Tagged with “bbc” (7)

  1. Open plan offices - The Why Factor

    Why do we do the things we do?

    Mike Williams searches for the extraordinary and hidden histories behind everyday…



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  2. Innovation Academy: Simon Norris (Nomensa): User Experiences and Interface Design)

    Innovation Academy gets the BBC working with the …

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  3. BBC Radio Bristol

    Trumpeter and arranger Kay Charlton talks about the upcoming BBB gig at St George’s Bristol

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  4. BBB on the Tommy Sandhu Show 8 Dec 2010

    Hear the BBB being interviewed by Tommy Sandhu on the Breakfast show and playing Bollywood faves and seasonal surprises!

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  5. Dr Who at the Proms

    Doctor Who (Matt Smith) and Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) join the BBC National Orchestra of Wales for music by Murray Gold from the drama series plus favourites with a celestial theme.

    (This is the complete concert, including the interval documentary)

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  6. The Doctor and Douglas

    Jon Culshaw travels back in time to look at the man who changed Doctor Who forever: Douglas Adams.

    Broadcast on Fri, 2 Apr 2010, 11:00 on BBC Radio 4.

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  7. The Sculptress of Sound: The Lost Works of Delia Derbyshire

    The broadcaster and Doctor Who fan MATTHEW SWEET travels to The University of Manchester - home of Delia Derbyshire’s private collection of audio recordings - to learn more about the wider career and working methods of the woman who realised Ron Grainer’s original theme to Doctor Who.

    Delia’s collection of tapes was, until recently, in the safekeeping of MARK AYRES, archivist for the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Matthew meets up at Manchester University with Mark, along with Delia’s former colleagues from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, BRIAN HODGSON and DICK MILLS - plus former ‘White Noise’ band member DAVID VORHAUS - to hear extracts from the archive, discuss their memories of Delia and the creative process behind some of her material. Her realisation of the Doctor Who theme is just one small example of her genius and we’ll demonstrate how the music was originally created as well as hearing individual tracks from Delia’s aborted 70’s version. We’ll also feature the make up tapes for her celebrated piece ‘Blue Veils and Golden Sands’, and hear Delia being interviewed on a previously ‘lost’ BBC recording from the 1960s. Matthew’s journey of discovery will take in work with the influential poet Barry Bermange, as well as her 1971 piece marking the centenary of the Institution of Electrical Engineers. This Archive on 4 is brought up to date with an individual track from ‘The Dance’ from the children’s programme ‘Noah’. Recorded in the late 1960s this remarkable tape sounds like a contemporary dance track which wouldn’t be out of place in today’s most ‘happening’ trance clubs.

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