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Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day, a rummage in the dusty corners of the Internet to find Whovian dust bunnies and then train them to become world conquering despotic monsters.

We begin this week, after a nightmare scenario in which humans are attacked by their own sleepy eyes, with a wonderful genre crossover that has been around for a while, but is new to us at least. Artist Kelsey Wailes created a fantastic Whovian version of Edward Gorey’s The Gashlycrumb Tinies titled The Gallifreycrumb Tinies, in which everyone dies:

Personal favorites include D for Dave and R for Rory.

And while we’re looking at cartoons, this sums things up rather well:

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

• “Sleep No More” happened! And we spoke to Mark Gatiss and got his inside view of the creative process, for 13 Things You May Not Know.

• And here’s the Doctor Who site’s fact file.

Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss and Jenna Coleman on the creation of the Sandmen:

Doctor Who’s SFX Supervisor, Danny Hargreaves, tells us how he achieved the impressive flame effects in “Sleep No More”:

• Producer Nikki Wilson on providing the voice of the computer:

• Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman on the challenges of filming in a freezer:

Reece Shearsmith loves his Rassmussen specs:

Sleep No More – Space GlassesThere was one particular part of Reece Shearsmith’s costume in ‘Sleep No More’ that he was very insistent on… guess which one?

Posted by Doctor Who on Sunday, November 15, 2015

• And impersonates a classic Who monster:

Sleep No More – Reece performs a classic monsterReece Shearsmith performs a classic monster… can you guess which one?

Posted by Doctor Who on Tuesday, November 17, 2015

• Look who’s back in the next episode, “Face the Raven”:

• Here’s an introduction to the story:

• And here’s the trailer:

• The Doctor Who Festival happened in London, preceded by this most welcoming trailer:

• And Peter Capaldi is interviewed for Good Morning Britain:

Christel Dee was there to see it happen:

• There were panels and photos aplenty:

Doctor Who megafan Bullysteria got made up as a Zygon:

• And here’s some fan-shot footage of the moment Peter Capaldi made Jenna Coleman’s goodbye speech, complete with enormous bunch of flowers:

• A further tribute to Jenna, from Tumblr:

• And a lovely interview with Digital Spy from Jenna herself:

• Found footage and missing monsters: Doctor Who’s most innovative episodes.

• Anyone got time on their hands and some felt-tip pens?

Get your TARDIS blue crayon out and start filling in the blanks on the brand new Doctor Who Colouring Book! Order yours here >>

Posted by Doctor Who on Monday, November 16, 2015

• This picture emerged of Karen Gillan rehearsing with Zoe Saldana for the next Guardians of the Galaxy:

• Michelle Gomez made her debut appearance in Gotham:

• And finally, we couldn’t really leave the actors’ panel at the Doctor Who Festival at just one clip. So here’s the whole 42 minutes, shot by a fan (YouTuber Rob Hull):


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By Fraser McAlpine