The Doctor Who Prom on Saturday night took fans on a journey back in time to celebrate the TV show's 50th anniversary.
The concert at the Royal Albert Hall featured surprise appearances from fifth Doctor Peter Davison and Carole Ann Ford, who played ...
R.I.P. Mary Tamm, Doctor Whoâ€™s Romana: 1950â€“2012
The Doctor has had many companions over the years, but he only ever traveled with one other Time Lord: Romanadvoratrelundar (Romana for short)
Mary Tamm, the actress who created the role, died today in London at the age of 62.
Although she was only ...
The Time Lords are an ancient extraterrestrial species in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, of which the series' title character protagonist, the Doctor, is a member. Time Lords are so named for their command of time travel technology and their non-linear perception of time. Originally they were described as a powerful and wise race from the planet Gallifrey, from which the Doctor was a renegade; details beyond this were very limited for the first decade of the series. They later became integral to many episodes and stories as their role in the universe developed. For the first eight years after the series resumed in 2005, the Time Lords were said to have been destroyed during the Last Great Time War at some point between the original series' cancellation in 1989 and the show's revival. In 2013, the 50th anniversary special "The Day of the Doctor" concerned this supposed destruction and their eventual survival.