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Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a meticulously curated collection of Whovian news and fan creativity from the past week in social media and the internet.

And we begin this week with this, the teaser trailer for the BBC’s Christmas TV output, which features a couple of tiny snippets from “Twice Upon a Time,” this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special:

Which has properly inspired fans to think festive thoughts and look forward to Christmas Day. YouTuber VERITASERUMUK has compiled this selection of choice clips from Christmas specials of the past:

And here’s an even jollier collection from Lyndon Coleman:

And should you wish to celebrate the festivities on Twitter, Whovian Christmas emojis are go:

And look, Mark Gatiss and Pearl Mackie are answering cracker questions:

Here’s what else has been going on in space and time this week:

• Tom Baker talks about the joy of being the Fourth Doctor:

• We’re running a vote to find your favorite woman of Doctor Who. Is it Bill Potts? Rose Tyler? Donna Noble?

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Tell us here.

• Explore the TARDIS:

• The Doctor (and the Thunderbirds) are go:

• This picture is amazing:

• As is this:

• The dark side of the Eighth Doctor:

• “The Green Death,” the Third Doctor’s eco-adventure in Wales, gets a teaser trailer:

• 10 toughies about 12:

• When the Doctor met the Doctors:

• Big bargains from Big Finish:

• How Elvis very nearly met the Daleks:

• Amazing work from Pencil Bandit:

• The Massive Television of Doom:

• Thirteen will be proper Yorkshire:

• More astonishing reactions to Thirteen’s colorful costume:

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• Eleven’s era in poster form:

• The Tenth Doctor still relying on Donna:

• And we’ll finish this week with another couple of looks to the future, beyond Christmas, an entirely reimagined Doctor Who credits sequence by Jacks Space:

And then there is this stately affair by Walrus is in the Matrix:

TTFN!

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By Fraser McAlpine