The Radiophonic Workshop
Musicians from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop perform the original compositions for television dramas from the late-1950s and 60s, including the iconic Doctor Who theme.
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Reviews & features
A guide to the top music events and gigs this autumn14 Oct 2014
Including The Pleasance Sessions, To Rococo Rot, Simple Things, Chvrches and Future Islands
The Pleasance Sessions The mini-festival continues with gorgeous Italo-synths and swooning, keening folk from Ubre Blanca and Two Wings (Thu 16 Oct), plus Glasgow’s excellent ‘proto-robo-folkers’ the Phantom Band and ambient vista-makers Remember…
Radiophonic Workshop, Future Islands, Pere Ubu: a guide to experimental artists on tour this autumn19 Sep 2014
This autumn's gig calendar also features Steve Beresford, Ilan Volkov and more as part of GIOFest
The Radiophonic Workshop British electronic music might have taken a very different path if it wasn't for the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. From its inception in 1958 as the Beeb's in-house special effects and music production unit wholly unconcerned about…
Interview: Roger Limb of The Radiophonic Workshop18 Mar 2014
The iconic BBC music ensemble behind the Doctor Who theme is back on tour
The BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop was an early pioneer of electronic music. Originally set up by Desmond Briscoe and Daphne Oram in 1958 to produce music and sound effects for radio, it soon became a hub for musical experimentation, producing hundreds of…