'Hilarity ensues when a time traveler arrives with grim news in the luxury bachelor apartment of TV interviewer, Sopwith Hammil: the Sun is about to be turned off. Sopwith can be saved from Earth's big freeze only if he brings his lawfully wedded spouse. Will the charismatic nitwit find a mate in time?'
Source: Gaia to Galaxy.
Note on history:
Said by some sources to have been an adaptation of Broderick's novel of the same name. However, the publication date of the novel is two years later than the date of the play's broadcast. More research is needed into the relationship between the two works.
Originally broadcast (with byline 'by O'Flaherty Gribbles') on Radio National Stations in October 1986.