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Kat Kingsley (Photo: YouTube)

Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who‘s Day roundup, a cornucopia of delightful Gallifreyan web-gubbins that has appeared on the internet over the past week (or thereabouts).

And we begin this week with something we’ve not seen before. This is a remarkable interpretative Doctor Who-themed static trapeze act, complete with sonic, bow tie, TARDIS socks and lots of gravity-defying twists and turns.

Fezzes are all the way off for Kat Kingsley:

(Needless to say, don’t try this at home)

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

Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill and Michelle Gomez have been having fun at Ottawa Comic Con, posing up a storm…

…and leaping out of a Dalek:

Last week, we were talking about the Target novelizations of Doctor Who stories, but look at these beauties; Doctor Who stories as classic novels:

• It’s here! The Tenth Doctor and Donna are back together for the Tenth Doctor Audio Adventures from Big Finish Productions:

• And having been granted an extension to keep making Doctor Who audio adventures until 2025, here’s Nicholas Briggs (voice of the Daleks) to thank you, the fans, for making it possible:

• David Tennant playing Puck from the BBC’s The Shakespeare Show:

• This, from TheGaroStudios, is lovely: a summation of the Time War, and the Doctor’s past:

• An Eco-Dalek:

• A TARDIS photobooth, no less:

• “School Reunion” decoded, including the Doctor’s comments on asbos and hoodies:

• This is harder than it seems:

Rachael Stott from Titan Comics has had a good week:

• A new Doctor Who Magazine is on the way:

Radio Times counts down Doctor Who‘s 13 unluckiest characters.

• How to make a dissolving hand, using a bath bomb:

• Osgood and, er, Osgood:

• Just wait until you see the size of the Doctor:

• Captain Jack and Ianto are reunited:

• A nice long interview with David Tennant at BAFTA New York:

• “There’s a crack in my wall…”

• And finally, what better way to end this week than a mash-up of all of the Doctor Who title sequences to date, including the 1996 TV movie?


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By Fraser McAlpine