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Delia Derbyshire (1937-2001) was an electronic musician from Coventry, England, best known as member of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and the performer of the original theme song for "Doctor Who" (Tardis - Dr Who which was composed for the series by Ron Grainer). She was also a member of the electronic music group White Noise with other BBC Radiophonic Workshop musicians. Derbyshire was educated at Barr's Hill Grammar School & Girton College (Cambridge) - She was awarded a degree in mathematics & music.
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