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The 51st century of the Anno Domini dating system was defined as the period from 5001 to 5100.

Serials and episodes[]

  • Tardisodes: "Tardisode 4"
  • Doctor Who:
    • "The Girl in the Fireplace" (in part)
    • "Silence in the Library"
    • "Forest of the Dead"
    • "The Name of the Doctor" (in part)
  • Torchwood:
    • "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang" (in part)
    • "Adam" (in part)
    • "Exit Wounds" (in part)


  • (DW: "The Talons of Weng-Chiang")
  • (DW: "The Doctor Dances")
  • (DW: "The Girl in the Fireplace")
  • (DW: "Silence in the Library", "Forest of the Dead")
    • (DW: "The Name of the Doctor")
  • 5094 - Jack Harkness is voted Rear of the Year. (TOR: "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang")
  • At the end of this century, a Weeping Angel is pulled from the ruins of Razbahan. The Angel enters private ownership. (DW: "The Time of Angels")


  • The setting of "The Time of Angels"/"Flesh and Stone" is given by the Doctor as the 51st century. This contradicts the dating of scenes in the chronologically earlier "The Pandorica Opens" and "Let's Kill Hitler", which are dated as 5145 and 5123 respectively.