Music of the Spheres Today

By Mark
The Doctor Who Prom, hosted by Freema Agyeman, will take place at the Royal Albert Hall today. Music used in the previous four series of the show will be performed live and a special mini episode of Doctor Who featuring The Doctor and a Graske will be shown. A full running order of events can be found here. Fans of the show who aren't able to attend the event will have the chance to view the mini episode entitled "Music of the Spheres" on the BBC's Doctor Who website. The episode will be be uploaded onto the site at 11:40am today and will only be available for a limited amount of time due to rights concerning the episode and the BBC.
Unfortunately viewers outside the United Kingdom can't access videos on the BBC's Doctor Who website and therefore wont be able to watch the mini episode unless they are attending The Doctor Who Prom itself but we'll let you know if and when it becomes available. Also don't forget that The Doctor Who Prom will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 at 11:00am and will be available on BBC iPlayer after the concert. Will you be attending The Doctor Who Prom? If so and you'd like your review of the event published on this site then please don't hesitate to contact me here. Credit will be given for your reviews, thanks in advance. What do you think of the mini episode "Music of the Spheres"?
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6 comments so far.

  1. Axlart 27 July 2008 at 09:40
    Cool Post. I can not wait for this Doctor Who Themed Prom. The Music in Doctor Who is just Fantastic. One of the best pieces from Murray Gold has to be "This is Gallifrey" from the Third series finale plus "The Doctor Forever". I can not wait to listen to the great music and view the Music of Spheres which makes the wait between now and Cybermas seem shorter.
  2. Daniel 27 July 2008 at 09:58
    great post the prom looks good, outside the UK so cant view but hopefully someone will upload to YouTube
  3. Zobles 27 July 2008 at 10:18
    Cool post, cant wait to see this scene.
  4. Cameron McEwan 27 July 2008 at 12:48
    It's up on BLOGTOR WHO.
  5. Collin 27 July 2008 at 15:15
    A fun little Doctor special. It must have been fab at Albert Hall and be part of the interactivity.
  6. Vassilator 28 July 2008 at 07:13
    It sure was!!!

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