Noël Coward was an English playwright, singer and songwriter during the 19th and 20th centuries.
He was born in 1899. (PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy)
The lounge singer Brenda Soobie gave him pinking shears capable of cutting through the Fabric of Time and Space. He was deceived into aiding the sadistic Poodle Princess Margaret gain the throne on dogworld. After that mistake he shut the door on a woman with a hat full of kittens when she told him a story about political turmoil on Pussyworld.
Due to his status as a time traveller, he knew in advance that he would die in 1973. (PROSE: Mad Dogs and Englishmen)
The First Doctor and Susan Foreman once met Coward. (AUDIO: The Sleeping City)
The Fourth Doctor described Coward to his companion Leela as "a brave man who said all sorts of things that society did not want to hear." (AUDIO: The Wrath of the Iceni)
In 1968, he performed at the Palace Theatre live on Those Were the Days. (AUDIO: The Final Act)
In 1969, he lived in the Savoy Hotel in London. That year, James Stevens covered his 70th birthday for the Daily Chronicle. (PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy)
Iris Wildthyme once held a party in Hobbe's End in 1972 which Noel Coward attended. (PROSE: From Wildthyme with Love)
Coward was one of the individuals that Momus pulled out of time. He mingled with the guests but found the decor diabolical. (PROSE: The Lonely Computer)
He and Oscar Wilde were two people that Professor Whitaker wished that he could meet through the use of his Time Scoop. (PROSE: Doctor Who and the Dinosaur Invasion)
At Bianca's, Heinrich would sometimes do a "bad" Noël Coward impersonation. (AUDIO: The Wormery)
Captain Edwin Turner found a copy of The Diaries of Noël Coward in Pink Gables. (AUDIO: Dark Side)
Behind the scenes Edit
- He was played by David Benson in the BBC sitcom Goodnight, Sweetheart and Guy Siner in an episode of You Rang, M'Lord?.