The BBC has revealed a brand new theme tune for the science fiction series Doctor Who.
At Cardiff’s Hoddinott Hall, on the BBC Sounds Show; an orchestra performed the new Doctor Who theme tune composed by Murray Gold and conducted by Alastair King; as part of celebrating 60 years of the franchise.
This new tune sounds like a combination of different Doctor Who themes from each Doctor’s time on the show.
The entire Doctor Who at 60 celebration concert is now available on BBC Sounds, with a duration of 1hour and 57 minutes. This concert will remain on the BBC Sounds site for 29 days, up to November 13, 2023.
Here are the detailed descriptions of the music being performed, quoted from the BBC Sounds:
‘The music includes composer Murray Gold’sbest known Doctor Who themes including I Am The Doctor, The Long Song, Dooms day and Abigall’s Song (Silence Is All You Know). The classic years of Doctor Who are alsofeatured by the Radiophonic Workshop’s Mark Ayres and Peter Howell as they hark back to the days of the Sea Devils, City of Death and The Five Doctors.’
‘And there are brand new works premiered including The Woman Who Fell To Earth, a full length suitecomposed by Segun Akinola and 3 of Murray Gold’s new works. These are heard here forthe very first time before making their debut in the new season of Doctor Who in 2024.’
Listen to the new theme tune here:
On November 1, there will also be over 800 Doctor Who episodes releasing on BBC iPlayer.