Vid: The Lonely God, by TheGaroStudios

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I love me a good voiceover, and this vid is full of them. An intriguing look at the Doctor, his powers and his pains. Music: Experience, by Ludovico Einaudi.

Vid: pulse, by KatrinDepp

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As always with this vidder, this exploration of Clara & Twelve’s time together is simply gorgeously edited. A fitting tribute to a Companion that might not always have been consistently written but who definitely defined who the Doctor is now. Music: Home, by Dotan & Circadian, by Falling Up.

Vid: River Song’s Death – 2015 Version, by Lyndon Coleman

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Aww, River’s final speech in Forest of the Dead with beautiful flashbacks (forwards?) to the Christmas special – made my go all teary-eyed…

Vid: WHOLOCK – Sherlock meets The Doctor!, by John Smith

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OMG, holy shit, so this vidder actually created his own special effects, making it possible for the Doctor and Sherlock to actually interact – in the TARDIS! 

Vid: Tribute to Paul McGann, by BabelColour

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I have a big soft spot for the 8th Doctor, especially after “Night of the Doctor”, and this vid is a fun tribute to his one movie outing. Music: Englishman in New York, by Sting.

Vid: Corrupted Lungs, by jafrank88

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This is amazing! Seriously, you can’t tell it’s from two completely different sources, the Doctor and River Tam go together so perfectly. Music: Youth, by Daughter.