and housing them in a specially constructed TARDIS, which is mainly
painted wood, with a flashing light on top and makes the materialization
noise when the door is opened.
and BBC Radiophonic Workshop Archivist Mark Ayres has spent over a year
researching, compiling, editing and mastering the set with the
principle work being done on the first seven discs which will showcase
much material being released for the first time.
eleven discs will be packed in DVD-style digipacks and then inserted in
individual slipcases. There will be a 52 page booklet with a history of
Doctor Who music, details of the sources of the audio masters,
notes from fourteen of the composers who worked on the programme and
detailed track listings for each disc. Read the specially written notes HERE. There will also be a numbered certificate in each box.
This unique collection is ONLY available from the Silva Screen website – visit HERE.
The pre-order will be live from 10am (UK time) on April 25 and will end
at 10am on May 2. These are available worldwide. The TARDIS Editions
will then be manufactured to order.
Below you can find links to artwork and composers’ notes from each disc in the set, starting from the William Hartnell era right through to the Matt Smith era.
BREAKING NEWS: Silva Screen have just announced that the collection will be available as a CD only set. Check out the latest below and visit their site HERE for more details.
In addition to DOCTOR WHO: THE TARDIS EDITION, Silva Screen are pleased to announce DOCTOR WHO: THE ELEVEN DISC EDITION. This has all the musical content of THE TARDIS EDITION, but the eleven CDs are packaged in a standard clamshell format and not in the TARDIS model, with a reduced booklet and packaging. The price will be £70 plus P&P. Please refer to THE TARDIS EDITION for the track listing. Please note the final artwork may differ from image shown.
Click HERE for details on DOCTOR WHO: THE ELEVEN DISC EDITION.
Thanks to Silva Screen