Emancipation was the first audio story in the anthology The Eighth of March. It was written by Lisa McMullin and featured Alex Kingston as River Song and Louise Jameson as Leela.
Publisher's summary Edit
When River Song crashes a Galactic Heritage convention, posing as the wrong Time Lord, Leela is sent by Gallifrey to investigate.
But before the canapés are cold and the champagne becomes warm, they find themselves embroiled in a royal kidnapping.
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- An old friend shared by both women told River good things about Leela.
- River tells Leela she doesn't exactly want the CIA "breathing down her neck", again.
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- River previously pretended to be Romana in AUDIO: Someone I Once Knew.
- River created a thought scanner from Morok technology. (TV: The Space Museum)
- River mentions that Leela is from the Sevateem, (TV: The Face of Evil, et al.) and that she lived on Gallifrey after battling Sontarans. (TV: The Invasion of Time, AUDIO: Weapon of Choice, et al.)
- River pilots Leela's borrowed TARDIS and uses her vortex manipulator. (TV: The Time of Angels, The Pandorica Opens, et al.)
- River opens Leela's TARDIS' doors with a snap of her fingers (TV: Forest of the Dead)
- River describes what it is like to live in the shadows, to be trained to destroy a god. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War, The Impossible Astronaut, AUDIO: The Furies, et. al)
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