Doctor Who Logo The Proms 2010
'The Proms Cutaway 2')

by Steven Moffat
The Doctor and Ellis

The TARDIS malfunctions and transports the Doctor to the Albert Hall in 2207, where he discovers an alien explosive device set to blow up the building. The Doctor manages to remove the device, but then things go wrong and he and the bomb are sent back in time to 2010, arriving in the middle of one of ‘The Proms’ performances. With the aid of a member of the audience, a plucky young boy named Ellis, the Doctor manages to defuse the explosive device, and he sets off to dispose of it safely…

Matt Smith (The Doctor), Ellis (Himself)

Directed by Toby Haynes
Produced by Annabella Hurst-Brown
Executive Producer Steven Moffat
A BBC Wales production

TX (BBC 3):
6th September 2010
(Within 'The Proms'-'Doctor Who' concert, 8.30 pm - 9.30 pm)

*Featuring the Eleventh Doctor

*This specially-written mini-adventure was seven minutes long

*For the second performance of this Prom, Matt Smith chose a young boy named Ben (who was also dressed as the Eleventh Doctor!) to assist the Doctor

*The concert itself was held at the Royal Albert Hall, and presented by hosted by actors Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill, plus Daleks, Cybermen, Judoon, Silurians and Vampire Girls

*This Prom was held at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 24th and 25th July 2010

*A one-hour edited version of the concert, containing only some of the Murray Gold compositions and none of the classical pieces, was transmitted on BBC 3 on 6th September at 8:30 pm

*An extended version, containing most of the music, including some of the classical pieces, was later transmitted on BBC 3 on 10th September at 7:00 pm

*The line-up for the concert was:

Part One:

- Murray Gold: 'The Mad Man with a Box' (2 mins 56 secs)
- Murray Gold: 'An Untimely Arrival' (4 mins 20 secs)
- John Adams: 'Short Ride in a Fast Machine' (4 mins 25 secs)
- Murray Gold: 'I Am The Doctor' (5 mins 55 secs)
- William Walton: 'Overture - Portsmouth Point' (5 mins 50 secs)
- Gustav Holst: 'The Planets: Mars (Bringer of War)' (7 mins 35 secs)
- Murray Gold: 'Battle in the Skies (Daleks vs Spitfires)' (4 mins 40 secs)

Interval: Special scene with the Doctor

Part Two:

- Carl Orff: 'Carmina Burana - O Fortuna' (2 mins 45 secs)
- Murray Gold: 'Amy' (3 mins 25 secs)
- Murray Gold: 'Liz, Lizards, Vampires and Vincent' (8 mins 25 secs)
- Richard Wagner: 'Die Walküre – "The Ride of the Valkyries' (5 mins 05 secs)
- Murray Gold: 'This is Gallifrey / Vale Decem' (6 mins 35 secs)
- Murray Gold: 'Pandorica Suite' (10 mins 15 secs)
- Murray Gold: 'Song of Freedom' (3 mins 45 secs)
- Ron Grainer: 'Doctor Who Theme' (1 mins 30 secs)

Nicholas Briggs (Voice of the Daleks), Barnaby Edwards(Dalek Operator), Paul Kasey (Judoon Captain), Ken Hosking (Judoon Trooper), Ruari Mears (Cyberman), Adam Sweet (Cyberman), Matthew Doman (Cyberman / Air-Raid Warden), Alexandra Winton (Masked Silurian Warrior), Barbara Fadden (Masked Silurian Warrior), Nathalie Cuzner (Masked Silurian Warrior), Sonila Vjeshta (Vampire Girl), Gabriela Montaraz (Vampire Girl), Elizabeth Croft (Vampire Girl)

Conductors: Ben Foster, Grant Llewellyn
Male vocalist: Mark Chambers, countertenor
Female vocalist: Yamit Mamo, soprano
Choir: London Philharmonic Choir
Orchestra: BBC National Orchestra of Wales