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You may wish to consult Emancipation (disambiguation) for other, similarly-named pages.

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[]

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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