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David Tennant and Matt Smith are taking questions from Whovians who have traveled the world for the 50th Anniversary Celebration on an all new episode of The Graham Norton Show premiering Saturday November 23rd at 10pm/9c on BBC AMERICA. 

Immediately following an encore of the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special, “The Day of The Doctor,” at 7pm ET, complete with exclusive Inside Looks from Matt & David, and the series premiere of Atlantis at 9pm ET.

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See some of the Doctor Who fan art the BBC America office has been making behind-the-scenes to celebrate Doctor Who Week.

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Do the thing to this video, too!

Stewdippin does a fantastic job explaining his Whovian love for those who might be #New to WHO. Show him some love back by leaving him a comment and liking his video.

Remember, shh! We didn’t send you there!

Do the thing to this video!

Here’s an amazing Doctor Who fan animation video by Richard Swarbrick that will make you want to go to YouTube to like and leave a comment to share the Whovian love.

Remember, don’t tell him we sent you!

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Hey guise. We just thought of a thing. LET’S ALL DO A THING.

All week we’ve been highlighting dozens of brand new videos being shared for Doctor Who Week. But this doesn’t acknowledge the thousands of fan videos that Whovians have made since the beginning of time (and YouTube).

Go to YouTube. Search ‘Doctor Who’ or ‘Doctor Who Week’ and spread a TON of love to your fellow Whovians. We all know Doctor Who fans are the friendliest people in the world, but let’s be extra friendly and loving today.

Also, if you find a video that you think needs a little extra love, post it to your Tumblr with the tag “doctor who fanvids are the best”. 

And here’s the trick. Don’t let anyone know why you’re doing this. When you’re commenting, don’t say that we sent you.

The videos in the gallery are from 6hrsofbatterylife, Pteryx Videos, Alfie Mcbride, MITAsymptones and It’s Aimee.

YOU’RE DOING SO GOOD AT THE THING:

Here are some of the comments you left on It’s Aimee’s video:

Let’s keep going! Find more Doctor Who videos on YouTube to like and comment on.

And remember…don’t say we sent you. Let’s just keep spreading the Whovian love.

Hey guise. We just thought of a thing. LET’S ALL DO A THING.

All week we’ve been highlighting dozens of brand new videos being shared for Doctor Who Week. But this doesn’t acknowledge the thousands of fan videos that Whovians have made since the beginning of time (and YouTube).

Go to YouTube. Search ‘Doctor Who’ or ‘Doctor Who Week’ and spread a TON of love to your fellow Whovians. We all know Doctor Who fans are the friendliest people in the world, but let’s be extra friendly and loving today.

Also, if you find a video that you think needs a little extra love, post it to your Tumblr with the tag “doctor who fanvids are the best”. 

And here’s the trick. Don’t let anyone know why you’re doing this. When you’re commenting, don’t say that we sent you.

The videos in the gallery are from 6hrsofbatterylife, Pteryx Videos, Alfie Mcbride, MITAsymptones and It’s Aimee.

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Doctor Who Tumblr gets on a plane. 

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All of our Doctor Who 50th Anniversary videos in one place!

For your viewing convenience, we put together a playlist of all the videos we’ve done for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary

See Happy Anniversary wishes from Alex Kingston, 3 Questions with Steven Moffat, trailers for The Day of the Doctor, An Adventure in Space and Time and more. WAY more.

Subscribe to BBC America on YouTube so you don’t miss any!

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PETER JACKSON: My favorite DOCTOR WHO Episode - Happy 50th Anniversary! (by BBC America)

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YouTubers Celebrate Doctor Who Week!

We asked some YouTubers to make special videos in honor of Doctor Who Week. You can watch them all in this playlist from the BBC America YouTube, which you should all SUBSCRIBE to (hint hint).

Click through the thumbnails to see a few of the video titles and then go to the playlist to see the videos.

Yeah, it’s a lot of clicking but it’s worth it to learn how to make Dalek Bread with SORTED food, Doctor Who Nails with Geek & Sundry Vlogs and see the Doctor Puppet Dance by, well, Doctor Puppet

If any of you make videos in honor of the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary, make sure you tag them #Doctor Who Week because we want to see them!

doctorwho: we thought there should really be a pre-show that would be on tv on Saturday before the simulcast...

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Hey those guise at BBC America are having a Doctor Who marathon (its on right now) leading up to The Day of The Doctor and that’s pretty cool, but then we thought, “There should really be a pre-show that would be on TV on Saturday before the simulcast”, but it should also be on YouTube and we’d probably want someone like, we don’t know, the Nerdist to make it.

But then there would have to be a Whovian from the internet like Veronica Belmont host it and then we’d want YouTubers as guests and instead of talking about themselves they’d be looking at Tumblr posts and Instagrams and replying to Twitter tweets and Vine vines by other Whovians celebrating all around the world and we’d ask viewers to do a fan challenge and we’d all have a big party there to celebrate The Day of the Doctor.

Doesn’t that sound like a good idea?

Cool. Let’s do it. 

Here’s a press release.

BBC America Celebrates Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary with the First Ever Live Simulcast from YouTube Space Los Angeles

DOCTOR WHO 50th LIVE PRE-SHOW CROSSES PLATFORMS TO CONNECT FANS IN THE U.S. AND AROUND THE WORLD

New York – November 19, 2013–Announced today,BBC AMERICA has partnered with Nerdist Industries to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who with the first ever live simulcast pre-show from the YouTube Space Los Angeles. Hosted by Veronica Belmont, the Doctor Who 50th Live Pre-Show will air November 23, 2:30pm ET on BBC AMERICA and stream to audiences globally on BBC AMERICA’s YouTube channel (youtube.com/bbcamericatv) just prior to the premiere of Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary special Doctor Who:The Day of The Doctor at 2:50pm ET.

Doctor Who 50th Live Pre-Show will be an all-out celebration of 50 years of Doctor Who and its passionate fans. As the world awaits the global simulcast of the anniversary special, the pre-show will feature a live curation of fan-created content being shared on social media from celebrations around the globe, plus chats with special guests including YouTube star Phil DeFranco.

Perry Simon, General Manager, BBC AMERICA commented: “Doctor Who has an amazing social media following and is enormously popular, with millions of views on YouTube. Partnering with YouTube on an innovative pre-show will enable fans everywhere to join our celebration of this groundbreaking series’ 50thanniversary.”

“We’re very excited to work with BBC AMERICA and Nerdist on this first ever simulcast from YouTube Space LA and are looking forward to welcoming Doctor Who fans and YouTube talents for a truly innovative pre-show experience connecting communities all across the world,” said Liam Collins, Head of YouTube Space LA.

Veronica Belmont, co-host of the science fiction and fantasy YouTube video show, audio podcast, and book club The Sword and Laser, added: “I’m happy to report that the live pre-show went off without a hitch, and that fans everywhere thoroughly enjoyed The Day of the Doctor. At least, they did in the time stream I just came from.”

Following the anniversary special, BBC AMERICA’s YouTube channel will host a YouTube-exclusive post-show at 4:00pm ET.  In addition, BBC AMERICA and BBC AMERICA’s YouTube channel will simulcast a primetime pre-show at 7:00pm ET, which will look at the day’s events ahead of BBC AMERICA’s primetime broadcast of the anniversary special.

The Doctor Who 50th Live Pre-Show will culminate a week-long Doctor Who week on YouTube, featuring content from popular YouTube channels like Nerdist, EmergencyAwesome, Doctor Puppet, PBS IdeaChannel, How to Cook That, and Rugburn.

COOL. You can subscribe to BBC America so you don’t miss it by clicking here!

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We’re celebrating Doctor Who Week even behind-the-scenes at BBC America. Take a look at what some of our talented colleagues came up with for our Doctor Who Bake-Off.




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