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relating to or by means of radiotelephony

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23) Louis Niebur, Special Sound: The Creation and Legacy of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Oxford University Press, 2010, p.
Although this record was recorded by Derbyshire and fellow BBC Radiophonic Workshop composer Brian Hodgson (and produced by David Vorhaus) in 1968, it sounds anything but old or out of sync.
Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop - Volume 1: The Early Years 1963-1969; Volume 2 New Beginnings 1970-1980 (Mute) pounds 10.
This is a live show which would have seemed unimaginable in 1963 when the spooky electronic wailings of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop sent small children scurrying for safety behind the sofa.
Other acts on this year's bill include Pretty Things, Julian Cope, Robyn Hitchcock, Claudio Simonetti's Goblin, Jane Weaver, BBC Radiophonic Workshop, the Amazing Snakeheads, Psychemagik, Sylvan Esso and Higher Intelligence Agency.
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.
The vast majority, sadly, are blokes playing meat and potatoes indie rock, although last year there was a 12-inch of Abba's Voulez-Vous and some BBC Radiophonic Workshop re-issues, but maybe that's only to be expected.
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.
The combination of sudden close-ups and accentuated, abnormal sound had, for Worsley at least, associations with cinema: Johnson's 'ordeal at the hands of the Examiners who expose the deficiencies of this inept twentieth-century man were illuminated with all the surgical horror devices of the German inter-war cinema, the sound effects by BBC Radiophonic Workshop greatly contributing'.
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.
Soundscapes created by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, mapping out the sound of the future.
A product of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, it sent me and probably thousands of other small children scurrying for that proven safe haven behind the sofa.
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.
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.
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.