This was the fifth audio story to feature this pairing of Doctor and companion. Each episode featured remixes of the Doctor Who theme, a device employed by Big Finish on numerous occasions.
God has sent help from on high to save the sinners of Ibiza. He has sent His angels to save their souls.
Which would be simple enough if these souls didn't include an alien time-traveller working in a bar, a woman who disappeared in 1987, a young man carrying a photograph of a girl he's never met and an Irish girl who doesn't even know who she is anymore.
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- The Doctor - Sylvester McCoy
- Ace - Sophie Aldred
- Tony Blackburn - Himself
- Jude - Matthew Brenher
- Gabriel - Neil Henry
- Gustavo - Carlos Riera
- Liam McShane - David John
- Caitriona Henderson - Anne Bird
- Brian - Daniel Wilson
- Bouncer / Clubber - Jeremy James
- The Doctor fought with Gustavo's father during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939).
- The Doctor knows how to make Sofrit Pages and sangrias.
- Ace was born on 20 August 1970 to Audrey and Harry McShane.
- Gustavo considered returning to mainland Spain but eventually decided against it.
- Liam describes himself as a "Christian sci-fi moppet."
- The Doctor refers to Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini and Francisco Franco and the rise of Fascism in Europe during the 1930s.
- In keeping with the story's Ibiza theme, this audio drama features remixes of the Doctor Who theme for each episode.
- The first draft scripts had individual episode titles: Essential Selection, A Higher State of..., Deeper and Euphoric Breakdown.
- This would be the final audio drama released in the main range to feature the Seventh Doctor and Ace travelling alone until 1963: The Assassination Games in November 2013. The next story, The Harvest, would add Hex as a companion.
- This audio drama was recorded on 20 and 21 April and 12 May 2002 at The Moat Studios.
- Jim Mortimore's score for the story was released, alongside the scores to Dust Breeding and Bang-Bang-a-Boom! , as part of the Music from the Seventh Doctor Audio Adventures release.
- DJ Tony Blackburn's guest role marked the fourth time a celebrity played himself in a Doctor Who production, and the first time it was done in a Big Finish audio story.
- Despite the cover mentioning there being 17 tracks, the Spotify release only has 16.
- This story is placed between Survival and the 1996 TV Movie.
- This story was originally released on CD. It is now available as a download, as well as to stream on Spotify.
- Ace tells Brian that ten years have passed since she left Perivale in 1987. (TV: Dragonfire)
- Ace mentions the recent deaths of Feldwebel Kurtz (AUDIO: Colditz) and Madame Salvadori, who was killed by the Krill on Duchamp 331 during the 26th century. (AUDIO: Dust Breeding) She describes the former as one of the worst things that she has ever seen.
- Ace refers to Fenric (TV: The Curse of Fenric) and her recent visit to Colditz Castle in October 1944. (AUDIO: Colditz)
- Caitriona sees a "man in a golden mask" in Ace's mind. (AUDIO: Dust Breeding)
- Liam mentions the science fiction series Professor X. (PROSE: No Future, Return of the Living Dad)
- Liam refers to the British manned missions to Mars. (TV: The Ambassadors of Death)
- Ace remembers telling the Doctor that the sea made her feel small and insignificant in Maiden's Point in 1943. (TV: The Curse of Fenric)
- The Doctor refers to the deaths of Mike Smith, (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks) Captain Sorin (TV: The Curse of Fenric) and Karra. (TV: Survival)
- The Doctor is initially alarmed when Ace describes the seaweed as "killer" before realising that it was only a figure of speech. (TV: Fury from the Deep)
- Ace refers to the Doctor's previous habit of playing the spoons. (TV: Time and the Rani, The Greatest Show in the Galaxy)
- Caitriona sees the Doctor in the form of the demonic Sandman. (AUDIO: The Sandman)
- During his eighth incarnation, the Doctor would once again fight in the Spanish Civil War in 1936 and 1937. (PROSE: History 101)
- Official The Rapture page at bigfinish.com
- DisContinuity for The Rapture at Tetrapyriarbus - The DisContinuity Guide