Michael Moorcock the British anarchist science fiction writer who gave us inter alia Elric of Melniboné, Jerry Cornelius, and Colonel Pyat has just written a Doctor Who novel.
From the press releases references to Captain Cornelius, Miggea and the Arrow of Law, it seems clear that Moorcock intends to incorporate aspects of the multiverse mythology that runs through virtually all his novels; so this really is a multiverse/whoniverse crossover.
Another point of connection: Miggea, a planet in the new novel, is elsewhere in Moorcocks writings a Goddess of Law dedicated to imposing a rigid, sterile vision of order and intended in part as a parody of Margaret Thatcher. As it happens, theres also a Doctor Who villain Helen A of The Happiness Patrol who is said to be a Thatcher parody.
How the new books space travel theme is to be reconciled with Moorcocks recent remark that the moment a spaceship turns up, youve lost me is just one of the many mysteries of time and space that bedevil those who dare to steer their TARDISes along the Moonbeam Roads.