The Doctor Who Prom Aftermath

By Mark
The Doctor Who Prom has now taken place and I have to say from listening to it on BBC Radio 3, it was fantastic. Music of the Spheres was uploaded onto the BBC's Doctor Who Website for the 25 minute interval of the prom and was a great bit of fun. Eleven screencaps from the episode can be found here on The Doctor Who site and five screencaps I made when the episode was online can be viewed below;

Catherine Tate, Camille Coduri and Noel Clarke joined Freema to host the event and you can listen to the whole of The Doctor Who Prom again on BBC iPlayer here and here. If you want to watch the mini episode of Doctor Who, Music of the Spheres, again or missed it because you're outside the United Kingdom then click here to watch it. What did you think of the Doctor Who Prom?
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11 comments so far.

  1. Luke 27 July 2008 at 15:37
    Great post :D the prom was awesome! Wish I could of been there
  2. Daniel 27 July 2008 at 15:38
    nice post the prom was great I'd love to have been there.
  3. Zobles 27 July 2008 at 15:39
    Cool post, the caps are great, as was the episode, as is this site! I think the episode was really good and fun!
  4. BradKibbler 27 July 2008 at 15:39
    I thought the prom was brilliant. great post. I didn't watch part two but i watched part one and the special scene. And nice screens.
  5. Axlart 27 July 2008 at 16:01
    Great Screencaps. I thought the Prom was just Fantastic, same for "Music of the Spheres" which was great for a mini episode. I watched all of the Prom and loved hearing the Dalek Music plus the Ood Song.
  6. Cameron McEwan 27 July 2008 at 17:55
    Thanks for the link, much appreciated.
  7. Vassilator 27 July 2008 at 19:39
    For those who did not get the chance to go, it was brilliant, being there, live, when it was being played! And you should have seen music of the spheres in the Royal Albert Hall! Magical, with everyone shouting at the Doctor, music sheets flying out by the Tardis, and the orchestra playing 'Ode to the Universe'! It doesn't really do it justice seeing it just on it's own!!!
  8. Anonymous 27 July 2008 at 20:18
    Doomsday was particularly good, and it is a joy to hear a vocalist who doesnt oversing that piece of music. Any other singer would have, knowing how well recieved it is by fans.

    Tim Phillips got a thumbs down from me. He was dreadful
  9. Vassilator 27 July 2008 at 21:01
    Yes, he wasn't great! He looked as if he couldn't be bothered to sing, and couldn't reach the high notes!
  10. Anonymous 1 August 2008 at 15:44
    Melanie Pappenheim was brilliant though. But I suppose something like the Proms is her area, classical background etc.
  11. Sumit Jain 13 April 2009 at 05:43
    It's Very Nice Post.I Love the Doctor who Show.This is My Favorite Show.The Show Is Very Horrible and Adventure.

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