‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: The Doctor Dances

Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a interstellar drifter wandering space and time and gathering discarded gems of fan creativity, Whovian news and lost fluff from the past week on the internet and social media.

And we begin this week with a particular moment in fan art which seems to be cropping up more and more, namely depictions of the Doctor having a dance with someone important in their life. Like, for example, Missy:

Or Rose Tyler:

And Clara, of course:


Although this is unexpected:

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

Russell T Davis and Steven Moffat discuss their novelizations of “Rose” and “The Day of the Doctor”

• Speaking of which:


• A downtempo reggae remix of the Doctor Who theme:

A couple of cracking fan-made credits sequences:

• Four weddings and a TARDIS?

• Who could resist that face?

• Or this one, come to that?

Noel Clarke wants to step into Mickey’s shoes one more time:

• Definitely something to be proud of:

• A supercut of every Dalek extermination to date:

• Luckily Clara isn’t one of them:

• Image of the Fendahl (with the maker of the Fendahl):

• A Chinese TARDIS:

• Some phone boxes are just phone boxes:

• Was there a nod to Doctor Who in Avengers: Infinity War?

• A Rorschach TARDIS:

• Two mythical beings butt heads in the ancient past:

• “City of Death” fan art:

• How the makers of classic Doctor Who made sound effects in 1979:

• Bill has a rest:

• And to finish this week, why not sit back and enjoy the panel starring Pearl Mackie, David Bradley and Tony Curran answering questions from EM-Con Nottingham: