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relating to or by means of radiotelephony

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It emanated from the studio housing the BBC Radiophonic Workshop - and from the brain of the Midland woman who broke the sixties sexism barrier.
THE famous BBC Radiophonic Workshop - creators of the iconic Doctor Who theme tune - have had to cancel a rare live show at Birmingham's Town Hall this coming Monday, March 24.
The tune was written by Aussieborn composer Ron Grainer, who worked with Delia Derbyshire at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop on the theme tune to Doctor Who.
Delia, of course, is best remembered for her work with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and her contributions to the iconic theme tune for the sci-fi television series Dr.
He told how he approached Coventry-born Delia Derbyshire from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop to work on The Beatles hit, even visiting her home, after showing an interest in experimental music.
Soundscapes created by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, mapping out the sound of the future.
Derbyshire, who was born in Coventry in 1937 and went to the old Coventry Grammar School, worked for the BBC Radiophonic Workshop at the time.
Created 46 years ago in the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, it topped a poll by totalscifionline.
The Delian Mode is an experimental short revolving around the life and work of Derbyshire who is best known for her groundbreaking sound treatment of the original Doctor Who theme in 1963 and for her work with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.
The original Doctor Who theme was created in 1963, when music by Australian composer Ron Grainer was electronically realised by Delia Derbyshire at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.
Clarke's fully electronic score for the Doctor Who episode "The Sea Devils," realized entirely on the Delaware, and released on a separate CD (Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Volume 2: New Beginnings [BBC CD 6024-2, 2000]), still shocks in its intrusiveness, dissonance, and sheer aggressive strength.
The new studios in Maida Vale are being refashioned from what used to be the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, where Ron Grainer created the electronic theme tune for Dr Who.
Sadly, as beautiful as the music is, at times it comes across as a cross between the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and a relaxation tape - and Orbit adds little to many of the better-known classics.
A BBC spokeswoman said: "Delia worked for the BBC Radiophonic Workshop where she remixed the original piece of music.
She joined the BBC as a Programme Operations Assistant, but soon became attached to the BBC Radiophonic Workshop where she worked on the Dr Who musicClive added: ``The policy of the BBC at the time that Delia worked there was that permanent staff did not receive either musical credits or royalties.