A podcast as ACE as the Seventh Doctor's immortal companion. Join James and Paul as they review Doctor Who episodes both old and new.
Revolution of the Daleks
We’re back, to discuss the New Year’s Day episode starring Jodi Whittaker as the Doctor and Chris Noth as Sir Kier Starmer. Paul and James discuss Captain Jack, the fam, creeping neo-fascism, and whether trying to become a writer yourself makes you less harsh on Chris Chibnall.
We are happy to be back after our latest hiatus. I have photoshopped my new head onto our cover art to celebrate. You can find all our old episodes on acedoctorwhopodcast.com and see us on Twitter @acedrwho. Happy New Year everyone!
S01 E16 - The Haunting of Villa Diodati
Poets, ghosts, and getting struck by lightning at the moment of greatest convenience: James and Paul tackle The Haunting of Villa Diodati. James would like to apologise generally for not being very with it for this episode, and specifically for forgetting everything he ever read about the Romantics and thinking Lake Geneva was in Italy.
S01 E15 - Can You Hear Me?
We're back after a hiatus! Paul and James: lockdown edition discuss Can You Hear Me, goat-sucking bats, mental health, and that Dalek patrolling Robin Hood Bay.
S01 E14 - Tesla, Judoon and Praxeus
A 3-in-1 special as Paul and James discuss Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror, Fugitive of the Judoon, and Praxeus. They have to hurry through, as a Frenchman is due to arrive at Paul's door at any moment.
S01E13 - Orphan 55
The boys discuss Orphan 55, cheap package holidays, the value of allegory, and the difficulty of exploring the inner worlds of guest characters when you also have to give three different companions something to do.
S01E12 - Spyfall
We're back! Paul and James chat Spyfall 1 & 2, Britbox, the value of pastiche, and how Chibnall must have been saving up all his money in a big Scrooge McDuck style vault because the whole thing looked rather slick.
The boys are back!
The hosts of the fantastically unique Cricket and Doctor Who Podcast are back, now more focused but with all same the geeky charm and enthusiasm! Fantastic!