Matt Smith and Orbital were closing Glastonbury 2010 with the Doctor Who theme as a whole

Matt Smith and Orbital were closing Glastonbury 2010 with the Doctor Who theme as a whole ...

Think back to June 2010. The sound of World Cup vuvuzelas and Dizzee Rascal was breathtaking. Hot Tub Time Machine was set to be released in the United Kingdom. But the shine had only recently worn off everyone''s crush on Nick Clegg. And beavers were being bred wild in Scotland for the first time in 400 years. Mad times.Mad times.

A mad guy with a box popped in in April 2010. Matt Smith made his first Doctor Whos Eleventh Doctor debut, with Steven Moffat, who has been shown to be a bit proud. There were cracks in the universe, Rory died and Vincent Van Gogh and James Cordon, as well as a Pandorica. Then just 24 hours after Eleven restored the universe in the Big Bang premiere, he closed the Glastonbury Festival.

Matt Smith appeared to be having a great day on Digital Spy. In April 2010, Smith took a look at the fridge as belonging to the Doctor. Hartnoll said in an interview that the Orbitals Doctor? remix of Delia Derbyshire and Ron Grainers'' famous Doctor Who theme song was a huge hit, with the cast and crew on the set.

Our lighting guy who was with us said, Why should you go on at Glastonbury? He kind of flipped out and said, Oh my god, Ive never been to Glastonbury, that would be fantastic. So we just kept in touch. He said if you can get me and five friends to Glastonbury, Ill do it, so we did.

The 40th Glastonbury Festival finished with a Elevens silhouette on stage before requesting a pay of Orbitals trademark light-up glasses for improv. This is the last song of the evening, but lets make it count before launching the crowds cheers and roars.

Hartnoll told Digital Spy that he was absolutely peaking. No comment on that last bit. What the Doctor decides to do the day after he saves the universe is the Doctors business. Here, you may read all of it here.

In a BBC video in which Paul Hartnoll was shown the original master reel in a 2014 Me, You and Doctor Who segment, Orbitals described the Doctor Who theme as one of the one-most powerful bits of music on [his] career. It''s the one that I''ve grown up with. He''s not alone there.