|Joan of Arc|
|Main aliases:||Saint Joan|
|Place of origin:||Earth|
|First seen in:||The Lonely Computer|
|Other appearances:||AUDIO: The Memory of Winter|
Joan of Arc, also known as Saint Joan, was a French military leader.
Samuel Sands said he had been told that the voices St. Joan heard always came from the side. (PROSE: The Sleep of Reason) The Fifth Doctor speculated that the voices Joan heard were sent by the Daleks. (AUDIO: Renaissance of the Daleks)
The Twelfth Doctor and Clara Oswald met and shared an adventure with Joan. During that encounter, the Doctor told Clara that he previously met Joan, but later in the woman's timeline. (AUDIO: The Memory of Winter).
Upon visiting Venus in the far future, Henry Gordon Jago was ordered to entertain the Grand Empress Vulpina. To that end, he told her the following joke: "What's the difference between Joan of Arc and an old, oak table?" The punchline was "One's Maid of Orleans, the other's made of wood." Vulpina did not understand the joke. (AUDIO: Voyage to Venus)
Behind the scenes Edit
According to The Brilliant Book 2012, a source not to be used for in-universe pages, in an alternate universe where all of history happened at once, Joan hosted the daytime chat series Loose Women with Emily Brontë. (REF: The Brilliant Book 2012)