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Doctor Who at the Proms (2008)

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Doctor Who at the Proms
Main setting: Royal Albert Hall, 2008
Key crew
Writer: Murray Gold (music)
Release details
Premiere broadcast: 27th July 2008
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The 2008 Doctor Who at the Proms was broadcast in July 2008. It was the first Doctor Who related Prom.

Synopsis Edit

a selection of classical favourites with a strong flavour of time and space. Join Freema Agyeman (aka Martha Jones), and others from the Doctor Who cast, for an intergalactic musical adventure - with a little help from Daleks, Cybermen and other aliens from the series!

Programme Edit

Act 1

Concert Prologue - Murray Gold

Fanfare For The Common Man- Aron Copland

All the Strange, Strange Creatures - Murray Gold

Montagues and Capulets - Sergey Prokofiev

The Doctor Forever - Murray Gold

Rose - Murray Gold

Martha vs. The Master - Murray Gold

Music of the Spheres- Doctor Who Mini Episode


Act 2

The Ride of the Valkyries - Richard Wagner

The Daleks & Davros - Murray Gold

Donna -The Girl In The Fire Place-Astrid - Murray Gold

The Torino Scale - Mark-Anthony Turnage

The Planets-Jupiter- Gustav Holst

This Is Gallifrey - Murray Gold

Doomsday - Murray Gold

The Doctor's Theme/Song of Freedom - Murray Gold

Song for Ten - Murray Gold

Doctor Who Theme - Ron Grainer

Cast Edit

Freema Agyeman - Herself/Host

Noel Clarke - Himself

Camille Coduri - Herself

Catherine Tate - Herself (uncredited)

Tim Phillips - Soloist (Song For Ten )

Julian Bleach - Davros

Dan Starkey - Commander Skorr

Nicholas Briggs - Dalek/Cybermen Voices

Barnaby Edwards - Dalek Operator

Jimmy Vee - Graske

Musical cast Edit

Murray Gold - Main Composer

Ben Foster - Conductor

Stephen Bell - Conductor

List of music Edit

Song Composed by Conductor Performed by Length Notes
Concert PrologueMurray GoldBen FosterMelanie Pappenheim
BBC Philharmonic
Fanfare for the Common ManCoplandStephen BellBBC Philharmonic
All the Strange Strange CreaturesMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic
The Torino ScaleMark-Anthony TurnageStephen BellBBC Philharmonic
The Planets - JupiterGustav HolstStephen BellBBC Philharmonic
The Doctor ForeverMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic
RoseMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic
Martha v The MasterMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic
Music of the SpheresMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic
Die Walküre - The Ride of the ValkyriesWagnerStephen BellBBC Philharmonic
The Daleks & DavrosMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic
Donna, Girl in the Fireplace, AstridMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic
'Montagues and Capulets' from Romeo and JulietProkofievStephen BellBBC Philharmonic
This is GallifreyMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic
The Doctor's Theme/Song of FreedomMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic
DoomsdayMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic
Song for TenMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic
Doctor Who ThemeMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic

Story notes Edit

Ratings Edit

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Filming locations Edit

Royal Albert Hall (Live)

Upper Boat Studios (TARDIS Pre recorded)

Home video releases Edit

DVD & Blu-ray releases Edit

The concert was released on DVD and Blu-Ray along with The Next Doctor in 2010. However, the concert is scaled down to 60 minutes on the DVD and Blu-Ray, with Fanfare for the Common Man, Montagues and Capulets, The Ride of the Valkyries, The Torino Scale, The Planets – Jupiter and Song for Ten all omitted from the DVD.

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