The ‪#‎DWWorldTour‬ may have ended, but on the last night of the world tour Peter Capaldi has a few words of thanks to share with the fans, wherever you are in the world.

After Mexican wave and invasion of Mexico you can cCatch the best bits from the Doctor Who World Tour fan event in Mexcio City, filmed on the 17th August at the Teatro Metropolitan theatre.

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The Doctor Who YouTube team might not have had a TARDIS, but they did have a nifty little drone camera, which came in very handy when Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman went for a photo shoot at the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro. The drone camera even managed to capture a Cyberman trying to upgrade unsuspecting tourists.

To celebrate the TARDIS touching down in Sydney, Australia, ABC and BBC Worldwide ran a unique competition to gave fans the chance to win tickets to the Australian fan event. They have already showed their love, so it wasn’t too hard: to do this they asked the fans to show how they #hearthearttheDoctor through video, art, photography, writing or however else they best felt expressed their feelings. The team was not disappointed… the result is the next video.

The winning entry was Edward Felix, but Crispy Pro impressed the UK Doctor Who team so much that we asked him to come along to the event to do some guest You Tubing.

This is for the Australian fans, by Australian fans – thanks for your enthusiastic love and support for the show.

Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and Steven Moffats’s penultimate stop on their tour of the world takes them to Mexico City, where they had to deal with the Mexican wave and the largest ever screening of the new episode, Deep Breath, was held for 3,000 very noisy Whovians!

Peter and Jenna reflect on their journey so far and how hard they’re going to find it going back to “normal” life. They also talk about all the incredible fans they’ve met along the way, and some of them in Mexico City tell us why they love Doctor Who.

The next stop on the tour is Rio de Janeiro.

“All my worst nightmares at once…” Remember, right? Enjoy watching… :)

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Just a few days before broadcasting the first episode of the season 8, the cover for issue #477 of Doctor Who Magazine has been revealed. The magazine is previewing the first four episodes of series 8 and it’s on sale Thursday 21 August 2014, priced £5.99.

Doctor Who Magazine DWM issue 477

Ident interruption that was shown before BBC One’s new show called Tumble… the Doctor is breaking into your reality.

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The BBC have finally confirmed the episode titles for every episode of series 8.

  1. Deep Breath. Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by Ben Wheatley
  2. Into The Dalek. Written by Phil Ford and Steven Moffat. Directed by Ben Wheatley. Introducing Samuel Anderson as Danny Pink.
  3. Robot Of Sherwood. Written by Mark Gatiss. Directed by Paul Murphy
  4. Listen. Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by Douglas MacKinnon
  5. Time Heist. Written by Stephen Thompson and Steven Moffat. Directed by Douglas MacKinnon
  6. The Caretaker. Written by Gareth Roberts and Steven Moffat. Directed by Paul Murphy
  7. Kill The Moon. Written by Peter Harness. Directed by Paul Wilmshurst
  8. Mummy On The Orient Express. Written by Jamie Mathieson. Directed by Paul Wilmshurst
  9. Flatline. Written by Jamie Mathieson. Directed by Douglas MacKinnon
  10. In The Forest Of The Night. Written by Frank Cottrell Boyce. Directed by Sheree Folkson
  11. Dark Water. Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by Rachel Talalay
  12. Death In Heaven. Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by Rachel Talalay

You also have a teaser… 5 days left until first episode.

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Peter Capaldi (the Doctor) and Jenna Coleman (Clara, Doctor’s companion) were treated to a deafening reception by over 3000 Mexican Doctor Who fans when they stepped out of the TARDIS and onto the stage of the Teatro Metropólitan, Mexico City.

An insight into how Mark Gatiss was transformed into Gantok through prosthetics, for Doctor Who Confidentional, BBC Three. Features an unseen interview not previously broadcast.

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Watch cast, crew and celebrity fans discuss the recasting of the Doctor.

Meantime, Matt Smith describes his approach to being the Doctor, and how hard it is to say goodbye.

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You must have remembered that the Doctor can’t land in New York anymore, not after that sad business with the Ponds. But a little temporal instability wasn’t going to stop Peter Capaldi, Steven Moffat and Jenna Coleman from meeting American Doctor Who fans!

Enjoy the best bits from the Doctor Who World Tour fan event in New York City, filmed on the 14th August in the Ziegfeld Theatre which is a Bow Tie Cinema. Bow Tie cinemas are cool.

In case you weren’t sure, Peter Capaldi & Jenna Coleman did rock New York City in the Doctor Who World Tour in the latest stop before Mexico City. You can watch Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman during an iconic photoshoot at the top of the Rockefeller Center, and listen them speaking about the rousing reception they were given by American fans at the US premiere of series 8, “Deep Breath”, at the Ziegfeld Theater.

While being in Sydney, Australia, in the Doctor Who world tour, with Jenna Coleman aside, Peter Capaldi describes his first visit to the TARDIS set and what it was like to take over the role from Matt Smith.

The Doctor Who world tour reached Australia! Hosted by Crispy Pro. They take a look behind the scenes at the hugely successful Sydney Q&A session, meet some amazing Aussie fans and get a quick peek into Jenna Coleman and Peter Capaldi’s dressing rooms.

The Sydney fans were lucky enough to see a special preview of the first episode of series 8 – “Deep Breath” and they welcomed the stars of the show with some brilliant costumes and a lot of screaming!

The next stop on the tour is the Big Apple – New York.

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Enjoy watching the best bits from the Doctor Who World Tour fan event in Sydney, filmed on the 12th August in the State Theatre, hosted by Adam Spencer.

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Enjoy watching the best bits from the Doctor Who World Tour fan event in Seoul, South Korea, filmed on the 9th August in the Grand Ballroom at 63 Building.

In Sydney, this happened. Goose. Bumps: theTwelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi receives a standing ovation from Australian fans when he appears on stage at the State Theatre, Sydney – the fourth stop on Doctor Who: The World Tour.

Over 2100 fans shook the famous theatre to its foundations when the actor made a theatrical entrance on stage for a Q&A session with Adam Spencer.

Less than 2 weeks until the first episode of series 8 will be launched, and some people can hardly wait for it.

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Just 2 days after filming in Cardiff, Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman touched down in South Korea as a part of The Doctor Who World Tour for their first stop outside of the UK. The Doctor Who channel joined Peter and Jenna as they met the incredibly passionate and creative fans of South Korea.

A few lucky fans in Seoul were the first people outside of the UK to see a special preview of the first episode of series 8 – “Deep Breath” and they welcomed the stars of the show with some brilliant costumes and a lot of screaming!

The next stop on the tour is Sydney, Australia.

Things have changed during the last 5 decades, and they are much better than 50 years ago, in the beginning this has been seen as stunning and original, like everything about early Doctor Who. This title sequence was like nothing ever seen on television before. The first title sequence consisted of a simple “howlround” or “howl-around” effect over the stark original arrangement of the Doctor Who theme.

While experimenting with a camera looking at a monitor showing its own picture, BBC Technical Operations Manager Norman Taylor, made the serendipitous discovery of “visual howlaround”. Bernard Lodge and a small team of BBC engineers created the finished sequence.

The Doctor Who theme was composed by Ron Grainer. Although Ron Grainer has always received sole credit for the theme music, Delia Derbyshire with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop was responsible for all the arrangements for Seasons 1 through 17

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This is a fan-made Coming Soon trailer for the First Season of Classic Doctor Who (1963-1964). It is in the style of the latest Series 8 trailer and the author has included a brief picture of Marco Polo as the episodes are missing.

This video features William Hartnell as the Doctor and also Carole Ann Ford as Susan Foreman, Jacqueline Hill as Barbara Wright and William Russell as Ian Chesterton.

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The series 8 trailer recreated (at least in part) in this fan-made trailer. A shorter lego trailer. Enjoy.

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What do you get if you blend all thirteen faces of the Doctor together into a single face? Take your time and watch. :)

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Jenna Coleman and Peter Capaldi were offered their portrait while in Seul in the Doctor Who World tour.

“It’s official – the Doctor Who World Tour has started!” – and you will be watching videos from each location. Here’s the first with a look back at day one in Cardiff and London.

The Doctor Who World Tour is officially underway and the Doctor Who Channel will be hitching a ride on the TARDIS all the way.

The first stop saw the red carpet rolled out for Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, Samuel Anderson, Steven Moffat and Brian Minchin for the World Premiere of Series 8 Episode 1 “Deep Breath.” The Cybermen and the Daleks were also on hand to keep excited fans in order.

The TARDIS then touched down on London’s Southbank where lucky fans got to see cast, crew and monsters before a very special screening.

BBC News featured the Series 8 launch, clips from the second episode were shown and Peter Capaldi interview.

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The video is taken by someone in the audience a few months ago, this year, but… the Murray Gold’s captivating musical score for Doctor Who performed live, accompanied by specially edited big-screen sequences featuring all incarnations of the Doctor, as a host of real-life monsters stalk the auditorium will return with a tour in Australia and New Zeeland (tour dates announced) but also in UK (tour dates announced).

The show will be hosted once more by Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison, who will take to the stage alongside Daleks, Cybermen and a host of other Doctor Who monsters in this musical celebration of the iconic TV series.

The Doctor ventures into the cube-based universe that is Minecraft. What wonders will he encounter? What dangers? Follow the Time Lord through space, time and graphics from 1978 to find out. And, of course, enjoy! :)

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Coming soon from Titan Comics: the actor and director Noel Clarke has written a comic book called The Troop, which he describes as an edgier take on the teen team comic genre (an edgy soap-opera of violence and super-powers).

The illustration are done by Joshua Cassara.

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