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Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a sifting of virtual content across a week on the internet for Gallifreyan gems and Whovian gold dust.

This week, we begin with a collection of musical tributes to the Doctor Who theme, all of which have appeared on YouTube across the last seven days, as if there was some kind of collective decision to put down the summer ice creams and switch on the synths.

This, for example, is very good. It’s a version of the current theme as arranged by Murray Gold, but recreated so it matches the version recorded by the team who made the 1980s Doctor Who credits:

And here’s a lovely version of the original, eerie 1963 theme and title sequence:

There’s also this tribute to Dominic Glynn‘s forbidding electronic arrangement from Season 23:

And this tribute to the Second Doctor, as portrayed in Big Finish Productions’ Doctor Who – Unbound:

A back-to-basics electronic version that brings together the eeriness of the earliest theme with the rigidity of the latter years:

A version that puts the 1980s top melody line over the 1963 Delia Derbyshire bass part:

A version that seems on the verge of imploding:

And even a dance remix, for when the Doctor dances:

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

Class is on the way:

Michelle Gomez had fun with fans in Toronto:

• Jamie (a.k.a. Frazer Hines) rocks the teen hop:

• Spoiler: there are a LOT of baby Amelias out there:

• An introduction to Big Finish, or the latest in a long line of quality Whovian audio dramas:

• Color-coded corridors:

Which corridor would you choose, the red or the blue? #BehindTheScenes on series 10. #DoctorWho #DrWho #whovian #BTS

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• A not-terrifically-useful map of Wales:

• No, “Did you know Andrew Garfield went on to become Spider-Man?” isn’t one of them:

• An interview with Doctor Who writers Paul Cornell and Cavan Scott:

• Karen Gillan has a new job:

• The Third Doctor in the Radio Times:

• The Twelfth Doctor and friends:

@jaumica is drawing a picture a day and today's is the Twelfth Doctor and two Cybermen. #DoctorWho

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Doctor Who: The Fan Show resurrects some classic monsters with Mike Tucker:

• There’s more from Mike at the Model Unit:

• And to finish this week, here’s what happened when The Fan Show’s Chrystal makes an actual fan film with FiveWhoFans:

TTFN!

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By Fraser McAlpine