I will get around to the usual suspects among crossovers soon, but this one’s close to my heart as Spooks (MI5 to those outside the UK) is my second favourite drama. So, yes, three out of four of these are by me…
Anarchist Sprites by vvj5
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 17,769
Characters: Eighth Doctor, Charley Pollard, Ruth Evershed, Zafar Younis, Harry Pearce, Colin, Macolm Wynn-Jones, Adam Carter, Fiona Carter, Juliet Shaw.
Set mid S4, the Doctor and Charley land up in the middle of an MI5 operation, which turns out to involve a non-terrestrial terrorist group.
Oh, and Daibhid Ceanaideach kindly wrote me a drabble coda that had Jools Siviter of MI6 (Hugh Laurie) in it. Joy!
Another Time by bugiarda
Word Count: 678
Characters: Tenth Doctor, Jo Portman, Zafar Younis
A lovely little vignette for Jo and the Doctor, providing a link between actress Miranda Raison’s two characters (she is both Jo in Spooks and Tallulah in Daleks in Manhattan.) On a train with actual Spooksiness going on.
Defence of the Realm by vvj5
Word count: 3764
Characters: Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, Harry Pearce, Malcolm Wynn-Jones, Juliet Shaw
It seemed obvious to me if to no one else that two defenders of the realm like Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart and Harry Pearce would meet. Set around 5.6 for Harry (so it does contain Spooks spoilers for up to that point.)
I also wrote a This Time Round story in which Tessa invaded the Round, out to cause trouble, with Ruth on her tail. This Time Round is explained here, but it’s all set Outside Reality, so it’s a little crazy. A good knowledge of DW may be needed!
Plot and Loophole – Part One; Part Two; Epilogue by Vicky J (vvj5)
Word Count: 7,938
Characters: Polly, Ben Jackson, Second Doctor, Jamie McCrimmon, Tessa Phillips, Ruth Evershed, Delgado Master, Ainley Master, Movie Master, Eighth Doctor, Fifth Doctor, Tegan, Turlough, Adric, Nyssa (et. al), Francois
Tessa’s out to take over the Round (mostly due to boredom) and Ruth has fun with the regulars trying to stop her. The Masters get their secrets revealed. Warnings for nonsense only, really.