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Time Heals
Time Heals cover
Main character(s): Emily Chaudhry, Robert Dalton
Featuring: The Brigadier, Will Hoffman, Francis Currie
Main enemy: ICIS
Main setting: England, the 2000s
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Iain McLaughlin & Claire Bartlett
Director: Jason Haigh-Ellery
Music: David Darlington
Sound: David Darlington
Cover by: Red Ink
Release details
Release number: 1
Release date: December 2004
Format: 1 episode on 1 CD
Production code: BFPUNITCD01
ISBN 1-84435-092-4
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Time Heals was the second story in the Big Finish UNIT audio series. It was written by Iain McLaughlin and Claire Bartlett.

Publisher's summary Edit

The UK branch of UNIT is under threat. The Government wants its own military investigative organisation, one under its sole control. The public want answers to the strange things that have been happening recently.

When the division's commanding officer goes missing whilst transporting a dangerous cargo, Colonel Emily Chaudhry, UNIT's political officer, is thrown in at the deep end. Things are not helped when a series of accidents show a bizarre pattern.

The Brigadier, meanwhile, is trying to enjoy his retirement — but it seems it is time again for him to come to the rescue.

Plot Edit

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Cast Edit

References Edit


  • UNIT has a higher mortality rate than the British Army.
  • Dalton has been involved in a British Army operation in Syria.
  • Hoffman has served two tours in Rwanda and a tour in Chechnya.
  • The Brigadier thinks his wife would disapprove of his involvement with UNIT.

Terrorism Edit

  • Francis Currie speculates that the incident with the train may be an Islamic terror attack.

Science Edit

  • Bernard thinks Meade could become as well known as Einstein, Newton and Brunel if his experiment goes successfully.
  • Bernard says that Albert Einstein was able to 'pull' Marilyn Monroe.
  • Bernard does not want other countries to respond to their discoveries as they did to the H-Bomb.

Pop Culture Edit

  • Bernard compares the matter transportation experiments to Star Trek.
  • Dalton compares the corpse to Mickey Mouse.

Notes Edit

  • This audio drama was recorded on 7 August 2004.
  • The idea of a train transported through time with its passengers all dead would be explored again in the audio story Time Tunnel.

Continuity Edit

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