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Chronoclasm was the fourth and final story in the audio anthology Jago & Litefoot: Series Three, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by Andy Lane and featured Christopher Benjamin as Henry Gordon Jago and Trevor Baxter as George Litefoot.

Publisher's summary[]

When Litefoot's home is invaded by giant metal spheres, it seems that the end of the world is nigh. The enemy has revealed itself, the end game is afoot — can two Henry Gordon Jagos save the day?

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  • According to Payne, the time period is "1890, give or take a few years." He is from 2000 years in the future.
  • 2011 is a stable point in time.
  • Payne uses time bombs, accelerating centuries in seconds.
  • The Time Eaters were like crabs existing in the event horizon of a black star or sun, feeding off fluctuations in the time gradients, converting time to energy. They want to use a time break to leave the black star and feed on all time.
  • Payne lost his love Cenya during a gravity spike. The Time Eaters later assume her form.
  • Sergeant Quick tells Professor Litefoot that the Metropolitan Police Service is issuing the cover story that the metal spheres are a stunt by a group of Bohemian sculptors.
  • According to Quick, the police have interviewed the Irish author and playwright, Oscar Wilde.
  • As a result of the time breaks, Leela and Jago find a 20th century radio playing a BBC shipping broadcast. They later see a British Spitfire and a German Messerschmitt fighting each other in the sky over 1890s London which had come from the Blitz in the early 1940s.
  • Payne has brought a sabre-toothed tiger to London in the 1890s.
  • The version of Jago from several hours in the future, which is eventually rendered an alternative timeline, is killed by one of Payne's traps.
  • Friendship is rare among the Sevateem. They believe spirits walk the world until a sacrifice is made in their name.
  • Morse code is mentioned.

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