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BBC Proms 2008


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Doctor Who Prom
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Freema Agyeman (alias Martha Jones from Doctor Who), with Noel Clarke and Camille Coduri , takes listeners on an intergalactic journey. Melanie Pappenheim (singer), Tim Phillips (singer), Murray Gold Band, London
Philharmonic Choir, BBC Philharmonic, conductors Ben Foster and Stephen Bell Murray Gold Concert Prologue
Copland Fanfare for the Common Man
Murray Gold All the Strange, Strange Creatures Mark-Anthony Turnaqe The Torino Scale (first UK performance)
Hoist Jupiter (The Planets)
Murray Gold The Doctor Forever; Companions: Rose and Martha; David Tennant Scene
11.40 Twenty Minutes: Let's Do the Time Warp Again Science fiction writer Justina Robson explores the many meanings of Doctor Who.
12.05 Wagner The Ride of the Valkyries (Die Walkure) Murray Gold Dalek Suite and Davros; Companions: Astrid, Donna, Girl in the Fireplace and Cassandra Prokofiev Montagues and Capulets (Romeo and Juliet)
Murray Gold This Is Gallifrey; Ood Song;
Doomsday; Song for Ten; Doctor Who Theme Radio features: pages 118-119


Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Martha Jones
Unknown: Noel Clarke
Unknown: Camille Coduri
Singer: Melanie Pappenheim
Singer: Tim Phillips
Conductors: Ben Foster
Conductors: Stephen Bell
Unknown: David Tennant
Unknown: Justina Robson

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