Running order for Doctor Who Proms released

July 22nd, 2010
Warning! This article and its comments may contain spoilers...
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The BBC Proms website has released the running order for the highly-anticipated Doctor Who concerts – hosted by Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill, with a special guest appearace from the Doctor himself, Matt Smith – taking place this weekend at the Royal Albert Hall.

The first concert will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 on Saturday from 19:30, with the second taking place on Sunday at 11:00. You can view the running order below, but watch out as it may contain spoilers.

Doctor Who Proms 2010 Running Order

  • Murray Gold – The Mad Man With A Box (Prologue)
  • Murray Gold – An Untimely Arrival
  • John Adams - Short Ride in a Fast Machine
  • Murray Gold – I Am The Doctor
  • William Walton – Overture (Portsmouth Point)
  • Gustav Holst – The Planet – ‘Mars’
  • Murray Gold – Battle in the Skies (Daleks vs. Spitfires)

— INTERVAL —

  • Carl Orff – Carmina burana – ‘O Fortuna’
  • Murray Gold - Amy
  • Murray Gold -Liz, Lizards, Vampires and Vincent
  • Richard Wagner - Die Walküre – ‘The Ride of the Valkyries’
  • Murray Gold - This is Gallifrey/Vale decem
  • Murray Gold - Pandorica Suite
  • Murray Gold - Song of Freedom
  • Ron Grainer arr., Murray Gold - The Doctor Who Theme
14 comments on this article
  1. Lee
    July 22nd, 2010 at 11.57am | #1

    Thanks very much for reporting!

  2. JC
    July 22nd, 2010 at 12.00pm | #2

    Hmm, mostly Season 5 music. I suppose that’s ok if you’re a Season 5 fan, but if you’re kind of lukewarm about it like I am, this Running Order is……..at least missable, personally.

  3. pirko
    July 22nd, 2010 at 12.35pm | #3

    I agree with JC. To be honest the only one I would love to hear is Vale Decem. I’m still hoping they release that on CD. Speaking of which, is there any sort of word on whether they will release a new soundtrack?

  4. Steve
    July 22nd, 2010 at 4.10pm | #4

    People are never happy are they!!! This is an overview of music from the last year. Previous music was overviews from that year. Doctor Who has moved on, it’s time these fans did as well!

  5. Ruby
    July 22nd, 2010 at 4.58pm | #5

    I really do hope they release a Specials Soundtrack! WOM and Ten’s last episodes really did include some great tracks (I especially loved the track that was used when he was visiting his friends, thought that was beautiful!)
    But if your not really a fan of series five (like me) I dont think that list is very impressive

  6. Danny
    July 22nd, 2010 at 6.29pm | #6

    well, I am a fan of series five, and all the previous ones too. I am taking my daughter to see this on sunday and we are both REALLY looking forward to it. This line up looks great and I’m sure there will be a few surprises too.
    If you’re really not a fan, then don’t go, and don’t bother listening on saturday night either. You grumpy lot.

  7. TSG
    July 22nd, 2010 at 6.35pm | #7

    The thing is, they’ve done the previous series’ music at the last Doctor Who Proms. Not all of it, I know, but I’m personally very much looking forward to this. It’ll be nice to hear Amy’s theme in its distilled version.

  8. TE
    July 22nd, 2010 at 7.54pm | #8

    Love the setlist! Personally, I’m not too keen on having This is Gallifrey and Song of Freedom return when there are other Series Five compositions which could be used.

  9. Glenn
    July 23rd, 2010 at 11.34am | #9

    JC and pirko aren’t happy??!?! I’m shocked. ::rolls eyes::

    Can’t wait to see it personally.

  10. JC
    July 23rd, 2010 at 1.42pm | #10

    Are you serious Glenn?……ooooook then

  11. JC
    July 23rd, 2010 at 1.47pm | #11

    I aint a Season 5 fan, that’s all. I lived with it, I liked bits of it but I was far from impressed, that’s documented everywhere over this site.

    I’m not afraid to be negative, I’m not afraid to criticise stuff down to the bone, but I’m also able to balance that out with positive stuff too, so not all my posts are 100% negative.

  12. TSG
    July 23rd, 2010 at 5.28pm | #12

    @TE
    This is Gallifrey is my favourite pre-s5 piece. I absolutely adore it. Madame de Pompadour, too, gets listened to a lot. What about everyone else? Do you have favourites?

  13. pirko
    July 23rd, 2010 at 9.48pm | #13

    @ Glenn

    woah woah woah i never said i was not looking forward to it. I happened to like some of the music for series 5 (amys theme, the trailer music etc). I was just saying I was looking forward to the Vale decem part.

  14. Godmaker88
    July 26th, 2010 at 11.57pm | #14

    the reason song of freedom and this is gallifrey were on at this years prom was that they heald a vote on the Doctor Who website to determine what are the fans best musical moments (i personally voted for song for freedom-even got my name on the site :) ), and it so happens that those two and the song played during the recent regeneration and also the song played during matts doctor being trapped in the pandorica were also in the running, but ultimately it was fan votes that got the to first themes in this Prom (just for clarification if anyone needed it)

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