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Monday, 24 November 2008

Doctor Who Prom On TV!

Back in July 2008, the Doctor Who Prom was held in the Royal Albert Hall. It was a very special event which saw lots of pieces composed by Murray Gold for the show, as well as a whole host of monsters and stars, including Daleks, Davros, Freema Agyeman, Cybermen, Catherine Tate, Sontarans, Noel Clarke, Judoon and Camille Coduri. It has now been confirmed that at Christmas this year, highlights of the concert will be broadcast on television! The broadcast will also include Music of the Spheres, the specially filmed scene for the event. Below you can read a bit from the press release;
BBC One offers viewers the chance this Christmas to see highlights from the first Doctor Who Prom – one of the hottest tickets of the summer. Hosted by Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones) and with a surprise guest appearance by Catherine Tate (Donna Noble), this programme, filmed at the BBC Proms in July, is a musical odyssey through time and space.
With the Tardis on stage at London's Royal Albert Hall, the programme takes viewers on a journey through four series of the Doctor's adventures, and features the music that accompanied them – Murray Gold's celebrated music for the television series. Performed by the BBC Philharmonic and London Philharmonic Chorus, under the baton of Ben Foster, the music is accompanied by specially edited film sequences from the series.
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1 comments:

Doctor Who Mad Online said...

Great post, I would like to watch this.

Kyle
Doctor Who Mad Online