Doctor Who - The Light At The End album FLAC
This is a list of music releases from and relating to the BBC television series Doctor Who. It is split into two sections: One for soundtracks of music from the show and its spinoffs, and one for music relating to the series, mainly novelty or tribute releases. There have been several LP and CD releases of music and sound effects over the years from the BBC television series Doctor Who by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, freelance composers, and stock music. Music from the Big Finish range of audios.
Ghost Light is the second serial of the 26th season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in three weekly parts on BBC1 from 4 to 18 October 1989. The serial is set in a mansion house in Perivale in 1883. In the serial, Josiah Smith (Ian Hogg), a cataloguer of life forms who comes from another planet, seeks to assassinate Queen Victoria and take over the British Empire.
Doctor Who's fiftieth anniversary gave us not one, but two multi-Doctor stories. Including so many Doctors is risky, especially when each one of the main incarnations in the story has a companion with them. But The Light at the End avoids the trap The Five Doctors fell into by primarily focusing on the Doctors themselves, and avoids bringing back too many enemies. For example, The Five Doctors brought back the Daleks, the Cybermen, the Yeti and the Master. But Big Finish wisely chose to only bring back the last one.
Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack was a single CD of soundtrack music that featured in Series 1 and Series 2 of Doctor Who by Murray Gold. It also featured music from The Christmas Invasion and The Runaway Bride ("Song For Ten" and "Love Don't Roam") performed by Neil Hannon.
For everything about the Eleventh Doctor, visit his pages via the Related Content section below where you can also find clips of the Doctor's regeneration and the Tenth Doctor's Most Memorable Moments. Meet the new Doctor! Watch. Regeneration! See the Doctor regenerate! Watch.
The Doctor soon understands what the pounding in the Master's head is; it's the Time Lords, who are trying to return and re-establish Gallifrey. After its opening episode failed to impress, part two of "The End of Time" I hoped would have much more to offer. What with the closing moments of Part 1 heralding the long awaited return of the Time Lords in an aesthetically glorious and bombastic cliff-hanger. After the flashy, eye pleasing light show is over and we're left with a wavy fringed, manic, befuddled looking Matt Smith who yells the now requisite catchphrase "Geronimo!", I'm left with a feeling of uncertainty as to what the future will bring. For not only are we welcoming a new Doc at the TARDIS console but a new executive producer in Steven Moffat.
The End of Time pits the Doctor against his greatest foe, the Master (a terrifically wicked John Simm), as well as the Time Lords themselves (led by Timothy Dalton as an imperious Lord President), who seek to reverse their destruction at the hands of the Doctor at the end of the Time War. The crux of the plot is good old-fashioned adventure, with the Doctor and companion Wilf (Bernard Cribbins) attempting to stay one step ahead of the universe-wide doom the Time Lords hope to unleash, but the real raison d'être for The End of Time is to give Tennant a hearty sendoff for his four.
Doctor Who Season 4. "The End Of Time, Part Two". B. Doctor Who Season 4. 18. Did anyone else get a little chill when you heard those four humble knocks following the conclusion of the Doctor’s two-front showdown with the Master and the returned Time Lords? Sure, we all knew this was David Tennant’s last episode and that it would end with him turning into an even younger, even floppier-haired Doctor, but it still felt for a second like maybe he could dodge fate. Last week’s episode, The End Of Time, Part 1 (nicely covered here by Todd VanDerWerff) did a lot of setting up for this week. I’m not sure it quite paid off. John Simm remains an arresting presence, but his Master has become a bit too much the giggling madman, ungrounded apart from his one-on-one moments with The Doctor.
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Big Finish Productions Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Big Finish Productions Ltd.
- Directed By – Nicholas Briggs
- Performer – Anneke Wills, Benedict Briggs, Carole Ann Ford, Colin Baker , Frazer Hines, Geoffrey Beevers, India Fisher, Janet Fielding, Jean Marsh, Katy Manning, Louise Jameson, Mark Strickson, Maureen O'Brien, Nicholas Briggs , Nicola Bryant, Oliver Hume, Paul McGann, Peter Davison , Peter Purves, Sarah Sutton, Sophie Aldred, Sylvester McCoy, Tom Baker , Wendy Padbury, William Russell
- Written-By – Nicholas Briggs
This is a four-disc limited Special Edition vinyl release, in deluxe premium packaging, which includes a stunning array of professional photos of the cast.
Discs 1, 2 and 3 – The Light at the End
Disc 4 – The Making Of The Light at the End (approx 40-minute documentary exclusive to this release)
All discs on heavy 180g vinyl
Limited and numbered to 500 copies.
Includes an exclusive 30cm x 30cm lenticular image.
Four-way gatefold sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 9 781781 781166
- Other (ISBN): 978-1-78178-116-6
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