Welcome to the Doctor’s section. Click below links, for each Doctor bio.

First Doctor – William Hartnell

Second Doctor – Patrick Troughton

Third Doctor – Jon Pertwee

Fourth Doctor – Tom Baker

Fifth Doctor – Peter Davison

Sixth Doctor – Colin Baker

Seventh Doctor – Sylvester McCoy

Eighth Doctor – Paul McGann

Between 1963, 1989 and 1996 – there were 8 incarnations of the Timelord, whose real name was unknown but who prefered to go by the alias of “The Doctor”.

What we know of the Doctor from childhood is vague. The Doctor attended an academy from a young age, (along with the Master) and was tutored by an old mystic man who lived in the Gallifreyan mountains. At some point, the Doctor fathered children and became a Grandad – by the end of the first incarnation.

The Doctor’s lifespan was 12 regenerations (13 seperate incarnations) and the Timelord has used his ability frequently to regenerate, as a way to beat death.

Each incarnation is markedly different in appearance, attitude and age but all share the same collective knowledge and historical heritage. Each incarnation has different skills and passions, when compared.

The Doctor’s physiology is different; two hearts beating insode the Timelord’s chest.

The Doctor can also survive in Space without oxygen for 6 minutes by means of entering a trance-like state.

The Doctor renounced the Timelord lifestyle and went on the run, in a rickety old “type 40” Tardis which is forever permanently stuck in the shape of a Police Box, due to the chameleon circuit having broken; which allowed the box to blend into any environment by changing into any shape.

The Doctor’s first sojourn was to Earth, to hide the powerful Timelord super weapon; The Hand Of Omega – to prevent it falling into alien hands.

The Doctor initially travelled with grand-daughter Susan; but has since had a plethora of diverse companions – and even robots as companions.