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Self: The Making Of Doctor Who[Factual]
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Title Music Arranger: Time and the Rani; Paradise Towers; Delta and the Bannermen; Dragonfire; Remembrance of the Daleks(uncredited); The Happiness Patrol(uncredited); Silver Nemesis; The Greatest Show in the Galaxy(uncredited); Battlefield(uncredited); Ghost Light(uncredited); The Curse of Fenric(uncredited); Survival(uncredited)
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Keff McCulloch is a British composer.
In 1987 he created the Doctor Who theme music for the Seventh Doctor, Sylvester McCoy. The theme, drawing on the original by Ron Grainer/Delia Derbyshire lasted for three years until the series was cancelled by the BBC in 1989. The new theme music was accompanied with new titles and logo. Keff McCulloch also contributed incidental music scores to six stories during the McCoy era, namely; Time and the Rani;Paradise Towers; Delta and the Bannermen; Remembrance of the Daleks; Silver Nemesis; Battlefield; and also the later Dimensions in Time and Shada.
McCulloch also played a role on screen as one of the Lorells (a backing group) in Delta and the Bannermen (1987).
Alongside his work on Doctor Who, McCulloch was a musician and sound engineer, touring with many bands and engineering and producing singles and albums for artistes including Acker Bilk, Johnny Logan and Russ Abbot. He also composed and recorded the incidental music for the video release of the film White Mischief.