Great story with my favourite TV companion Romana I also features Jago and Litefoot. Tom Baker at his best.
This is just about as brilliant a story as I could ever have wished for. John Dorney delivers a rich, imaginative, action-filled, intelligent script with lots of ingenious and interesting dialogue. The whole production is wonderfully directed, incredibly well paced and manages to keep everyone busy. This is no mean feat, considering it isn't only the Doctor and Romana, but also Jago and Litefoot who need to be incorporated effectively into the plot. In a lesser script it would be quite easy for this constellation of main characters to overshadow the rest of the cast, as well as the actual story. But here the other characters are just as intriguing as the regulars and make for an absolutely brilliant tale. Utterly, utterly perfect.
I have to disagree with the review saying the dialogue is superb. I found this lazily written. Nothing much happens and the script is appalling. I got angrier and angrier listening to it.