This is the third Doctor Who Prom since 2008, at which the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and a goosebump-raising 120-piece choir perform incidental music from the series, each piece accompanied by a montage of Doctor Who clips that have been edited into pop promos.
It covers up some pretty bland music. How do lengthy commutes impact your health?
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Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. We cheer each time a Cyberman, Judoon or Whisperman marches down an aisle. Unfortunately lots of young twerps in the audience are giving it a go, at a show that's more like a Doctor Who fan convention than a normal Prom. Frankly, we're in the kind of mood where we'll enjoy anything. British Broadcasting Corporation Home. Find out more about page archiving.
Matt Smith is, of course, guest of honour. Reuse this content. Ontario clinic using ketamine to treat depression.
A doctor checks a patient with a stethoscope in Stuttgart, Germany, Monday, April 28, 2008. Most popular. Although we can't bring you the Doctor Who Prom online, by following the links on the right you can enjoy the music of Murray Gold, watch an interview with Russell T Davies about the event and learn more Sir Henry Wood, founder of the Promenade Concerts.
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