The Doctor Who Facebook Page created a worldwide invite for The Day Of The Doctor, November 23rd. Join the THOUSANDS of Whovians who are already going. If you’re a Doctor Who fan who likes Facebook and LOVES RSVP’ing to things, this is the best post ever.
It’s Father’s Day in several countries across the world this Sunday, so we’ve put together this mini-quiz about some of the dads of Doctor Who
(via the Doctor Who Facebook Page)
Speaking of Doctor Who Easter Eggs…
To enter, simply create your own Doctor Who inspired Monster egg and upload your photo via their app. They actually have some handy tips on the ‘Instructions’ page on how to make them.
Photo submission closes at 23.59pm GMT (7:59pm EDT) tonight (Monday 1st April) and you may upload one photo a day until the closing time.
On Tuesday 2nd April they will then choose a gallery of favourites and then it goes to a public vote.
Doctor Who Adventures magazine are getting ready for Easter with their super-scary Monster Eggs!
After Easter we’ll then put up a gallery of our favs and you can vote for which is you think is the most eggggggggscellent!
We’re congratulating them by sending them an e-card from this old Doctor Who e-card page.
We’re doing a fun thing with Anglophenia and the Doctor Who Facebook Page this year. Here’s how to take part:
via the Doctor Who Facebook page:
Here’s a cool Friday fact - did you know that fake UK banknotes for TV must conform to strict Bank of England guidelines, so for the 2006 Christmas Special (The Runaway Bride) the Doctor Who production team made their own “10 Satsumas” notes featuring the Tenth Doctor!
And here’s what they looked like (there’s also one on display in the British Museum in London if you happen to pop in)
Radio Times and the Doctor Who Facebook Page want to know who you think is the greatest monster of all time.
Have an opinion? Let them know in this thread over at the Doctor Who Facebook page.
The Eleventh Doctor made his debut in The Eleventh Hour two years ago on April 3, 2010.
Doctor Who Tumblr and Doctor Who Facebook Page are going to celebrate together by declaring the day Fish Fingers and Custard Day! #fishcustard
Between today and tomorrow: take a picture of yourself eating fish fingers and custard. Submit it as a photo reply to this post. Okay, this next part is FOR TUMBLR USERS ONLY: we’re going to pick two photo replies at random to win Doctor Who Series 5 on DVD or Blu-ray and two more photo replies to win River Song’s (blank) Journal all courtesy of the upstanding citizens at BBCAmericaShop!
Doctor Who Facebook is going to collect all of them and mush them up into a photo and video gallery of Whovians eating fish fingers and custard worldwide.
If you want to submit a video, post it as a response to this video on the BBC YouTube page.
If you submit it as a picture on Twitter, use hashtag #fishcustard
If you don’t know how to make fish fingers and custard, here’s our very own recipe having been handed down from our grandmother’s grandmother:
And we’re sorry. We’re so so sorry, but again — the Tumblr giveaway is only open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including the District of Columbia.)
But hey, that’s just the contest part. You can still participate by posting a picture!
If you win and you are under 18, you will need a parent or guardian to sign for you.
They’re so good we’re going to put some of them as individual posts but you can see the whole set now if you’d like.
Courtesy the Doctor Who Facebook page, here are a few photos from today’s event at the Millennium Centre.
See more in their photo album on Facebook.
Doctor Who Facebook: Olé! It’s a wrap as cast and crew prepare to depart sunny Spain. Back to Cardiff on Monday morning for more filming of Series 7!