Post series: Synth Pioneers

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Delia Derbyshire — The Sound Behind Dr. Who

Perhaps one of the most iconic pieces of original early electronic might arguably be the theme music for the BBC’s Dr. Who. When the show debuted in 1963, the first thing everyone heard was the work of an “assistant” in the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop by the name of Delia Derbyshire.

By GerenM March 31, 2022 0