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Peter Capaldi in full twist as the Doctor (Photo: BBC)

Welcome to the Doctor Who’s Day Roundup, a weeklong trawl through the browser history of the internet for Gallifreyan gubbins and Time Lord trivia.

This week, we begin with a conversation between Peter Capaldi and the British TV presenter Lorraine Kelly from earlier today (March 8), about secrecy, omnishambles, Season 10 and the imagination of Steven Moffat, and in particular, an occupational injury common to people who play the Doctor. Let’s call it Time Lord’s knee:

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

• As well as being Doctor Who’s Day, it’s International Women’s Day, a perfect opportunity to show this picture of all the incredible women who work on the show:

• And maybe tip a hat towards Donna Noble and her indomitable spirit:

Michelle Gomez offers her guide to monsters, via Doctor Who: The Fan Show:

10 things you may not know about “The Long Game,” in which Simon Pegg struggles to say “The Mighty Jagrafess of the Holy Hadrojassic Maxarodenfoe.”

• Rose meets Captain Jack:

#HowTheyMet… A 21st century girl and a 51st century guy – in 1940s London! #DoctorWho #DrWho #fandom #whovian

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• The Sixth Doctor in all his vivid glory:

• It was also World Book Day in the U.K. on March 3, something the Doctor would surely approve of:

"Books. People never really stop loving books." #WorldBookDay #DoctorWho #DrWho #fandom #whovian

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• The Doctor and a young Dalek duke it out:

Doctor Who’s Facebook feed is celebrating the Weeping Angels for all of March:

Celebrate the terrifying Weeping Angels with us throughout March! Here is an exclusive, spine-chilling Angel wallpaper…

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• This is rather cool. It’s a reimagined opening credit sequence for the final Second Doctor story, “The War Games,” by JWHO Films:

• The Doctor Who team celebrated British Mothering Sunday (March 6) with these celebratory images:

• And Metro created a list of the 14 best and worst mothers in Doctor Who.

• Don’t stare at this for too long, or you’ll get stuck in an infinite time loop:

• The Doctor meets Martha:

Smith and Jones… How they met! #DoctorWho #DrWho #fandom #whovian

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• It was St. David’s Day on March 1:

• This is a great idea from Radio Times: Google’s top 10 questions about David Tennant answered.

Arthur Darvill’s hair has become sentient:

• A history of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, creators of the original Doctor Who theme:

• Marvel have unveiled a new martial arts series Iron Fist for Netflix, starring Finn Jones. But did you know he played a key role in The Sarah Jane Adventures?

• The Fab Four (Doctors):

The Fab Four!Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor: Year Two #11Writer: Nick AbadzisArtists; Elena Casagrande & Arianna…

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• The Seventh Doctor heads off into the sunset with his best friend:

• And finally, let’s end this week with a proper knees-up. This is “The Hero of Gallifrey,” a singalong in a pub devoted to the Doctor (with elements of Firefly thrown in), by Trockers Legs Nose Robinson:


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By Fraser McAlpine