"Someone's playing with us. Manipulating time and space for their own ends." The TARDIS lands in London. But which one? The Doctor and Lucie find themselves trapped in a maze of interlocking Londons from Roman times to the present day. But they are not alone in this labyrinth: a killer is on their trail.
This is a strange one for me as I never really ever got into probably wasn’t paying attention enough to the tale but written by Pat Mills I think it deserves a fair shot of the whip with my attention intact
I really enjoyed it this time as a season opener it’s interesting again they split our Duo and there are some interesting set ups of the Time zones-Rupert Van Sittart (slitheen) has such a rich vocal too you do notice McGanns enthusiasm for these stories with Lucie and it was a smart idea than introducing listeners to Charley(much as I love her) too complicated an arc for any new listeners to follow.I think Lucie could have been given more to do in this as McGann gets most of the shots but for the first story of the season it’s a good Doctor Who story and Mills script adaptations do get better and better. As The Scapegoat proves If am honest this is a story that could have been fleshed out by an extra episode exploring the different time zones...but hey cannot have everything.
not as great as The Scapegoat though but a good tale
Not a fan of Scapegoat. I just found it silly.
Oh I really loved it Dark and macabre and the sacrificial lamb theme my listen recently confirmed it even more as a great story with and excellent cast and very strong performances...it’s like Kingmaker then for me lol(that was silly ) 😉😜
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