Doctor Who has inspired a surprising number of musical releases over the years — ever since the height of Dalekmania in the mid-60s there have been a steady stream of singles and albums with some connection to the series.
Broadly speaking these releases are either incidental music used in the series, or else music “inspired by” Doctor Who — novelty records, etc. You’ll find both listed here.
|Music & sound effects listed by range:|
|Since 2006, British record label Silva Screen have released a range of music soundtrack albums covering almost the entire Ninth to Thirteenth Doctor era.|
|Silva Screen have also released music soundtracks from a selection of classic series Doctor Who stories.|
|A series of four CD releases between 2000 and 2002, featuring music created by the renowned BBC Radiophonic Workshop for classic episodes of Doctor Who.|
|Between 2000 and 2003, Big Finish released a number of soundtrack albums, featuring music from their popular range of Doctor Who audio dramas.|
|Music & sound effects which don't belong in any of the above ranges.|
|Audio listed by category:|
|Audio readings usually involving a single actor reading a previously-published book, although in recent years there are “non-book” readings too.|
|Full-cast audio drama, featuring multiple cast members and usually written specially for the audio medium.|
|Interviews with actors and writers, documentaries about Doctor Who, alternative DVD audio commentaries and more.|
|A wide selection of music or sound effects CDs, cassettes, LPs and singles either taken directly from the series, or inspired by it.|
|Audio recordings of Doctor Who TV episodes.|