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David Bowie was a singer from Earth. (PROSE: Life on Mars on Mars)

On the 12th of November, 1969, the newborn Paul Magrs dreamt that David Bowie sung The Laughing Gnome at Dr Oho's party. (PROSE: In the Sixties)

In 1974, the Eighth Doctor mentioned Bowie as one of the great musicians of the period to Lucie Miller. (AUDIO: Horror of Glam Rock)

The Fourth Doctor had once played Find The Lady with a young David Bowie in a punt that Romana was poling. (PROSE: No Future)

Ace and Julian Milton listened to a Bowie tape during their trip to Lincolnshire. (PROSE: Love and War)

Evelyn Smythe spoke of her experience in a space suit as "like that David Bowie song." (AUDIO: The Feast of Axos)

Bowie spent time aboard the Doctor's TARDIS while it was in Artron II Recharge Mode, with the arton pulses leaving Bowie's left eye permanently dilated, an incident the Thirteenth Doctor felt guilty about. (PROSE: Press Play)

After his death, Erimem and Andy Hansen left a copy of Bowie's song "Life on Mars" on Mars. It was discovered by a mars rover on New Year's Eve 2020. (PROSE: Life on Mars on Mars)

The Twelfth Doctor recited some of his song "Ashes to Ashes" to a robot, with the line "I'm Happy, Hope You're Happy Too". (TV: Smile)

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