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Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who‘s Day roundup, a cosmic collection of Whovian stuff and nonsense from the past week on social media and the internet at large.

And we begin this week with some fairly radical redesigns of Skaro’s most infamous sons, the Daleks. This one, for example, is a bit wobbly:

Here’s a more solid attempt, built from household items, just like Davros did it:

This tiny Dalek faces off against a fearsome (and very cuddly) foe:

And this is lovely. A clip from the 1966 British children’s TV show Blue Peter in which presenter Valerie Singleton makes Dalek cakes:

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

• Introducing Doctor Who Infinity, a new game from the makers of Doctor Who Legacy, available on Steam now:

• The Doctor and her TARDIS (cosplay version):

Catherine Tate met Whovians in Boston:

• And confirmed that Donna is returning to the TARDIS with the Tenth Doctor:

• The Doctor Who theme played on disc drives, as nature intended:

• A Muppet menace:

• Thirteen fandom, nailed:

• And here’s some beautiful fan art:

Karen Gillan, spot cream and a fly:

• A trailer for “The Ribos Operation,” the opening story of the Fourth Doctor’s Key to Time story arc:

• Hats off for this joke:

• A stitch in time:

An embroidered Doctor by @ldlapinski, or, an embroiDoctor. #DoctorWho

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• Clara’s first finale, assisted by a cast of British comedy greats:

• This is cracking:

• This amazing model of Twelve:

• That t-shirt would have saved Twelve a lot of unnecessary heartache about being good or not:

• The Seventh Doctor, Ace and Mel, reunited:

And to end this week, we’ve all seen the Season 11 trailer, but have you seen it in Lego form?

And what would that footage be like gussied up with a dramatic score?


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By Fraser McAlpine