The 2008 Doctor Who at the Proms was broadcast on 27 July 2008. It was the first Doctor Who related Prom.

Synopsis Edit

Doctor Who at the Proms 2008 title card 3

Freema Agyeman's credit in the titles.

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 Edit

Act 1
Concert Prologue - Murray Gold
Music of the Spheres- Doctor Who Mini Episode
Act 2

Cast Edit

Music crew Edit

Crew Edit

List of music Edit

Song Composed by Conductor Performed by Length Notes
Concert PrologueMurray GoldBen Foster 3 minutes
"Fanfare for the Common Man"Aaron CoplandStephen BellBBC Philharmonic3 minutes
All the Strange Strange CreaturesMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic4 minutes
The Torino ScaleMark-Anthony TurnageStephen BellBBC Philharmonic4 minutes
The Planets - JupiterGustav HolstStephen BellBBC Philharmonic8 minutes
The Doctor ForeverMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic4.5 minutes
RoseMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic1.5 minutes
Martha vs. the MasterMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic4.5 minutes
Music of the SpheresMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic7.5 minutes
Die Walküre - The Ride of the ValkyriesWagnerStephen BellBBC Philharmonic5 minutes
The Daleks & DavrosMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic8 minutes
Donna / Girl in the Fireplace / AstridMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic4 minutes
'Montagues and Capulets' from Romeo and JulietProkofievStephen BellBBC Philharmonic5 minutes
This is GallifreyMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic3.5 minutes
The Doctor's Theme / Song of FreedomMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic5.5 minutes
DoomsdayMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic5 minutes
Song for TenMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic4 minutes
Doctor Who themeMurray GoldBen FosterBBC Philharmonic1.5 minutes

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Home video releases Edit

DVD & Blu-ray releases Edit

The concert was released on DVD and Blu-Ray along with The Next Doctor in 2010. However, the concert is scaled down to 60 minutes on the DVD and Blu-Ray, with "Fanfare for the Common Man", "Montagues and Capulets", "The Ride of the Valkyries", "The Torino Scale", "The Planets – Jupiter" and "Song for Ten" all omitted from the DVD.

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