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Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a cosmic cuddle of Whovian stuff and nonsense from the past seven days on social media and the internet.

And we begin this week in a state of high excitement, as classic episodes of Doctor Who have been running on the live streaming platform Twitch, and this has sent some fans into a state of such giddiness, fresh Doctor Who memes have emerged. Not the least of which is “London, 1965!”, taken from a particularly excitable moment in the life of Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright, the first Doctor’s first human traveling companions. Here they are in “The Chase,” returned to their appropriate spot in space and time, after two years of adventures:

And here’s the explosion of fan comments as the big moment arrived:

And here it is again, remixed:

And recolored:

And re-acted:

And redrawn:

And re-memed:

Jurassic larks:

And a Roman twist:

There’s even a fun fact or two:

Sadly, no such publication exists:

And look, even a fake Doctor Who Magazine cover:

There’s a spoof Big Finish edition too:

Although Ian will be back in real audio life:

These shots were taken from Russell T Davies’s A Very British Scandal:

A final reminder of what it’s all about:

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

• A remarkable fan animation and the return of Sprout Boy:

• The real next issue of Doctor Who Magazine:

• British Whovians can recreate the Twitch experience in their own time:

• A Doctor Who fan film that brings Omega back to life:

• The poster of “The Night of the Doctor”

• Grumpy Daleks:

• Melancholy Dalek:

• A lovely teaser trailer for what is about to come. The Doctor has regenerated:

• An amazing Cyberdoctor:

And finally, lets end this week with a tribute to Doctor Who in all of its incarnations, from the Twelfth Doctor himself, Peter Capaldi:


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By Fraser McAlpine