The series "Jago & Litefoot" is probably one of the best by-products of Doctor Who, if not the best, because it is totally in keeping with both post "The Talons of Weng-Chiang" Doctor Who, and the likely events of the two chief protagonists shortly after that story. Since the previous series Leela is also working with them, and in this series another great moment for fandom occurs, well perhaps even two.
With one story and three box sets before this set, Jago & Litefoot Season Four continues to be fresh, original and very much one of the most worthwhile and rewarding pieces of merchandise. Four stars for stories and originality, but a glowing five stars for existing. Well done Big Finish, but well done to all those who have paved the way to this point; Robert Holmes (The Talons of Weng-Chiang writer) Christopher Benjamin (Jago) and Trevor Baxter (Litefoot).
An absolute must for any "Talons" fan, or obviously any follower of the stories so far. There are plenty of original stories and ideas working around a Victoriana framework. A well-realised Leela character, and Jago and Litefoot themselves as good today as they were back in the 1970s performing what has to be Doctor Who's finest double act.
The Jago & Litefoot might only have a small Doctor Who logo on the front, but it is every bit as good as the majority of Big Finish Doctor Who throughput. Jago and Litefoot feel like the most interesting Victorian sleuth-like characters after Holmes and Watson and are an absolute joy to listen to.