Doctor Who Original 1963 Theme / BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Still the best theme in regards to how it was made, how it’s one of the first pieces of electronic music ever, and how it’s (basically) the same theme still, 50 years later.
LISTEN. TO. IT. NOW.
OH MY GOD
via Anglophenia: We’ve heard many renditions of the Doctor Who theme. This one, from YouTube user KenneThermic, is particularly inventive. Instruments he used include ukulele, stylophone, Jewish harp, keyboard, violin, electric guitar, and kazoo.
Just click Play!
As we’ve seen at Comic-Con and all the other Cons, Doctor Who fans are truly some of the most creative folks out there – and they also know how to have a good time. With Halloween rolling around and the holidays upon us, what better way to celebrate your creativity than with a Doctor Who-themed party? Forget the ghouls and goblins: we’re giving you and your guests the tools to a thrilling Whovian night you won’t soon forget.
It’s the Doctor Who theme, a capella- now with lyrics!
I was so pumped for Saturday, I couldn’t help but sing! The lyrics are comprised of some of my favorite Doctor-isms. Sorry for the crappy construction paper bow-tie and fez.
The Eleventh Doctor Who theme as played by a violin trio.
secondhandwonderland: I’ll give you three guesses what my new ringtone is going to be.
All together now!