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Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a well-stuffed Santa sack of Whovian news and fan creativity from the last week on the internet.

And with “Twice Upon a Time,” this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special only a few days away, fan tributes are pouring in for the departing Twelfth Doctor, including this beautiful clip from Doctor Puppet:

…using this guitar:

• The New Zealand mint created this special coin to mark the occasion:

• There are Christmas cards too:

• And fan art:

• There’s even a Minecraft animation, imagining what the regeneration may look like:

• And if you’d like to have a go at regenerating yourself…

And the Doctor Who YouTube channel put together this compilation of Twelve’s greatest hits:

• But ultimately this is about Peter Capaldi’s relationship with the fans of Doctor Who, and this is his message for them:

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

• A sneak peek at “Twice Upon a Time,” in which we go aboard the First Doctor’s TARDIS:

• Peter Capaldi talks about filming his final scenes as the Doctor:

• Bill is BACK:

• And so, naturally, is Pearl Mackie:

Mark Gatiss talks about the emotions on set during filming:

• This is lovely:

• And everything else you may need to get ready is right here:

Steven Moffat has spoken a great truth:

• The Dr. Men are now available in real life:

• Oh now here’s an idea:

Karen Gillan is ready for Jodie Whittaker:

• Seven Doctors assemble:

• The TARDIS traveling in time:

• A colorized still from “The Dalek Invasion of Earth:”

• A teaser trailer for the Third Doctor prehistoric adventure “Invasion of the Dinosaurs:”

• And another for “The Time Warrior,” and look! Sarah Jane Smith is here:

• Thirteen is still inspiring fan artists:

• This is happening on BBC AMERICA:

• Ever fancied flying the TARDIS? Now you can:

• Adventures in space and time… and sea:

• And finally, here’s an impressive feat from Dany Roth of SYFY WIRE, the entire history of Doctor Who in two minutes. No really!


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By Fraser McAlpine