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Doctor Who Themed Starbucks Sleeves

Jess, an artist in Indianapolis, redrew the iconic Starbucks siren as the twelve incarnations of the Doctor (minus the War Doctor, of course) as well as the villainous Time Lord Harold Saxon, AKA The Master. She sells them at her Etsy shop. You can view more of her work, including more Doctor Who and Sherlock fan art, at her DeviantArt page.

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Doctor Who’s Funny Guide to Understanding Surrealism

In this video by Tate, Peter Capaldi lectures about Freudian symbols, basic instincts and Surrealists’ luxuriant hair. The twelfth man to play Dr. Who, a Glasglow School of Art alumnus, presents the high points of the Surrealist movement—from André Breton down to David Lynch.  http://bit.ly/1DXrE6S

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010 The Personal Touch (1985)

Yes, Dominic AT LAST!

A million billion thanks to umka2002 for sending me this link.  I was beginning to despair of any old new Capaldi ever showing up again and then I got this lovely thirty year old treat!  Now, to be sure, at the moment only a tiny watermarked snippet of the whole program(me) is available, but I’m not going to complain, because a) DOMINIC! You exist! and you clearly fancy yourself as much as any man can who wears that many badges on his lapels and also canvas desert shoes and b) somewhere deep in the STV archives you are waiting waiting waiting for that fateful day when you will be re-released into the world again to amaze and astound us with your delightful Glaswegianess. 

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Various picture posted today of the filming of Series 9 (via bbcdoctorwho on Instagram)

1. Writer Catherine Tregenna at the read-through for her first #DoctorWho episode, The Woman Who Lived… Welcome aboard!

2. #PeterCapaldi #DoctorWho #BTS #behindthescenes

3. Peter showcasing his yo-yo skills on location. #yoyo #DoctorWho #BTS #behindthescenes #PeterCapaldi

4. Who left the door open! #DoctorWho #BTS #behindthescene

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The Time Lord himself, Peter Capaldi, took time out from saving the universe to stop by and meet some delighted families in the hospice. The Doctor was fantastic, spending lots of time with everyone present. He created Doctor Who drawings for all the children and even made time to promote Children’s Hospice Week. Follow for more fandom posts.