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'''"The Doctor's Theme"''' is a piece of music composed by [[Murray Gold]] for ''[[Doctor Who]]''. It served as a main musical motif for the [[War Doctor|War]], [[Ninth Doctor|Ninth]], [[Tenth Doctor|Tenth]], [[Eleventh Doctor|Eleventh]], and [[Twelfth Doctor]]. It first appeared in the [[Series 1 (Doctor Who)|series 1]] episode ''[[Rose (TV story)|Rose]]''. In [[Series 3 (Doctor Who)|series 3]], it was somewhat superseded by "[[The Doctor Forever]]", but returned in a new arrangement for [[Series 4 (Doctor Who)|series 4]]. The signature notes from "[[The Doctor's Theme]]" are heard as part of "[[Turn Left (TV story)|Turn Left]]" and "[[Vale Decem]]" immediately after the [[Tenth Doctor]] speaks his final words and begins to regenerate in [[TV]]: ''[[The End of Time (TV story)|The End of Time Part 2]]''.
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'''"The Doctor's Theme"''' is a piece of music composed by [[Murray Gold]] for ''[[Doctor Who]]''. It served as a main musical motif for [[the Doctor]], mostly associated with his "dark and private history" and him fighting in the [[time war]]. It first appeared in the [[Series 1 (Doctor Who)|series 1]] episode ''[[Rose (TV story)|Rose]]''. In [[Series 3 (Doctor Who)|series 3]], it was somewhat superseded by "[[The Doctor Forever]]", but returned in a new arrangement for [[Series 4 (Doctor Who)|series 4]]. The signature notes from "[[The Doctor's Theme]]" are heard as part of "[[Turn Left (TV story)|Turn Left]]" and "[[Vale Decem]]" immediately after the [[Tenth Doctor]] speaks his final words and begins to regenerate in [[TV]]: ''[[The End of Time (TV story)|The End of Time Part 2]]''.
   
 
In [[Series 5 (Doctor Who)|series 5]] it was first used in the episode [[The Hungry Earth (TV story)|''The Hungry Earth'']] as the drill is first shown on a monitor. It can later be heard briefly in [[The Pandorica Opens (TV story)|''The Pandorica Opens'']].
 
In [[Series 5 (Doctor Who)|series 5]] it was first used in the episode [[The Hungry Earth (TV story)|''The Hungry Earth'']] as the drill is first shown on a monitor. It can later be heard briefly in [[The Pandorica Opens (TV story)|''The Pandorica Opens'']].
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=== ''Torchwood'' ===
 
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"The Doctor's Theme" is a piece of music composed by Murray Gold for Doctor Who. It served as a main musical motif for the Doctor, mostly associated with his "dark and private history" and him fighting in the time war. It first appeared in the series 1 episode Rose. In series 3, it was somewhat superseded by "The Doctor Forever", but returned in a new arrangement for series 4. The signature notes from "The Doctor's Theme" are heard as part of "Turn Left" and "Vale Decem" immediately after the Tenth Doctor speaks his final words and begins to regenerate in TV: The End of Time Part 2.

In series 5 it was first used in the episode The Hungry Earth as the drill is first shown on a monitor. It can later be heard briefly in The Pandorica Opens.

In the series 6 episode The Impossible Astronaut, right before the Teselecta is shot again, this theme can be heard as part of the track "1969". In the episode A Good Man Goes to War, this theme is played in the background when the Eleventh Doctor and Vastra are discussing how a Time Lord could be used as a weapon.

In The Day of the Doctor it appears when the Moment is talking to the War Doctor about his punishment and a second time when the Doctor reads the Letter from Queen Elizabeth. It is later heard again in The Time of the Doctor, in the section of "Never tell me the rules" while the Doctor is making his speech atop the clock tower.

In series 8 it appeared only once in the episode Into the Dalek, while the Doctor and Clara are arguing about whether a Dalek can be good or not.

Signature notes are spattered throughout Hell Bent, culminating in the full use of the music when a Gallifreyan woman recognises the Doctor as he stands in the old barn from his childhood. Later in series 9 it was used in the episode The Husbands of River Song when photos of all the Doctor's faces were shown.

"The Doctor's Theme" was heard briefly in The Sarah Jane Adventures episodes The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith and The Mad Woman in the Attic. It was also quoted in the Torchwood episodes Day One, Captain Jack Harkness and End of Days.

The piece appears in the first Class episode, For Tonight We Might Die , when Quill describes how the Doctor saved her on Rhodia. It later reappears when the Doctor himself arrives near the end of the episode, punctuating his own theme tunes, "A Good Man?"

"The Doctor's Theme" was originally referred to by the production team as "Flavia's Theme", based on the idea that it was the voice of Flavia singing from the Time Vortex.

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