Listen to’s Doctor Who podcast: Praxeus review

Talking plot holes, new companions, and lingering questions **CONTAINS SPOILERS**

Jodie Whittaker in Doctor Who: Praxeus (BBC)

Doctor Who took a break from its series arc this week (Who is the new Doctor? What is the Timeless Child? What does the Lone Cyberman want?) to give us a standalone story. But was Praxeus a winner, or was it just… disposable? Find out in the latest weekly Doctor Who review podcast from!


Huw Fullerton and Patrick Cremona discuss series 12, episode six, taking a look at plot holes, prospective new companions, what could come next and a few lingering questions, including…

Why didn’t anyone talk about Jo Martin’s new Doctor? How did Adam (Matthew McNulty) text Jake (Warren Brown)? And what happened to Aramu (Thapelo Maropefela)?

For more on Praxeus, be sure to read the ten biggest questions we had after watching the episode.

Doctor Who continues on BBC One next Sunday at 7:10pm, with Chris Chibnall teaming with new writer Charlene James (A Discovery of Witches) for the unusually-titled episode ‘Can You Hear Me?’, directed by Emma Sullivan.


From ancient Syria to present-day Sheffield and out into the wilds of space, something is stalking the Doctor and her friends…

As Graham, Yaz and Ryan return home to see friends and family, they find themselves haunted by very different experiences. Who is the figure calling from beyond the stars for help, and why? And what are the fearsome Chagaskas terrorising Aleppo in 1380?


To find the answers, Team TARDIS must embark on a mission which forces them to face their darkest fears.