This set offers Tom Baker giving a superb performance of the Doctor, capturing much of his Doctor at his very best. The balance of drama and humour in the scripts is excellent, giving Tom some first class dialogue and enabling him to show that he is capable of giving a top rate portrayal. The two stories, originally planned for the television series but not used, are well written, fun, exciting and entertaining. The guest performances, in particular Louise Brealey, are all very good. Music and sound effects are well chosen, contributing to and end result that is nothing short of a total joy. The Foe From The Future is a full, six part top notch, well acted Tom Baker story, and for anyone who who enjoyed Tom's seven series as the Doctor, in particular the styles around seasons fourteen and fifteen, this story is a pleasure to the ears. The Valley of Death is full of surprises, and Tom seems even better than in Foe, if that were possible. Whilst the first story in the new Big Finish series for the fourth Doctor, as a single disc two-parter isn't very strong (Destination Nerva, well performed but not well written) here it all comes together. Congratulations to everyone who worked on these audio stories, in particular to Louise Jameson for encouraging Tom to record them, and Tom Baker for showing that he can still bring his Doctor vividly to life.