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Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who‘s Day roundup, a cosmic collection of Whovian bits and bobs across a week in social media.

And we start this week with a rather lovely surprise appearance from the Doctor, at the appropriately Doctor Who-themed wedding (complete with TARDIS and Daleks and Tenth Doctor sneakers) of Lesley and Brian:

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

• Here’s a simple idea done breathtakingly well. It’s a collaborative video between YouTubers WinterThief and AlchemyProds, taking a close look at the intense relationship the Doctor has with his closest friends. And like the very best of these sort of clips, it looks like there’s footage in there you’ve not seen before, and it’s beautiful:

Doctor Who: The Fan Show talks to Ingrid Oliver about Zygons:

• The Autons look very different in Finland:

• Hats off to Twitterist @WhoLabels, who is diligently archiving any notices or items of signage across the entire series. Like this:

And this:

• The Doctor’s adventures in human history:

• Illustrator of the Zygons:

TheGaroStudios salutes The Doctor: A Hero:

• Patrick Ness discusses Class:

• Even Lego is not Vashta Nerada-proof:

"Hey, who turned out the lights?" (📷: @ryankkelly) #DoctorWho

A photo posted by Doctor Who (@doctorwho_bbca) on

• Find out why we have this story to thank for the most terrifying creation (by common agreement) in Doctor Who history:

Karen Gillan and friend:

• Cheese on toast, upgraded:

• Speaking of which…

• And here’s the Cybercontroller:

• A Doctor Who version of the iconic map of the London Underground:

• Tragedy strikes:

• This Vine just keeps prodding those sensitive spots:

Jenna Coleman trains a dog (with some help):

• The early Doctor Who credits were already creepy enough, but BACKWARDS?

• And finally, let’s round off with something brilliantly odd. One night, bored YouTuber SimplyAnna decided to try and play the Doctor Who theme on her Otamatone, which is a musical instrument shaped like a note on a stave, that you blow into. The result is the sort of buzzing fizziness a Zarbi might enjoy:


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By Fraser McAlpine