Media    From 1958  To /3/1998

BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Categories: Music / songs, TV & Radio

It was created to meet the demands for innovative music and sound effects for radio and television. It is most famous for producing the original theme tune to 'Doctor Who', and was also responsible for the intestinal noises of Major Bloodnok in the 'Goon Show'.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
BBC Radiophonic Workshop

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Maida Vale Studios

Maida Vale Studios, home of the BBC Symphony Orchestra and the Radiophonic Wo...

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Electric Brixton

Electric Brixton

Nightclub formerly known as The Fridge. 

Place, Music / songs, Theatre

1 memorial
Music Hall Guild of Great Britain and America

Music Hall Guild of Great Britain and America

This organisation seems to incorporate the Theatre and Film Guild of Great Britain and America. Wikipedia gives an overview of this charity's activities. 2023: the Guild let us know that "we have ...

Group, Music / songs, Theatre

10 memorials
Jack Buchanan

Jack Buchanan

Actor-manager, song-and-dance entertainer. Born Helensburgh near Glasgow. Died in the Middlesex Hospital. His ashes were scattered from the deck of a Cunard Liner in recognition of his 50+ trans...

Person, Cinema, Dance, Music / songs, Theatre, Scotland

1 memorial
Don Arden

Don Arden

Music manager and agent. Born as Harry Levy in Cheetham Hill, Manchester. He oversaw the careers of rock acts like Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Small Faces, and Black Sabbath, and achieved noto...

Person, Music / songs, USA

1 memorial
Harry Beckett

Harry Beckett

Harold Winston "Harry" Beckett. Trumpeter and flugelhorn player. Born Barbados. Resident in the UK from 1954.

Person, Music / songs, Caribbean Islands

1 memorial