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Doctor Who Prom Reviews

Drum roll please…the verdict for the Doctor Who Prom at this years BBC proms is…cymbal crash… Excellent.  Though while the spectacle was loved by children and similarly excited parents, some reviewers have scoff at the event calling it a “Pantomime.” The Guardian while quick to praise any event that tries to foster a love of classical music in…

Moffat Tears Into Press Lies

Doctor Who Executive Producer Steven Moffat has given an exclusive interview to HeyUGuys.co.uk about his well-received Sherlock re-imagining (co-written with Mark Gatiss) and of course Doctor Who. There is plenty to read, from The Grand Moff’s thoughts on Russell T Davies’ The Writer’s Tale to the future of British television and his own future, as…

iSay!

Doctor Who has conquered the BBC’s iPlayer for a third consecutive month. June’s figures show that the final four episodes of the season dominated the listings despite a live and catch-up  TV service boost from the 2010 World Cup. Top of the list was The Pandorica Opens with 1.3 million requests followed by The Lodger, Vincent and the Doctor and…

Prom-p and Circumstance.

Fanfare please; this Saturday sees the Worlds Greatest Classical Music Festival meet the Worlds Greatest Television show, when Doctor Who invades the Royal Albert Hall for the BBC Proms 2010. Matt Smith , Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvil will host ‘an intergalactic musical adventure’ featuring such music of show composer Murray Gold as; Mad Man in a Blue Box,…

The Daleks At BBC Proms 2010

During what will probably be the intermission for the Doctor Who Prom, a twenty minute segment detailing much of Doctor Who’s musical history will air on BBC Radio 3: “How do you make a sink-plunger seem scary? Matthew Sweet investigates  the weird and wonderful sound world of Doctor Who’s incidental music. “Matthew Sweet spent the…

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