Doctor Who At The BBC Radiophonic Workshop Volume 4: Meglos & Full Circle

Doctor Who At The BBC Radiophonic Workshop Volume 4: Meglos & Full Circle

Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Volume 4: Meglos & Full Circle was the final installment in the Mark Ayres compiled series of releases of BBC Radiophonic Workshop music. It featured music, by Peter Howell and Paddy Kingsland, for the 1980 Doctor Who serials "Meglos" and "Full Circle". It was the first full releases of both scores, although some sound effects from the serials appeared on the previous volume.

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