Doctor Who At The Proms Press Release

By Mark
The picture above was made by me.
The BBC Press Office recently announced that the Doctor Who Prom, which took place earlier this year at the Royal Albert Hall, will air on BBC One next month. Highlights of the concert will be compiled into a programme which will be made available in high definition. You can view a press release about this programme below;

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.

One of today's featured highlights provides viewers with a chance to see the scene that was specially filmed for the BBC Proms. Music Of The Spheres, written by Russell T Davies and starring David Tennant – not to mention a mischievous Graske – left the audience spellbound and there is lots of audience interaction and laughter. The concert also brought the audience face to face with some of the Doctor's most fearsome adversaries – a host of monsters and aliens, including the Doctor's oldest enemies, the Cybermen, Davros and the Daleks.

Music featured in this Doctor Who Prom includes All The Strange, Strange Creatures; The Doctor Forever; Rose; Martha v The Master; The Daleks And Davros; Donna; Girl In The Fireplace; Astrid; This Is Gallifrey; Doctor's Theme/Song Of Freedom; Doomsday; and Doctor Who Theme.

Doctor Who At The Proms is simulcast on BBC HD – the BBC's High Definition channel available through Freesat, Sky and Virgin Media. With up to five times more detail than standard definition television, HD provides exceptionally vivid colours and crisp pictures to make Doctor Who At The Proms a truly cinematic TV experience.

The exact date that this will air is at the moment unknown however we do know that it will air over the Christmas period. It will feature some of the best musical performances and even show the special mini episode "Music of the Spheres". More information will be posted as and when it becomes available. Will you be watching this when it airs?
 

2 comments so far.

  1. Zobles 27 November 2008 at 20:58
    Good to hear this will be televised!
  2. Anonymous 29 November 2008 at 19:02
    this is only on BBC HD it says so thats not fair

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