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Description: Autobiography of musician Peter Howell, the member of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop who was responsible for the 1980-1985 arrangement of the Doctor Who theme tune, as well as writing the incidental music for multiple TV stories during the same period.
40 Years with the Radiophonic Workshop, in the studio and on the road
In a career which stretches from Dante to Doctor Who, Peter Howell has been a folk singer, author, lecturer, electronic pioneer and all points in between.
As a member of the legendary BBC Radiophonic Workshop, he recreated the iconic Doctor Who theme tune for the 1980s, and worked with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry, composing for a wide range of programmes and projects. More recently, he has toured as a member of the Radiophonic Workshop live band, reaching a whole new generation of fans.