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Old August 28 2013, 11:57 AM   #76
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Re: Doctor Who Prom - BBC Radio 3, Sat 13th July

In 2010 they aired two versions, one cutdown on BBC1 and the complete version a few days later on one of the other channels. So i'm positive that a complete version will be aired sometime. Probably not in the next days or weeks. When the Prom happened i seached for information on when it would be broadcast and found the information that it will be shown in november around the anniversary, i would guess the complete version will be shown then.
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Old August 28 2013, 12:26 PM   #77
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Addendum: They also took out Vale Decem.
There's a reasonabe version on youtube.

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When the Prom happened i seached for information on when it would be broadcast and found the information that it will be shown in november around the anniversary, i would guess the complete version will be shown then.
Probably just assumption given that we knew they'd air it at some point
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Old August 28 2013, 01:08 PM   #78
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Re: Doctor Who Prom - BBC Radio 3, Sat 13th July

Showing a cut down as well as a full version seems like a really odd decision. Why even bother with the edited version?
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Old August 28 2013, 01:21 PM   #79
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Something to put out on a Bank Holiday afternoon I guess?
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Old September 1 2013, 12:04 PM   #80
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Apart from the cuts, its was a really well done production.
They usually are, at least as far as I['m concerned. Charming and entertaining in the best ways, I truly wish I could attend one
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Old November 20 2013, 07:42 PM   #81
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Re: Doctor Who Prom - BBC Radio 3, Sat 13th July

Looks like there won't be an extended version of the prom, but there will be extra scenes from this years prom shown on the red button and on iPlayer following the BBC3 repeat tomorrow (Thurs 21 Nov):

Doctor Who at the Proms: Encore - BBC Red Button, 20:10

Now, in conjunction with BBC Three’s screening of ‘Doctor Who at the Proms’, Red Button offers fans the chance to see previously unscreened highlights from the concerts.
With appearances by Matt Smith, Jenna Coleman, Madame Vastra and Strax, this Red Button special features three pieces by Doctor Who’s resident Maestro Murray Gold - The Companions Suite (Rose, Martha, Donna & Amy), The Final Chapter of Amelia Pond (from The Angels Take Manhattan) and Vale Decem (a tribute to the 11 Doctors).
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01l1z04/profiles/dw50


Still no Song for 50... poor Murray Gold.
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Old November 20 2013, 09:46 PM   #82
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Re: Doctor Who Prom - BBC Radio 3, Sat 13th July

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Looks like there won't be an extended version of the prom, but there will be extra scenes from this years prom shown on the red button and on iPlayer following the BBC3 repeat tomorrow (Thurs 21 Nov):

Doctor Who at the Proms: Encore - BBC Red Button, 20:10

Now, in conjunction with BBC Three’s screening of ‘Doctor Who at the Proms’, Red Button offers fans the chance to see previously unscreened highlights from the concerts.
With appearances by Matt Smith, Jenna Coleman, Madame Vastra and Strax, this Red Button special features three pieces by Doctor Who’s resident Maestro Murray Gold - The Companions Suite (Rose, Martha, Donna & Amy), The Final Chapter of Amelia Pond (from The Angels Take Manhattan) and Vale Decem (a tribute to the 11 Doctors).
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01l1z04/profiles/dw50


Still no Song for 50... poor Murray Gold.

I hope this turns up on another source. I'm not gettign involved with iTunes just to watch the extra scenes.

As for 50, jeez, talk about gettign swept under the rug. I hope it at least turns up in the Special. Yes, I didn't care for the lyrics, but the orchestration itself was quite nice.
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