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Sunday, July 20, 2008

DOCTOR WHO PROM ON JULY 27, 2008

Prom 13: Doctor Who Prom
  • Date Sunday 27 July 2008
  • Time 11.00am - c1.00pm
  • Venue Royal Albert Hall
  • Tickets £5 & £10 price band G or Prom for £5
  • Broadcast To be recorded for BBC One and Live on BBC Radio 3. Available as audio on demand for the following week.

A family concert featuring music from the BBC's Doctor Who series, and including a specially filmed scene, written by Russell T Davies and starring David Tennant.

There's also 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 to include:

  • Murray Gold Concert Prologue* (3 mins)
  • Copland Fanfare for the Common Man (3 mins)
  • Murray Gold All The Strange Strange Creatures* (4 mins)
  • Mark-Anthony Turnage The Torino Scale (UK premiere) (4 mins)
  • Holst The Planets - Jupiter (8 mins)
  • Murray Gold The Doctor Forever* (4.30 mins)
  • Murray Gold Rose* (1.30 mins)
  • Murray Gold Martha v The Master* (4.30 mins)
  • Murray Gold Music of the Spheres (including theme original)* (7.30 mins)
  • Wagner Die Walküre - The Ride of the Valkyries (5 mins)
  • Murray Gold The Daleks & Davros* (8 mins)
  • Murray Gold Donna, Girl in Fireplace, Astrid* (4 mins)
  • Prokofiev 'Montagues and Capulets' from Romeo and Juliet (5 mins)
  • Murray Gold This is Gallifrey* (3.30 mins)
  • Murray Gold Doctor's Theme / Song for Freedom * (5.30 mins)
  • Murray Gold Doomsday* (5 mins)
  • Murray Gold Song for Ten* (4 mins)
  • Murray Gold Doctor Who Theme* (1.30 mins)

There will be one interval

Freema Agyeman presenter
with Daleks and Cybermen

London Philharmonic Choir
BBC Philharmonic
Ben Foster* conductor
Stephen Bell conductor

Detailed notes about the music will be available one hour before the concert.

About the music

No doubt someone at YouTube will post the filmed scene with David after it's shown on BBC One. I'll be watching for it.

BBC Radio 3 has the playlists for part 1 and part 2 on their website. David's scene will be at the end of part 1.

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