Living in Australia, and not the United Kingdom, I am going to be honest and say that I'm a bit hazy in the area of the Doctor Who Prom. So, I'm going to leave it up to the experts. Below is a summary of the Doctor Who Prom from Doctor Who Hideout!
The first Doctor Who themed Prom will begin in a few hours at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The Prom is presented by Doctor Who and Torchwood Actress, Freema Agyeman, and will run for approximately two hours, starting at Eleven o’clock in the Morning on BBC Radio Three.Many thanks Axlart!
- Murray Gold Concert Prologue (3 mins)
- Copland Fanfare for the Common Man (3 mins)
- Murray Gold All The Strange Strange Creatures (4 mins)
- Mark-Anthony Turnage The Torino Scale (UK premiere) (4 mins)
- Holst The Planets - Jupiter (8 mins)
- Murray Gold The Doctor Forever (4.30 mins)
- Murray Gold Rose (1.30 mins)
- Murray Gold Martha v The Master (4.30 mins)
- Murray Gold Music of the Spheres (including theme original) (7.30 mins)
- Wagner Die Walkure - The Ride of the Valkyries (5 mins)
- Murray Gold The Daleks & Davros (8 mins)
- Murray Gold Donna, Girl in Fireplace, Astrid (4 mins)
- Prokofiev 'Montagues and Capulets' from Romeo and Juliet (5 mins)
- Murray Gold This is Gallifrey (3.30 mins)
- Murray Gold Doctor's Theme / Song for Freedom (5.30 mins)
- Murray Gold Doomsday (5 mins)
- Murray Gold Song for Ten (4 mins)
- Murray Gold Doctor Who Theme (1.30 mins)
It will be made available on BBC iPlayer until the Third of August. A special scene for the Proms written by Russell T Davies will premiere and made available on the Official Website for a few days after. The Scene, Music of Spheres, will star David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor and Jimmy Vee as the returning Graske.