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Aside from a dodgy Scottish burr for her reading of The Doctor, and an inexplicable decision to give the character of Pex an insipid transatlantic accent, Bonnie Langford really brings this story to life, with her trademark stage-school enthusiasm reined-in and just the right mix of irony and playing it straight. This is yet another example of Eighties Doctor Who that works much better as an audio reading, and reminds us that poorly realised effects and dodgy costumes aside, Sylvester McCoy's tenure as the enigmatic Time Lord was overall a well-written and inspired one.
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4.5 out of 5 stars