This isn't a story which I will go into do much detail about as, if you are a fan of Doctor Who, this era of the show or Sylvester McCoy, this is 38 minutes of your life you will want to spend listening to this, so I wont spoil it for you. But I will say that Wanisko's script is built around three important characters and that by the end of it, you feel as though you have known them all your life. And there is the discussion of a topic which features in the new series, though it is explained so much better here.
On reading duty is Nicholas Briggs, who adopts a suitable Scottish accent for McCoy's Doctor and gives a bright voice for his companion, Ace. What I really liked was how Wanisko, whether it was an intentional thing or not, uses Ace as a way for the story to breathe. Which it would need too otherwise. Neil Gardener's sound design and direction both help to strengthen an already excellent release. Paul Spragg would be proud!