repair shops - both said they wouldn't touch it. I wrote to Marathon and they... 2/5 Bryan Lockwood (Monroe, WA, USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: MARATHON WW194015 Swiss Made Military Field Army Watch with Date and Tritium (Watch) I've had this watch for a couple of years, but wore it sparingly during that time.I liked its smaller size - personally I think most men's watches these days are on the large side, easily caught on various things when you're working. And it's very lightweight, comfortable on the arm. The dial is easy to read in all lighting conditions and the tritium light tubes very bright compared to some other watches I've had. The included band is just barely big enough for my wrist but that was OK with me.That's the good; now the bad. Worst is the plastic watch "crystal" which is *very* easily scratched and, due to its shape, simply not replaceable by anything more durable. I'll get back to this in a minute. Also, the quality of assembly is lacking. After a few weeks of wear, I found two of the tritium light tubes floating around inside the watch face. I took it to two local watch repair shops - both said they wouldn't touch it. I wrote to Marathon and they... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 2, 2014
    Indended for field army services as supplied to U.S. government
    Fibershell high impact case with stainless steel back
    Swiss made authentic military watch
    High torque quartz with EOL (end of life indicator for battery)
    Encapsulated tritium for low light settings


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194021 Swiss Made Military Bilingual Diver's Automatic Calendar Black Watch with Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Displays day & date
    Commonly known as the JDD "Jumbo Day & Date"
    Large dial with large numbers for visibility
    Encapsulated Tritium (Isotope H3) light sources are used at each hour position on dial and on the minute and hour hands; Register indexes & hands and bezel triangle use MaraGlo paint for low-light viewing
    Swiss made authentic military watch


  • Timex

    Timex Full-Size T5K639 Marathon GPS Watch

    Sports (Timex)
    List Price: $125.00
    Price: $79.00
    You Save: $46.00 (37%)

    30-workout memory with 100 laps per workout; eight-hour battery life in GPS mode and rechargeable lithium-ion battery with cable
    Manage splits without touching a button, and use five alarms for in-workout reminders
    Includes limited one-year manufacturer's warranty
    Lets athletes of any skill level monitor speed, distance, and energy expended; utilizes advanced GPS technology powered by SiRFstarIV
    GPS training device and watch lets you track workouts with surprisingly advanced features at an affordable price point


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