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Doctor Who Theme

Doctor Who Theme


Doctor Who-Guide 1/3

Versions of the "Doctor Who Theme" have also been released as pop music over the years. In the early 1970s, Jon Pertwee, who had played the Third Doctor, recorded a version of the Doctor Who theme with spoken lyrics, titled, ...

Doctor Who-Guide 1/3


Doctor Who FAQ

Produced here by Derrick Harriott, 1969's “Doctor Who” was inspired by the show's runaway popularity in Jamaica, and is close enough to the original theme to win recognition, but not so much that it could be described as a cover.

Doctor Who FAQ


Doctor Who Fandom

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Doctor Who Fandom


Music in Science Fiction Television

Along with general affinities between Doctor Who's theme music and the band's “space rock” textures, more specific linkage was established with Pink Floyd's recording of “One of These Days,” the opening track of their 1971 album Meddle.

Music in Science Fiction Television