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Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a gathering-up of Gallifreyan gubbins from across a week’s worth of the internet.

And we begin this week with a moment of appreciation for one man’s single-minded devotion to the TARDIS. As regular Who’s Day readers will know, quite a few Whovians have the skills required to knock up a police box, whether as a shed, or a cake, or the front of their wardrobe.

However, YouTuber The Todd deserves a round of applause, as he has spent over a year creating a TARDIS in his back garden that contains a console that actually serves as a serviceable work desk, complete with hidden keyboard, DVD-drive (and what looks like some 8-track cartridges), screen, and flux capacitor.

Take a look, but be warned, it may make you look at your own workstation with a heavy sigh:

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

• Someone’s been making Easter eggs, but who could it be?

• This is lovely. As part of the preparation for his role in The A Word, playing a grandfather of a child with autism, Christopher Eccleston has an emotional discussion with Gerard Groves, an autistic filmmaker and confirmed Whovian:

• The Second Doctor:

Doctor Who: The Fan Show has a guest presenter for its Mexico special. Say hello to Bully:

• The Weeping Angels have taken over LEGO Dimensions:

The Weeping Angels in LEGO Dimensions

The Angels have also taken over LEGO Dimensions! Batman, Gandalf and Wyldstyle – whatever you do… don't blink! #MonsterMonth >>

Posted by Doctor Who on Monday, March 28, 2016

• A Dalek you can ride:

Peter Capaldi says hello to the Diddly Dum podcast:

10 things you may not know about “The Doctor Dances,” in which this happens:

10 Doctor Who DVD Easter eggs you may have missed, including this outrageous pirate impression by David Tennant:

• A Whovian tattoo, in Wonderland:

• This looks like a ton of fun:

Here are some of the abominations you can create with the Doctor Who Comic Creator. Download the free app and show us how gruesome you can get! iTunes >> Play >>

Posted by Doctor Who on Thursday, March 24, 2016

• Three very pleasing tweets from Ingrid Oliver and Chris Addison:

Doctor Who Magazine welcomes the return of the Doctor/Donna:

• Speaking of whom:

• And finally, a tweet from Karen Gillan provokes a reply we can all get behind:


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By Fraser McAlpine