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Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a pair of open arms to all manner of Whovian fan creativity and news, from the past seven days on social media and the internet.

And we begin this week with the sad realisation that Season 10 really has finished, and we’re not going to get to find out what’s happening to the Doctor (and the Doctor) until Christmas.

But Matt Lucas has a solution for his Whovian blues:

Meanwhile, Doctor Who: The Fan Show looks back over Season 10:

Pearl Mackie answers your questions:

• And so does Peter Capaldi:

John Simm and Michelle Gomez discuss that rooftop tango, er, mambo:

• There’s a closer look at “The Doctor Falls”

• And wonderful fan art continues to arrive:

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The first Cyberman by Kumata on DeviantArt

• Including these great silhouettes by Ana Allan Poe:

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• And, in case you missed it, this is how BBC1’s continuity announcer introduced “The Doctor Falls” with a little help from a Cybercolleague:

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

• The Doctors are coming to Comic-Con:

• The Tenth Doctor and Rose Tyler, together again in steelbook form:

• Bill and the Doctor:

• The Doctor’s regeneration quandry, summed up beautifully. First in this fan-made film:

• And second by Steven Moffat and Peter Capaldi:

• The return of the Silurians:

• Lego Bill:

• Running away with the Doctor:

• And running away from the Master:

• A guide to the First Doctor:

• A wonderful old picture of the First Doctor meeting his fans:

And to finish this week, a musical masterpiece – “Doctor Worm” by They Might Be Giants reinterpreted by YouTuber Insane Ian:

TTFN!

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By Fraser McAlpine