Summary

Your ship is at the bottom of the English Channel, your crew are probably dead, and your nearest source of food is in a Loch six hundred miles away. And the natives are insane. Life isn't looking too promising for a Zygon called Bobby.
Written by Anthony Keetch. Directed by Paul Griggs. Post Production by Ian Knight. Music by Steve Johnson. Produced by Bill Baggs. Nigel Peever (Jethro), Kerry Skinner (Doris), Clive Merrison (Sir Frederick Maltravers), Henry Burge (Demeris), Anthony Keetch (Toby), Deborah Watling (HRH Queen Victoria). Victorian London is not a great place to be if you're a wounded shape-shifting alien.
A full-cast audio drama.
©2001 Anthony Keetch (P)2001 BBV
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3 out of 5 stars
By Highlight on 13-01-15

NOTHING SPECIAL

I do not think this is worth a full credit, half maybe. Nothing special. Not a strong storyline though it does have its little amusements now and again, these are rather thin.

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