Time Lady

Time lady may refer to:

  • Romana, a female Time Lord in the UK television series Doctor Who
  • The Time Lady, a character in the novel A Tale of Time City
  • Female voice heard on speaking clock
    • UK:
      • Jane Cain
      • Pat Simmons (voice actor)
      • Sara Mendes da Costa
    • U.S.:
      • Jane Barbe
      • Joanne Daniels
      • Pat Fleet
      • Mary Moore (voice actor)

Other articles related to "time":

A Tale Of Time City - Plot Summary
... the station, she is kidnapped by two boys, Jonathan and Sam, and taken to Time City, which exists outside of what we know as History ... Most of the plot takes place in Time City the purpose of which is to oversee the course of history, and ensure that is stays on its "correct" path ... To stop it straying from this path, the Time Police have Observers out in history, tweaking events to make sure that they go the right way ...

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