To celebrate Doctor Who's 30th Birthday, they reeled out some old doctor who actor's , an ex producer turned writer, and made ' The Paradise of Death '.
It's is an attempt for a slice of 70's nostalgia.
The Brigadier is called about the suspicious goings on at a new Theme Psrk ' Spaceworld'
While there , Sarah get's kidnapped on a spaceship, and is taken to Parakon ' The Paradise of Death '.
Jon Pertwee saves this performance and makes it listenable, being a highly expirenced radio actor ( I only need to mention the Navy Lark , need I go on ).
Nick Courtney does well.
But my heart goes out to Liz Sladen who had to put up with most cliched of conversations and the most appalling lines in ther whole story.
And for some reason they've thrown some screaming woman of an up and coming reporter , Jeremy , who tags on to Sarah , and has no real use or purpose in the story.
We have two veteran Doctor Who acotrs , Peter Miles ( Genesis of the daleks ) , and the great Maurice Denahm ( Twin Dilema )
Jon P sounds old and some how it just doesn't work.
The first episode is promosing but it just goes downhill ,
a good attempt , and it is worth listening to, just to hear the best doctor's performzance , one of his last, as the doctor.
But it's a damn sight better thatn Ghosts of N-SPace.
See my review for that.