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Doctor Who website audio are audio files which appear on the main Doctor Who website. In the beginning audio content on the site was mainly clips and trailers for upcoming Big Finish and BBC Radio Collection CD releases.

Initially audio content was only available to stream in RealPlayer (.ram) format, however after the 2005 series some of it began to be made available to download as .mp3 and .wav files.

2000 Edit

Episode related to Audio Originally available
Major Bloodnok's Stomach - This sound effect from The Goon Show was created at the Radiophonic Workshop and Dick Mills worked on it. c. March 2000[1]
Dead Ringers Directory Enquiries - from Series 1 Episode 1, TX: 7 January 2000. December 2000
Bookmakers - from Series 3 Episode 3, TX: 1 December 2000.
The Locksmith - from Series 1 Episode 3, TX: 21 January 2000.
DIY
The Taxi Company
Sylvester McCoy - from Series 2 Episode 6, TX: 21 July 2000.
Dalek Invasion - from Series 2 Episode 2, TX: 23 June 2000.
The Doctor hires a caravan - from Series 2 Episode 8, TX: 4 August 2000.
The Doctor makes an insurance claim - from Series 3 Episode 5, TX: 15 December 2000.
The Bingo Hall - from Series 3 Episode 5, TX: 15 December 2000.
A very special message from the Doctor

2001 Edit

Episode related to Audio Originally available
CD Trailer - for The Mutant Phase CD. by 25 January 2001
Down in the tunnels - from the Slipback: A BBC Radio 4 Full-Cast Drama CD.
Enter Zeus - from The Myth Makers: The Original BBC Television Soundtrack CD.
Trailer - for the Storm Warning CD.
Meet The Toymaker - The Celestial Toymaker explains why he's lured the Doctor into his toyroom; from The Celestial Toymaker: The Original BBC Television Soundtrack CD. by 15 February 2001
Landing on the Moon - According to the Doctor, the TARDIS has brought Ben, Polly and Jamie to Mars. Ben isn't so sure...; from The Moonbase: The Original BBC Television Soundtrack CD. (PhotoNovel)
Trailer - for the Sword of Orion CD.
Trailer - for The Stones of Venice CD. by 10 March 2001
Trailer - for the Minuet in Hell CD.
Dan and Nick: The Wildebeest Years Dr Whoodledoo - This sketch from Dan Freedman and Nick Romero's 1998 Radio 4 series features a time-travelling cockerel called Dr Whoodledoo. It also includes the most unusual arrangement of the Doctor Who music ever - played here by chickens. by 31 March 2001
CD The TARDIS arrives - from The Highlanders: The Original BBC Television Soundtrack CD. by 5 April 2001
Trailer - for The Sirens of Time CD.
Trailer - for the Phantasmagoria CD.
Trailer - for the Whispers of Terror CD.
Trailer - for The Land of the Dead CD.
Trailer - for The Fearmonger CD.
Trailer - for The Genocide Machine CD.
Trailer - for the Red Dawn CD.
Trailer - for The Spectre of Lanyon Moor CD.
Trailer - for The Fires of Vulcan CD.
Trailer - for The Holy Terror CD.
Trailer - for the Loups-Garoux CD. by 6 May 2001
Trailer - for the Dalek Empire I: Invasion of the Daleks CD. c. May 2001
Trailer - for the Bloodtide CD. c. June 2001
Fury from the Deep Alien heartbeat (PhotoNovel) 8 June 2001
Victoria's Screams (PhotoNovel)
Death Comes to Time The Trailer (Sound Only Version) - A trailer for the special one-off audio drama, Death Comes To Time. 15 June 2001[2]
Fury from the Deep Mr Oak and Mr Quill's theme (PhotoNovel) 22 June 2001
Death Comes to Time Pilot Episode (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Prelude: The Fall of the Santine Republic - The Canisians attack.
  • Part One: Rescue - Who will save the senators?
  • Part Two: Myth - Ace has much to learn.
  • Part Three: At the Temple of the Fourth - A meeting on an abandoned planet.
  • Part Four: Golcrum - A future in medicine?
13 July 2001
Radio 4 Today - Sylvester, and John Humphries interviewing a Dalek (called Dan Freedman).
The Abominable Snowmen The Detsen Monks (PhotoNovel) 20 July 2001
The Yeti Roar (PhotoNovel)
The Yeti's sound (PhotoNovel) 27 July 2001
Yeti Control Sphere (PhotoNovel)
The Great Intelligence (PhotoNovel) 10 August 2001
The Power of the Daleks The TARDIS aids the regeneration (PhotoNovel) 7 September 2001
Mercury swamps on Vulcan (PhotoNovel)
CD Mavic Chen and the Daleks - Mavic Chen and the Daleks plot to pursue the Doctor and his companions; from The Daleks' Master Plan: The Original BBC Television Soundtrack CD. by 13 September 2001
Dead Ringers Calling Tom Baker - Tom Baker receives an unexpected call - from the Fourth Doctor... (also available on Day Seven of the BBC Cult Advent Calendar[3])
CD Trailer - for the Colditz CD. c. September 2001
The Wheel in Space The TARDIS lands (PhotoNovel) 19 October 2001
Front Row Oooo-Eeeee-Ooooow... Delia Derbyshire Remembered - The creator of the Doctor Who theme tune remembered by the BBC Radiophonic Workshops's Brian Hodgson on Radio 4's Front Row programme. by 18 November 2001
CD Trailer - for The One Doctor CD. by 19 November 2001
Regenerations It's not a childrens' show you know… - Extract from the Radio 3 play Regenerations.[4] 29 November 2001
CD Special Trailer - With their tongues places firmly in their cheeks, Big Finish have produced special trailer for The One Doctor CD. It's hilarious.[5]
The Macra Terror Heartbeat atmosphere (PhotoNovel) 30 November 2001
Colony band music (PhotoNovel)
Announcement chimes (PhotoNovel)
Colony cheerleading (PhotoNovel) 21 December 2001

2002 Edit

Episode related to Audio Originally available
The Savages Alien Winds (PhotoNovel) 4 January 2002
Distant Drums (PhotoNovel)
The Doctor displays his instrument (PhotoNovel)
Life-sucking process (PhotoNovel) 11 January 2002
The Savages are human beings too (PhotoNovel)
Who's Who? (PhotoNovel) 18 January 2002
A new leader? (PhotoNovel) 25 January 2002
CD The Leisure Hive: Extract 1 - Music composed and performed by Peter Howell; from the Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop: Volume 3 CD. c. February 2002
The Leisure Hive: Extract 2 - Music composed and performed by Peter Howell; from the Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop: Volume 3 CD.
The Leisure Hive: Extract 3 - Music composed and performed by Peter Howell; from the Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop: Volume 3 CD.
The Leisure Hive: Extract 4 - Music composed and performed by Peter Howell; from the Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop: Volume 3 CD.
Meglos: Extract 1 - Music composed and performed by Paddy Kingsland; from the Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop: Volume 4 CD.
Meglos: Extract 2 - Music composed and performed by Peter Howell; from the Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop: Volume 4 CD.
Full Circle: Extract 1 - Music composed and performed by Paddy Kingsland; from the Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop: Volume 4 CD.
Full Circle: Extract 2 - Music composed and performed by Paddy Kingsland; from the Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop: Volume 4 CD.
The Faceless Ones "Catch!" (PhotoNovel) 8 February 2002
Death Comes to Time Planet of Blood: Part One (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Valentine's Day - Something nasty in the university.
  • Out of Time, Out of Place - Antimony and the Doctor investigate.
  • Son of TARDIS - Suspicions are formed.
  • Bad Dreams - The Doctor makes a discovery.
14 February 2002
Planet of Blood: Part Two (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Horror in the City - Panic on the streets of London.
  • Eliminate the Possible - Speedwell begins to realise what he's up against.
  • Breakfast - How to remember dreams.
  • A Common Friend - The Canisian Army makes an arrest.
22 February 2002
The Faceless Ones Mirror, mirror (PhotoNovel)
Death Comes to Time Planet of Blood: Part Three (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Shopping - The hunt for the beast continues.
  • Inter-species Communication - The Doctor goes underground.
  • Saving Dr Cane - Is Dr Cane happy?
  • Nessican's Report - Nessican passes on his findings.
  • Epilogue - The Doctor realises something.
1 March 2002
The Faceless Ones In disguise (PhotoNovel)
Death Comes to Time The Child: Part One (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Glory - The Canisian conquest of Santiny is complete.
  • The Dictator's Society - Who is in control of the Canisian Empire?
  • Opposites - Is the rebellion really crushed?
  • The Minister's Gift - Can the Minister be trusted?
8 March 2002
The Faceless Ones Ben & Polly's goodbye (PhotoNovel)
Death Comes to Time The Child: Part Two (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • The Lune Forest - Ace and Casmus head towards Mount Plutarch.
  • The Minister's Treachery - Will Captain Carne accept the Minister's offer?
  • Here to Help - The TARDIS arrives on Alpha Canis One.
  • Discovery - Pilot makes his report.
15 March 2002
The Child: Part Three (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • The Deal - What will Premier Bedloe do for his child?
  • A Boring Life - Time Lords lead such boring lives...
  • A Change of Circumstance - The Doctor makes a discovery.
22 March 2002
No Child of Earth: Part One (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Water, Water - The Minister and Sala are on the run.
  • Bad Jokes - Ace has nothing to laugh about.
  • The Path - Is the Minister's conscience clear?
  • Death Metal - Tannis makes himself clear.
29 March 2002
CD Trailer - for The Time of the Daleks CD. c. April 2002
The Smugglers clip - from The Smugglers: The Original BBC Television Soundtrack CD.
Death Comes to Time No Child of Earth: Part Two (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Consider the Lillies - The hidden joys of Santiny.
  • The Minister's Destruction 1 - The rebels reach the Lurian prison camp.
  • The Minister's Destruction 2 - General Tannis makes a killing.
  • Where To Now? - The Canisian fleet has a new destination.
5 April 2002
No Child of Earth: Part Three (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Mount Plutarch - Ace and Casmus reach their destination.
  • The Kingmaker, He - Ace has an audience with the Kingmaker.
  • Goodbye to Casmus - Ace has a final test to pass.
12 April 2002
Death Comes to Time: Part One (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Anima Persis - Ace arrives on the plague planet.
  • Poor Tannis - In the garden on Gallifrey, Midas is concerned.
  • The Well of Souls - Ace braves the volcano.
  • Meet The Dead - The demons have a proposal.
  • Ace Is Reunited With The Doctor - Has Ace made the right choice?
  • Who Walks Like A Crow? - The Kingmaker has a visitor.
19 April 2002
The Web of Fear Victoria and Anne (PhotoNovel)
Death Comes to Time Death Comes to Time: Part Two (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • A Friend is Lost - The Kingmaker has bad news for the Doctor.
  • Two Friends are Lost - Ace returns to Gallifrey.
  • Three Old Friends on Santiny - The Doctor arrives on Santiny.
26 April 2002
The Web of Fear Lethbridge Stewart, I presume? (PhotoNovel)
Death Comes to Time Death Comes to Time: Part Three (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Fortune Falls - The Doctor confronts the Minister.
  • The Probe - Do Aliens exist?
  • A Great Leader and A President - General Tannis is invited to a meeting.
  • A Warm Welcome - The Canisian fleet prepares for invasion.
  • Teatime - It's time for a rest.
  • We Always Win - Cause for celebration.
  • Twilight - New adventure beckons.
3 May 2002
The Web of Fear A mole at HQ? (PhotoNovel)
Death Comes to Time General Tannis vs. John Humphrys - General Tannis (John Sessions) takes time out from his invasion of Earth to be grilled by John Humphrys on the Today programme. by 3 May 2002
The Web of Fear The Great Intelligence speaks (PhotoNovel) 10 May 2002
Blithering imbecile! (PhotoNovel) 17 May 2002
CD Trailer - for the Sarah Jane Smith: Series 1 CDs. 30 May 2002[6]
Trailer - for the ...ish CD. c. July 2002
Trailer - for The Rapture CD. c. August 2002
Real Time Real Time: Episode One (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Part One - What is the fate of the missing survey teams?
  • Part Two - What mystery lies within the temple ruins?
  • Part Three - The Doctor studies an ancient inscription.
  • Part Four - The temple's secret is revealed.
  • Part Five - There's a new arrival at the temple.
2 August 2002
Real Time: Episode Two (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Part One - The planet is under Cyber control.
  • Part Two - Why do they want the TARDIS?
  • Part Three - The Controller's plan becomes clearer.
9 August 2002
Real Time: Episode Three (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Part One - Isherwood has a proposition...
  • Part Two - The Cybermen want the TARDIS - but why?
  • Part Three - Goddard has a plan.
  • Part Four - Remembering an old song...
16 August 2002
Real Time: Episode Four (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Part One - What have they done to Ricky Allen?
  • Part Two - "Friendship is your downfall, Doctor"
  • Part Three - Playing God with time as your toy.
  • Part Four - The Controller's influence is strong.
  • Part Five - Conventional Cyber threats.
23 August 2002
Real Time: Episode Five (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Part One - Hiding among Cybermen.
  • Part Two - Morality is a luxury.
  • Part Three - Honour their faces and names.
  • Part Four - A bit of sabotage.
30 August 2002
Real Time: Episode Six (Sound Only & Low Quality Versions)
  • Part One - Article seven: comitting genocide.
  • Part Two - Considering the future.
  • Part Three - Why did you kill my friend?
  • Part Four - The historic flight.
6 September 2002
Audio Trailer - Audio trailer created by Alistair Lock. 13 September 2002[7]
Series 1 pre-TX Lorraine Heggessey - Lorraine Heggessey speaking to Simon Mayo on BBC Radio Five Live about reviving Doctor Who... 18 September 2002[8]
Real Time Doctor's send-off - Music composed and produced by Alistair Lock. 25 September 2002[9][10]
The Portal Opens - Music composed and produced by Alistair Lock.
Arrival - Music composed and produced by Alistair Lock.
Lessons in War - Music composed and produced by Alistair Lock.
Conversion - Music composed and produced by Alistair Lock.
Dreams - Music composed and produced by Alistair Lock.
The Virus - Music composed and produced by Alistair Lock.
I Can Hear Them - Music composed and produced by Alistair Lock.
CD Trailer - for The Sandman CD. 26 September 2002[11]

2003 Edit

Episode related to Audio Originally available
The Smugglers Get your dirty hands off him, mate! (PhotoNovel) 23 January 2003
A taste of Thomas Tickler (PhotoNovel) 30 January 2003
Back to the TARDIS? (PhotoNovel) 6 February 2003
The riddle is solved (PhotoNovel) 13 February 2003
Shada Shada: Episode One (Sound Only Low & High Quality Versions)
It's about a book... A dangerous book.
  • Prelude
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
2 May 2003
Shada: Episode Two (Sound Only Low & High Quality Versions)
The race to retrieve the book is on.
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
  • Part Six
9 May 2003
Shada: Episode Three (Sound Only Low & High Quality Versions)
Will the Doctor finally lose his mind?
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
16 May 2003
Shada: Episode Four (Sound Only Low & High Quality Versions)
The Doctor's death works in his favour.
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
  • Part Six
  • Part Seven
17 May 2003[12]
18 May 2003
19 May 2003
20 May 2003
21 May 2003
22 May 2003
23 May 2003
Shada: Episode Five (Sound Only Low & High Quality Versions)
Who will be first to reach Shada?
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
  • Part Six
  • Part Seven
30 May 2003
Shada: Episode Six (Sound Only Low & High Quality Versions)
The Doctor does the time walk again.
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three
  • Part Four
  • Part Five
  • Part Six
  • Part Seven
6 June 2003
Outtakes (Sound Only Low & High Quality Versions)
Some studio footage from the recording of Shada.
  • Angry Krargs One - Growling.
  • Angry Krargs Two - More growling.
  • In the sphere - The motorist.
  • In the sphere - Professor Caldera.
13 June 2003[13]
The Highlanders Gun Trouble (PhotoNovel) 27 June 2003
Alternative medicine (PhotoNovel) 4 July 2003
Flattering Ffinch (PhotoNovel) 11 July 2003
Ben's Great Escape (PhotoNovel) 18 July 2003
The Underwater Menace Prehistoric monsters? (PhotoNovel) 25 July 2003
Supreme power! (PhotoNovel) 1 August 2003
Something fishy (music clip) (PhotoNovel) 8 August 2003
The wrong trousers (PhotoNovel) 15 August 2003
Series 1 pre-TX The Radio 1 Newsbeat announcement - BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat's report on Doctor Who's return, featuring Terry (Davros) Molloy. 8 October 2003[14]
Scream of the Shalka "Coming soon..." - This 25 second trail was designed to play on BBC7. It was edited by Martin Montague. 10 November 2003[15]
Radio Trailer Short version - This 30 second trail was designed to play on BBC7. It was edited by Martin Montague.
Radio Trailer Long version - This 53 second trail was designed to play on BBC7. It was edited by Martin Montague.
Doctor Who Theme - Creation Music's 1 minute edit of the theme tune. 23 December 2003[16][17]
Mystery in Lannet - From episode one, composed by Russell Stone.
Caves - Background creepiness, composed by Russell Stone.
Invasion - Spreading menace, composed by Russell Stone.
Prime - Her theme, composed by Russell Stone.
End of the World - Episode five cliffhanger, composed by Russell Stone.
The Doctor's Theme - Sadly unused. But lovely, composed by Russell Stone.

2004 Edit

Episode related to Audio Originally available
The Enemy of the World Who are you? (PhotoNovel) 8 January 2004
Disused Yeti? (PhotoNovel) 15 January 2004
"Proof!" (PhotoNovel) 5 February 2004
Cruising for a bruising (PhotoNovel) 12 February 2004
We'll see who'll stop me! (PhotoNovel) 19 February 2004
Series 1 pre-TX Russell T Davies - Russell T Davies chats to Simon Mayo on Radio Five Live... 22 November 2004[18]

2005 Edit

Throughout the 2005 run, the website released short audio clips that could be downloaded, they were available in .mp3 and .wav formats.

BBC Worldwide released the new theme music as a ringtone in Polyphonic or Monophonic formats for WAP-enabled mobiles. It could be ordered by text or premium-rate hotline and cost around £3.[19] In September 2005 it was made available in a third format, Real Tone.[20]

Episode related to Audio Originally available
CD Extract - from the Doctor Who and the Daleks audiobook CD. 3 March 2005[21]
Series 1 pre-TX The TARDIS - Travel in time and space. c. 8 March 2005
Sting - Be scared. Be very scared. (later renamed Theme Sting)
Sonic Screwdriver - Gets you into anything.
Space Noise 1 - The final note of the theme. (later renamed Theme End)
Doctor Who theme ringtone - Officially licensed from the BBC. 26 March 2005
Rose Auton Gun - Killer shop dummies. 29 March 2005
"Run for your life" - The Doctor.
"From the North?" - Rose. (later renamed "If you're an alien...")
Bin Burp - When plastic attacks.
The End of the World Moisturise me! - Cassandra. 2 April 2005
Burn, baby! - Cassandra. (later renamed "Burn, baby, burn!")
Naughty! - Cassandra. (later renamed "I'm such a naughty thing!")
I'm too young! - Cassandra.
The Unquiet Dead Happy Medium - The Doctor's pun. (later renamed "I love a happy medium") 9 April 2005
Pity the Gelth - The Gelth.
World War Three "Naughty?" - Margaret Slitheen. 23 April 2005
"Shaking my Booty" - More Margaret.
Farting - The Doctor is interrupted. (later renamed "Would you mind not farting?")
Harriet Jones MP - She's from Flydale North.
Dalek Dalek Gun - Killer noise. 30 April 2005
Exterminate! - Dalek batle cry.
Dalek Squeak - Tortured noise.
The Empty Child "Mummy?" - The Empty Child. (later renamed "Are you my Mummy?") 21 May 2005
Empty Child 2 - The Empty Child. (later renamed "I'm scared of the bombs!")
Empty Child 3 - The Empty Child. (later renamed "Coming to find you...")
The Parting of the Ways Julie Gardner interview - The exec producer's end of season report. 17 June 2005[22]
John Barrowman interview 18 June 2005
Dalek Chorus - Exterminate! Exterminate!
Dalek Chorus 2 - "Stay where you are!"
Dalek Emperor - "You may not leave!"
"Nul Points" - The Doctor.
Fantastic... - The Ninth Doctor's Goodbye. 21 June 2005
Torchwood: Series 1 pre-TX Russell T Davies interview - Russell T Davies talks Torchwood to BBC Radio Wales. 17 October 2005[23]
Shada Shada trail - for BBC7's broadcast of Shada on 10 December 2005. 29 November 2005[24]
Regeneration Regeneration Trailer - 60 second trailer for the BBC Radio 2 documentary broadcast on 20 December 2005. 8 December 2005[25]
Shada Nick Pegg interview 13 December 2005[26]
Gary Russell interview
Jason Haigh Ellery interview
The Chimes of Midnight BBC7 Trailer - for The Chimes of Midnight.[27]
The Christmas Invasion "Am I ginger?" - The Doctor's question. 25 December 2005
"Tina the cleaner" - Jackie borrows something.
"Harriet Jones, Prime Minister" - Yes, we know who you are.
Commentary Track - by Russell T Davies, Julie Gardner and Phil Collinson.

2006 Edit

Episode related to Audio Originally available
The Christmas Invasion The New Theme - 30 second snippet of the new theme with the "middle 8" re-instated. 3 January 2006[28]
Song for Ten - sung by Tim Phillips. 10 January 2006[29]
Series 1 Julie Gardner interview - Executive Producer Julie Gardner talked to BBC Radio Wales about Doctor Who's sale to the Sci-Fi Channel in America. 13 January 2006[30]
New Earth "I'm a Chav!" - Cassandra. 15 April 2006
"You like it" - Cassandra.
"I'm a walking doodle." - Cassandra.
Commentary Track - by David Tennant, Russell T Davies, and Phil Collinson.
Tooth and Claw "Och Aye!" - Rose. 22 April 2006
"James McCrimmon" - The Doctor.
"Howl!" - Werewolf.
"I am not amused!" - Queen Victoria.
"Your Majesty!" - Queen Victoria.
Commentary Track - by David Tennant, Simon Winstone and Derek Riddell.
School Reunion "Do try the chips" - Mr Finch. 29 April 2006
"Bad dog!" - Mr Finch.
"Ignore the shooty dog thing!" - Finch.
"Affirmative, Master" - K9.
"Maximum defence mode!" - K9.
"Power supply failing..." - K9.
Commentary Track - by Helen Raynor, Eugene Washington and Phil Collinson.
The Girl in the Fireplace "Tick-tock" - Clockwork Robots. 6 May 2006
Commentary Track - by Noel Clarke and Steven Moffat.
Rise of the Cybermen "You will be deleted" - Cyberman. 13 May 2006
"You will become like us" - Cyberman.
"Stomp!" - Cybermen.
"You are not compatible" - Cyberman.
"A free upgrade" - Cyberman.
"We are Human.2" - Cyberman.
"This is the Age of Steel" - Cyberman.
"Trust me on this!" - Peter Tyler.
Commentary Track - by Graeme Harper, Neill Gorton and Rob Mayor.
The Age of Steel Commentary Track - by Noel Clarke, Camille Coduri and Shaun Dingwall. 20 May 2006
The Idiot's Lantern "Are you sitting comfortably?" - The Wire. 27 May 2006
"Feed me!" - The Wire.
"Goodnight children, everywhere" - The Wire.
"The Wire is hungry!" - The Wire.
"Hahahahahahaha!" - The Wire.
Music While You Work - The Wire.
"Here we go gathering nuts in May" - The Wire.
"Time for tea!" - The Wire.
Commentary Track - by Ron Cook, Louise Page and Sheelagh Wells.
The Impossible Planet "Don't turn around..." - The Beast. 3 June 2006
"We must feed!" - The Ood.
"And you will worship him!" - The Ood.
"The Beast shall rise..." - The Ood.
"Your kindness is much appreciated" - The Ood.
"We are the legion of the Beast" - The Ood.
Commentary Track - by MyAnna Buring, James Strong, and Mike Valentine.
The Satan Pit Commentary Track - by Russell T Davies, Peter McKinstry, and Gareth Skelding. 10 June 2006
Love & Monsters "Eczeema" - Kennedy. 17 June 2006
"Fetch a spade!" - The Doctor.
"Clom!" - Abzorbaloff.
"Someone wants a word with you" - The Doctor.
"You upset my mum" - Rose.
Commentary Track - by Russell T Davies, Phil Collinson, and Susie Liggat.
Fear Her Commentary Track - by Euros Lyn, Abisola Agbaje and Steffan Morris. 24 June 2006
Army of Ghosts Commentary Track - by Russell T Davies and Matt Savage. 1 July 2006
Doomsday "Exterminate!" - Dalek. 8 July 2006
Dalek Gun - Dalek.
"Delete" - Cyberman.
"Upgrade" - Cyberman.
"You will be exterminated!" - Dalek.
"You are the Doctor" - Dalek.
"Dalek Thay" - Dalek Thay.
"Dalek Sec" - Black Dalek.
Commentary Track - by Russell T Davies, Julie Gardner and Phil Collinson.
CD Extract - from The Stone Rose audiobook CD. 25 September 2006[31]
The Runaway Bride Song for Ten - The original full-length version, composed, performed and produced by Murray Gold with vocals by Tim Phillips. (Adventure Calendar) 4 December 2006
Army of Ghosts 1 - Music cue not released on Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack. (Adventure Calendar) 15 December 2006
Army of Ghosts 2 - Music cue not released on Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack. (Adventure Calendar)
Extract - from Jo Whiley Meets Doctor Who, a 3 hour BBC Radio 1 special broadcast on 25 December 2006. (Adventure Calendar) 20 December 2006
Podcast Teaser - from The Runaway Bride commentary track. (Adventure Calendar) 24 December 2006
Commentary Track - by David Tennant and Julie Gardner. 25 December 2006

2007 Edit

Episode related to Audio Originally available
CD Extract 1 - The Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon; from The Gunfighters: The Original BBC Television Soundtrack CD. 6 February 2007[32]
Extract 2 - Peter Purves interview; from The Gunfighters: The Original BBC Television Soundtrack CD.
Smith and Jones "No! Kro! Blo! Sho! Ro!!" - Judoon-speak. 31 March 2007
"Sentence: Execution!" - Judoon leader.
Scanner - Judoon Gadget.
"You will be catalogued" - Judoon leader.
"Judoon Platoon upon the Moon!" - The Doctor.
"It's a screwdriver. It's sonic" - The Doctor.
Commentary Track - by Freema Agyeman and Phil Collinson. (Audio Podcast)
The Shakespeare Code "Woah, Nelly" - Martha. 7 April 2007
"Hey, Nonny, Nonny" - Shakespeare.
"Creature, I name you... Carrionite" - The Doctor.
"Shut your big fat mouths!" - Shakespeare.
"To be or not to be..." - Shakespeare.
"Off with his head!" - Queen Elizabeth.
Commentary Track - by Julie Gardner, Gareth Roberts & Charles Palmer. (Audio Podcast)
Gridlock "Salutations!" - Sally Calypso. 14 April 2007
"Pretty well dressed for a hitchhiker" - Brannigan.
"You've brought me to the slums?" - Martha.
"I'm not just a time Lord..." - The Doctor.
"You are not alone!" - The Face of Boe.
Commentary Track - by David Tennant, Russell T Davies and Dave Houghton. (Audio Podcast)
Daleks in Manhattan "Hands in the air!" - Tallulah. 21 April 2007
"I am Dalek Sec" - Dalek Sec.
"I am a human Dalek" - Dalek Sec.
"Squeeeeeaaaal!" - Pig Slave.
"Inside that shell..." - The Doctor.
Commentary Track - by James Strong and Phil Collinson. (Audio Podcast)
Evolution of the Daleks "The Doctor Must Die!" - Dalek. 28 April 2007
"The cleverest Dalek ever..." - The Doctor.
"First Floor, Perfumery." - The Doctor.
"I know you got a thing for show tunes..." - Tallulah.
"Emergency Temporal Shift!" - Dalek Caan.
"Humans, with Dalek DNA?" - Martha.
Commentary Track - by James Strong and Mike Jones. (Audio Podcast)
The Lazarus Experiment "I changed the course of history" - Lazarus. 5 May 2007
"Lovely to meet you. Mrs Jones..." - The Doctor.
"...choking on an olive" - Party guest.
"...changed what it means to be human" - The Doctor.
"Facing death is part of being human" - The Doctor.
"Reversing the polarity..." - The Doctor.
Commentary Track - by Reggie Yates and Will Cohen. (Audio Podcast)
42 "42 minutes precisely" - Pentallian computer. 19 May 2007
"You don't know the Doctor..." - Martha.
"Burn with me Martha" - The Doctor.
"Burn with me" - Korwin.
"Jettisoning Pod" - Pentallian computer.
"Mr Saxon will be very grateful" - Sinister Woman.
Commentary Track - by Phil Collinson, Michelle Collins and Anthony Flanagan. (Audio Podcast)
Human Nature "...You're completely human Sir" - Martha. 26 May 2007
"You had to go and fall in love..." - Martha.
"Is that in Ireland?" - Joan.
"Two hearts..." - Smith.
"Mother of Mine, embrace her" - Baines.
"Martha, this watch is me" - The Doctor.
Commentary Track - by Freema Agyeman, Ailsa Berk and Thomas Sangster. (Audio Podcast)
The Family of Blood "He's like fire and ice and rage..." - Tim. 2 June 2007
"We are the Family Of Blood" - Baines.
"Headmaster, Sir!" - Baines.
"Everything that John Smith was..." - The Doctor.
"So funny" - Little Girl.
Commentary Track - by Paul Cornell, Danny Hargreaves and Ruari Mears. (Audio Podcast)
Blink "Don't blink!" - The Doctor. 9 June 2007
"The moon landing's brilliant!" - Martha.
"You live in Scooby Doo's house!" - Larry.
"Security Protocol 712" - The Doctor.
"Timey Wimey detector" - The Doctor.
Commentary Track - by Julie Gardner, Andy Pryor and Finlay Robertson. (Audio Podcast)
Utopia "Good to see you..." - Jack / The Doctor. 16 June 2007
"Captain Jack Harkness..." - Jack / The Doctor.
"Chan Chan Tho Tho" - Chantho.
"I am the Master" - The Master.
"New voice..." - The Master.
Commentary Track - by Phil Collinson, Louise Page and Arwel Wyn Jones. (Audio Podcast)
The Sound of Drums "In the mountains of Solace and Solitude..." - The Doctor. 23 June 2007
"Here. Come. The. Drums!" - The Master.
"It's like you fancy someone..." - The Doctor.
"It's a gas mask!" - The Master.
"Let the work of Government begin!" - The Master.
"Laser screwdriver - who'd have sonic?" - The Master.
"We like the Mister Master" - Toclafane.
Commentary Track - by Freema Agyeman, Trevor Laird and Gugu Mbatha-Raw. (Audio Podcast)
Last of the Time Lords "Martha Jones you saved the world" - The Doctor. 30 June 2007
"The Face of Boe they called me" - Captain Jack.
"How about that, I win" - The Master.
"Sol 3 is now entering terminal extinction..." - Status Computer.
"I've seen him, I know him, I love him!" - Martha Jones.
"Doctor, Doctor, Doctor!" - Everyone.
Commentary Track - by Russell T Davies, Julie Gardner and Phil Collinson. (Audio Podcast)
CD Extract - from Doctor Who and the Cave-Monsters audiobook CD. 7 August 2007[33]
Extract - from Doctor Who and the Doomsday Weapon audiobook CD.
Extract - from The Glittering Storm audiobook CD. 1 October 2007[34]
Extract - from The Thirteenth Stone audiobook CD.
Time Crash "Check out this bone structure..." - 10th Doctor. 16 November 2007
"Not a lot of men can carry off..." - 10th Doctor.
"A fan!" - 5th Doctor.
"Wibbly Wobbly, Timey Wimey" - 10th Doctor and 5th Doctor.
"You were my Doctor" - 10th Doctor.
Voyage of the Damned The Old Rugged Cross - Music cue not released on Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack, Series 3. (Adventure Calendar) 6 December 2007
Podcast Teaser - from Voyage of the Damned commentary track. (Adventure Calendar) 23 December 2007
"Stowaway" - The Doctor. 25 December 2007
"Astrid Peth" - Astrid.
Bannakaffalatta - Bannakaffalatta.
"The great god Santa" - Mr Copper.
"Max Capricorn Cruise Liners" - Max Capricorn.
"Information. Kill, kill, kill!" - Heavenly Host.
"Sol 3" - Announcer.
Commentary Track - by Russell T Davies, Julie Gardner and Phil Collinson.
(Avalible in full length or four 20 minute parts.)[35]

2008 Edit

Episode related to Audio Originally available
Partners in Crime "This is your one chance..." 5 April 2008
"I hardly think you can stop bullets"
"You're not mating with me, sunshine!"
"The fat just walks away"
"100 per cent legal, 100 per cent effective"
Commentary Track - by David Tennant, Catherine Tate and Phil Collinson.
The Fires of Pompeii "Radio Trailer" 12 April 2008
"Pyrovile, Pyrovile, Pyrovile!"
"Doctor, she is returning"
"She's from... Barcelona"
"Veni vidi vici"
"I am Spartacus"
Commentary Track - by James Moran, Francois Pandolfo and James North.
Planet of the Ood "Radio Trailer" 19 April 2008
"Doctor, Donna, friends!"
"The circle must be broken"
"Humanity defines us, sir..."
"If your Ood is happy, you'll be happy too"
"We're so not married!"
Commentary Track - by Susie Liggat, Keith Temple and Paul Kasey.
The Sontaran Stratagem "Great big Outer Space dunce!" 26 April 2008
"I don't do orders"
"I am General Staal..."
"Doctor, it's Martha..."
"Sontar - ha!"
Commentary Track - by Freema Agyeman, Helen Raynor and Ruari Mears.
The Poison Sky "The whole planet's choking..." 3 May 2008
"They're running like slimebait..."
"A brand new start..."
"Back of the neck!"
"Are you my mummy?"
Commentary Track - by Catherine Tate, Ryan Sampson and Julie Gardner.
The Doctor's Daughter "What you gonna do...." 10 May 2008
"Bubble, Bubble..."
"He saves planets..."
"I'm Dr Martha Jones..."
"Hello, Dad!"
Commentary Track - by David Tennant, Russell T Davies and Alice Troughton.
The Unicorn and the Wasp "Solving a murder..." 17 May 2008
"Noddy's not real, is he?"
"...Flapper or slapper?"
"The thrill is in the chase..."
"Ginger Beer!"
Commentary Track - by Gareth Roberts, Graeme Harper and Tom Goodman-Hill.
Silence in the Library "Hello, sweetie!" 31 May 2008
"Reminder - the library has been breached"
"I'm pretty boy?"
"Stay out of the shadows..."
"Donna Noble has left the library"
"Hey, who turned out the lights?"
Commentary Track - by Euros Lyn and Phil Collinson.
Forest of the Dead "I trust that man..." 7 June 2008
"These are our forests"
"4022 people..."
"..always stay near the door"
"...I've been dieting"
Commentary Track - by Russell T Davies, David Tennant and Steven Moffat.
Midnight "Throw him out / throw him out..." 14 June 2008
"Something sort of dark..."
"Shamble Bobble Dibble Dooble"
"What's this, chicken or beef?"
"Knock, Knock"
Commentary Track - by Julian Howarth, Paul McFadden and Bryn Thomas.
Turn Left "What two words?..." 21 June 2008
"...I'm nothing special"
"It's coming Donna..."
"The Doctor's Dead..."
"Donna, the stars are going out"
Commentary Track - by Graeme Harper, Tracie Simpson and Nick Murray.
The Stolen Earth "I'm regenerating..." 28 June 2008
"Your voice is different..."
"The Doctor is coming..."
"Harriet Jones, former Prime Minister"
"Right, now we're in trouble..."
Commentary Track - by Nicholas Briggs, Barnaby Edwards and Nick Pegg.
Journey's End "Never forget, Doctor. You did this..." 5 July 2008
"I saw the Daleks..."
"They all seem to converge... On you!"
"The Dalek Crucible! All aboard!"
"Exterminieren! Exterminieren!"
"The TARDIS has been destroyed..."
Commentary Track - by Julie Gardner and Phil Collinson.
The Runaway Bride "Gallifrey lives on..." 8 December 2008
"Word of advice, Santa!"
"With this ring I thee..."
"Fire at will!"
"This Planet Shall Be Scorched!"
The Next Doctor U.N.I.T., The Sontaran Stratagem - Music cue not released on Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack, Series 4. (Adventure Calendar) 16 December 2008
Podcast Teaser - from The Next Doctor commentary track. (Adventure Calendar) 22 December 2008
"Let The New Industrial Revolution Begin" 25 December 2008
"T.A.R.D.I.S."
"You Will Be Heralded in the New Age..."
"Bit of a Legend"
"I'm The Doctor!"
Commentary Track - by Russell T Davies and Julie Gardner.

2009 Edit

Episode related to Audio Originally available
Planet of the Dead "I'll step inside this police box..." 11 April 2009
"Chirrup, Chirp!"
"100 Malcolms..."
"Lady Christina de Souza"
"So Many Voices..."
Commentary Track - by David Tennant, James Strong and Julie Gardner.
The Waters of Mars Commentary Track - by David Tennant, Russell T Davies and Julie Gardner. 15 November 2009
The End of Time, Part One The Wonder of Balloons- Music cue from The Next Doctor composed by Murray Gold. (Adventure Calendar) 12 December 2009
Extract - from Who on Who?, a 1 hour BBC Radio 2 special broadcast on 29 December 2009. (Adventure Calendar) 18 December 2009
Podcast Teaser - from The End of Time, Part One commentary track. (Adventure Calendar) 25 December 2009
Commentary Track - by Russell T Davies and Julie Gardner.

2010 Edit

Episode related to Audio Originally available
The End of Time, Part Two Podcast Teaser - from The End of Time, Part Two commentary track. (Adventure Calendar) 1 January 2010
Commentary Track - by Russell T Davies and Julie Gardner.
Dreamland Commentary Track - by Phil Ford and Gary Russell. 26 January 2010[36]

External links Edit

Footnotes Edit

  1. Dick Mills and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. bbc.co.uk (19 May 2000). Retrieved on 10 February 2019.
  2. Death Comes to Time Trailer. bbc.co.uk (10 June 2001). Retrieved on 2 February 2019.
  3. Cult Advent Calendar - What's behind today's window? Day Seven. bbc.co.uk (7 December 2001). Retrieved on 16 February 2019.
  4. It's not a children's show.... bbc.co.uk (29 November 2001). Retrieved on 9 February 2019.
  5. New One Doctor Trailer. bbc.co.uk (29 November 2001). Retrieved on 12 February 2019.
  6. Sarah Jane trailer exclusive. bbc.co.uk (30 May 2002). Retrieved on 9 February 2019.
  7. Real Time Extra. bbc.co.uk (13 September 2002). Retrieved on 3 February 2019.
  8. Hegessey discusses Who future. bbc.co.uk (18 September 2002). Retrieved on 9 February 2019.
  9. Real Time music. bbc.co.uk (25 September 2002). Retrieved on 12 February 2019.
  10. Real Time Music. bbc.co.uk. Retrieved on 12 February 2019.
  11. Covers and clips. bbc.co.uk (26 September 2002). Retrieved on 5 February 2019.
  12. Week of Shada. bbc.co.uk (16 May 2003). Retrieved on 3 February 2019.
  13. Shada extras. bbc.co.uk (13 June 2003). Retrieved on 3 February 2019.
  14. Dialling Davros. bbc.co.uk (8 October 2003). Retrieved on 12 February 2019.
  15. BBC7 Shalka trailers. bbc.co.uk (10 November 2003). Retrieved on 12 February 2019.
  16. Shalka puppet theatre. bbc.co.uk (23 December 2003). Retrieved on 12 February 2019.
  17. Scream of the Shalka Music. bbc.co.uk. Retrieved on 12 February 2019.
  18. Radio Russell. bbc.co.uk (22 November 2004). Retrieved on 13 February 2019.
  19. You could say the Doctor’s Tardis was the original mobile phone.. bbcworldwide.com (28 March 2005). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  20. You could say the Doctor’s Tardis was the original mobile phone.. bbcworldwide.com (25 September 2005). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  21. Dalek CD extract. bbc.co.uk (3 March 2005). Retrieved on 9 February 2019.
  22. Julie Gardner interview. bbc.co.uk (17 June 2005). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  23. Torchwood on BBC Three. bbc.co.uk (17 October 2005). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  24. Shada trail. bbc.co.uk (29 November 2005). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  25. Radio 2: Regeneration Trailer. bbc.co.uk (8 December 2005). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  26. Extra Shada. bbc.co.uk (13 December 2005). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  27. Chimes of Midnight. bbc.co.uk (13 December 2005). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  28. The New Theme. bbc.co.uk (3 January 2006). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  29. Hear the Christmas Song. bbc.co.uk (10 January 2006). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  30. Julie talks America. bbc.co.uk (13 January 2006). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  31. The Stone Rose. bbc.co.uk (25 September 2006). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  32. The Gunfighters. bbc.co.uk (6 February 2007). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  33. Incredible Hulke. bbc.co.uk (7 August 2007). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  34. The Sarah Jane Audios. bbc.co.uk (1 October 2007). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  35. Commentaries. bbc.co.uk (25 December 2007). Retrieved on 14 February 2019.
  36. Revisit Dreamland!. bbc.co.uk (26 January 2010). Retrieved on 9 February 2019.
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