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The BBC have opened the random audience draw for Doctor Who @ 60: A Musical Celebration, a celebratory concert being produced for BBC Radio 2 ahead of the show's 60th anniversary in November.

Since its launch on BBC Television in November 1963 Doctor Who has been delighting millions of fans all over the world as they have followed the adventures of the Time Lord.

With its instantly recognisable theme, specially composed music has always been at the heart of Doctor Who. The main series will broadcast three special episodes this November starring David Tennant and Catherine Tate reprising their roles as The Doctor and Donna Noble respectively.

Join the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and the BBC Singers, directed by Alastair King, as they celebrate the glorious musical sounds of Doctor Who in this special 60th anniversary concert for Radio 2.

Featuring I Am The Doctor, Abigail's Song, This Is Gallifrey, The Impossible Girl, I Am A Good Man, The Shepherd's Boy and the timeless Doctor Who Theme as brilliantly imagined by composers Murray Gold and Segun Akinola.

There's also a trip back in time to the classic years of Doctor Who from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s featuring the vintage synthesisers of BBC Radiophonic Workshop veterans Mark Ayres and Peter Howell. Plus a look ahead to the keenly awaited 60th anniversary specials on BBC One later in the year.

Guests include all three of Doctor Who's showrunners since 2005; Russell T. Davies, Steven Moffat and Chris Chibnall.

The show records on Thursday 28th September with a random draw for tickets now open. For more details, click here.


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