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This week, the whole of the Doctor Who production has been filming in Tenerife, which we will get to in a moment. But before we do, who fancies playing a Gallifreyan round of Where’s Waldo?

Actor Alan Cumming’s Twitter feed has the very thing, from his Broadway production of Cabaret:

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

• The Tenerife trip looks like it was a lot of fun:

Here’s the sneak peek clip:

And a quiet moment for Michelle Gomez and friend:

• Sunday (March 1) was St. David’s Day, the patron saint of Wales, which is where Doctor Who is filmed. Here are five factoids that link the Doctor with Wales.

• Sunday would also have been the 97th birthday of Roger Delgado, the original Master. Here’s a classic clip from the Third Doctor epic “The Claws of Axos,” which serves to prove that, apart from the beard, the Master really hasn’t changed all that much over the years:

• Can you match the Doctor Who character to the quote? It’s harder than it seems.

• Should you be planning a trip to Cardiff to visit some classic Doctor Who locations, Radio Times has some suggestions for a walking tour.

• After last week’s Missy-thon, the Doctor Who site shared their Top 5 Missy moments. And these wonderful artistic responses keep on coming. Like this:

http://horrible-device.tumblr.com/post/112520184811/might-have-overdone-it-with-the-hair

• In case you spent a good portion of the weekend arguing about a certain dress, we bring you THIS:

http://iarielthemermaid.tumblr.com/post/112478183737

• Although this, from the Doctor Who Facebook feed, is hard to top:

Doctor Who, that dress

• 18 actors who have appeared in both Doctor Who and the Harry Potter movies:

• An interview with Ellis George, who played the forthright Courtney Woods in “The Caretaker” and “Kill the Moon”:

• The moment when Arthur Darvill‘s Doctor Who cut-out appeared on the set of Broadchurch, as captured by Charlotte Beaumont, who plays young Chloe Latimer:

And finally, let’s go out with something rather grand. This is James Jarvis‘s musical reaction to Missy. It’s part of a series of Doctor Who-related musical tributes he’s been working on (explore his YouTube channel for more) that could even give Murray Gold a run for his money:

TTFN!

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By Fraser McAlpine