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BBC has released three new Doctor Who videos. Watch the new Doctor Who Series 11 title sequence with an arrangement of the theme by Segun Akinola. The Series 1 theme tune, based on the 1963 original but logically updated once again to include orchestral horns, strings and percussion as well as TARDIS sounds, was extremely effective and stands up to the 1980 to 1986 one as being an outstanding theme tune. This one however, is faster, more exciting, with a great beat in the background and new howling sounds added in to make it even better Casino Royale. TARDIS. Fantastic. Matt Smith Theme Tune. Owner of Blue Box. That is affirmative. Are you off your meds. Loser. Are you saying somethings wrong. Adult Joke. Take my advice-Tales form the crypt. Sucked More. Boned a lot of fat chicks. Does everything have to be a test **** you and breaking glass. Im on my lunch break. Take a shot. How I know you're gay Part 2. Sorry I farted. Get Find millions of popular wallpapers and ringtones on ZEDGE™ and personalize your phone to suit you. Start your search now and free your phone 4-mag-2015 - The Doctor's TARDIS - Tardis Data Core, the Doctor Who Wiki The Series 1 theme tune, based on the 1963 original but logically updated once again, included orchestral horns, strings and percussion as well as TARDIS sounds. It was extremely effective and stands up to the 1980 to 1986 one as being an outstanding theme tune. This one, however, is faster, more exciting, with a great beat in the background and new howling sounds added in to make it even 12 Clockwork TARDIS 01:18 13 Harriet Jones, Prime Minister 02:13 14 Rose's Theme 02:14 15 Song For Ten Westminster Bridge was inspired by a Pixies tune, Cecila Ann. The ethereal voice performed by Melanie Pappenheim in The Doctor's Theme and Doomsday was oftern referred to as "Presidant Flavia" by the production team, who described it as her singing from the time vortex (Flavia was a Time All theme tunes should include a version which includes the title amongst the lyrics in the manner of Anita Dobson’s Anyone Can Fall In Love (for EastEnders) if they do not already do so. Particularly: Star Wars, the 70s and 80s Superman films, Coronation Street and Last of the Summer Wine. Why Do You Think You Are? A new documentary series As a scene-setter it is hard to beat - an otherworldly, futuristic trip into another dimension. And 50 years on, Doctor Who still uses the same theme tune, albeit an exciting orchestral David Arnold (born 23 January 19621) is the British composer who Big Finish Productions commissioned to arrange a version of the Doctor Who theme which was used for the first several years of the Eighth Doctor audio plays. Arnold is a prolific composer for film and television. He is perhaps best known for his work on the James Bond films Tomorrow Never Dies, The World is Not Enough, Die

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