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Doctor Who - Terror of the Zygons

Geoffrey Burgon: Doctor Who - Terror Of The Zygons
CD, 2000
BBC Music BBC WMSF 6020-2

1.
Doctor Who Opening Title Theme Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire

TERROR OF THE ZYGONS

2.
The Destruction of Charlie Rig
3.
A Landing in Scotland
4.
Murder and Mystery on Tulloch Moor
5.
Wreckage
6.
The Zygons Attack
7.
Decompression
8.
The Zygons' Ultimate Weapon
9.
Trance
10.
False Harry
11.
Monster on the Moor
12.
Death at the Inn / Hunt for a Zygon
13.
The Secret of Forgill Castle
14.
Ascent and Descent
15.
A Call from the Prime Minister
16.
To London / Death of Broton
17.
The Monster Goes Home
18.
Return Ticket

THE SEEDS OF DOOM

19.
Antarctica: The First Pod
20.
"It's Growing!"
21.
Harrison Chase
22.
The Pod Opens
23.
The Galactic Weed
24.
The Creature Attacks
25.
A Plan for Murder / Hunt in the Snow
26.
Sabotage
27.
Chase Receives the Second Pod
28.
The Chauffeur Takes a Detour
29.
A Visit to Harrison Chase
30.
The Hymn of the Plants / Floriana Requiem
31.
Escape and Recapture
32.
The Second Pod Bursts
33.
Keeler's Transformation Begins
34.
The Composter
35.
The Nurturing of Keeler
36.
"Get Dunbar!" / Krynoid on the Loose
37.
Amelia Ducat's Theme
38.
Molotov Cocktail
39.
"The Plants Must Win"
40.
The Plants Attack
41.
Laser Fire
42.
Trapped
43.
The Final Assault

44.
Doctor Who Closing Title Theme Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire

While considering the future of their Doctor Who range, Silva Screen had looked into releasing incidental scores from some of the programme's freelance composers; yet it was not until Mark Ayres engaged the interests of BBC Music that the first disc from an artist other than Ayres himself hit the commercial market. The BBC's own archives hold little musical material from Doctor Who, yet luckily some composers had asked for copies of their work, which were provided on audiotape recorded at low speed for economy purposes. Ayres restored the preserved complimentary reels of Geoffrey Burgon's music from Season 13 to its original speed, discovering several unused or extended cues along the way, and issued his findings on CD as the first of a planned series of work by artists other than the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, including Tristram Cary, Cary Blyton and Dudley Simpson, many of which will be sourced from the composer's private collections.

Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop



compiled, produced and remastered for compact disc by Mark Ayres
Various Artists: Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Volume 1: The Early Years 1963 - 1969
CD, May 2000
BBC Music BBC WMSF 6023-2

1.
Doctor Who (Original Theme) Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire

AN UNEARTHLY CHILD (Pilot Episode)
2.
TARDIS Exterior Hum and Door (original) Brian Hodgson
3.
Entry into the TARDIS Brian Hodgson
4.
TARDIS: Original Takeoff Sequence Brian Hodgson

5.
Doctor Who (Original Titles Music) Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire

AN UNEARTHLY CHILD (Serial A)
6.
TARDIS Takeoff Brian Hodgson

THE DALEKS (Serial B)
7.
Skaro: Petrified Forest Atmosphere ("Thal Wind") Brian Hodgson
8.
TARDIS Computer Brian Hodgson
9.
Dalek City Corridor Brian Hodgson
10.
Dalek Control Room Brian Hodgson
11.
Capsule Oscilation (Dalek Destructor Fuse / Bomb Countdown) Brian Hodgson

THE EDGE OF DESTRUCTION (Serial C)
12.
Explosion, TARDIS Stops Brian Hodgson

THE KEYS OF MARINUS (Serial E)
13.
Sleeping Machine Brian Hodgson

THE SENSORITES (Serial G)
14.
Sensorite Speech Background Brian Hodgson

THE CHASE (Serial R)
15.
Dalek Spaceship Lands Brian Hodgson
16.
TARDIS Lands Brian Hodgson

GALAXY FOUR (Serial T)
17.
Chumbley (constant run) Brian Hodgson
18.
Chumbley at rest Brian Hodgson
19.
Chumbley sends message Brian Hodgson
20.
Chumbley dome (rises / falls / rises / falls) Brian Hodgson
21.
Chumbley dies Brian Hodgson

THE DALEKS' MASTERPLAN (Serial V)
22.
Activity on Dalek Ship Control Panel Brian Hodgson

THE SAVAGES (Serial AA)
23.
Energy Escapes Brian Hodgson

THE TENTH PLANET (Serial DD)
24.
Machinery in TARDIS Goes Wild (Regeneration) Brian Hodgson

THE POWER OF THE DALEKS (Serial EE)
25.
Regeneration Runs Down Brian Hodgson and Dick Mills
26.
The Doctor's Transitional Trauma Brian Hodgson and Dick Mills

THE UNDERWATER MENACE (Serial GG)
27.
The Fish People (Incidental Music) Dudley Simspon realised Brian Hodgson

THE MACRA TERROR (Serial JJ)
28.
Heartbeat Chase Brian Hodgson
29.
Chromophone Band Dudley Simpson realised Delia Derbshire
30.
Controller Chimes Brian Hodgson
31.
Musak (From "Time in Advance") John Baker
32.
Propaganda Sleep Machine Brian Hodgson
33.
Doctor Who (New Opening Theme, 1967) Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire

THE WEB OF FEAR (Serial QQ)
34.
Sting & Web (Cocooning Interior) / Cobweb Pulsates Brian Hodgson
35.
4 Stings Brian Hodgson

FURY FROM THE DEEP (Serial RR)
36.
Mr Oak and Mr Quill (Incidental Music) Dudley Simpson realised Brian Hodgson

THE WHEEL IN SPACE (Serial SS)
37.
Lead-in to Cyber Planner Brian Hodgson
38.
Cyber Planner Background Brian Hodgson
39.
Cyberman Stab & Music Brian Hodgson
40.
Rocket Stab Brian Hodgson
41.
Birth of Cybermats Brian Hodgson
42.
Cybermats attracted to Wheel Brian Hodgson
43.
Rocket in Space Brian Hodgson
44.
Interior Rocket (Suspense Music) Brian Hodgson
45.
Servo Robot Music Brian Hodgson
46.
Wheel Stab Brian Hodgson
47.
Cosmos Atmosphere Brian Hodgson
48.
Alien Ship Music Brian Hodgson
49.
Jarvis in a Dream State Brian Hodgson
50.
Floating Through Space Brian Hodgson
51.
2 Stabs Brian Hodgson

THE DOMINATORS (Serial TT)
52.
TARDIS (New Landing) Brian Hodgson
53.
Galaxy Atmosphere Brian Hodgson
54.
Tension Builder (a) Brian Hodgson
55.
Tension Builder (b) Brian Hodgson
56.
Tension Builder (c) Brian Hodgson
57.
Low Sting Brian Hodgson

THE MIND ROBBER (Serial UU)
58.
TARDIS: Extra Power Unit Plugged In Brian Hodgson
59.
Zoe's Theme Brian Hodgson
60.
White Void Brian Hodgson

THE INVASION (Serial VV)
61.
Muzak (From "Time in Advance") John Baker
62.
Cybermen brought to Life Brian Hodgson
63.
Cyber Invasion Brian Hodgson

THE KROTONS (Serial WW)
64.
The Learning Hall Brian Hodgson
65.
Entry into the Machine Brian Hodgson
66.
Sting Brian Hodgson
67.
Machine and City Theme Brian Hodgson
68.
Kroton Theme Brian Hodgson

THE SPACE PIRATES (Serial YY)
69.
TARDIS Land Brian Hodgson

THE WAR GAMES (Serial ZZ)
70.
Alien Control Centre Brian Hodgson
71.
Time Zone Atmosphere Brian Hodgson
72.
Dimensional Control (SIDRAT dimensions contract) Brian Hodgson
73.
War Lord Arrival Brian Hodgson
74.
Silver Box (The Doctor calls for help) Brian Hodgson
75.
Time Lord Court Atmosphere Brian Hodgson

76.
Doctor Who (Closing Titles) Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire

Having assumed the role of Radiophonic Workshop archivist since the department's closure in early 1997, Mark Ayres began the laborious proceedure of identifying, labelling and storing the Workshop's vast library of audiotape to DAT. The Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop albums were the first of what Ayres hoped would become a commercial series of Radiophonic Workshop CDs, encompassing additional children's television scores (such as The Box Of Delights) as well as music produced for factual programming and radio. His search through the Doctor Who reels - many of which were preserved throughout the series' run, in order that certain sound effects could be reused where appropriate (such as the Dalek control room or yeti control spheres) - revealed a number of surprises, with the black and white era offering enough material for a CD to itself. Each track was sourced from the original mono master tapes and digitally repaired by Ayres himself - although many cues had previously been available on LP or BBC CD with stereo enhancement.



compiled, produced and remastered for compact disc by Mark Ayres
Various Artists: Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Volume 2 - New Beginnings 1970 - 1980
CD, May 2000
BBC Music BBC WMSF 6024-2

1.
Doctor Who (Opening Title Theme, 1970) Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire

INFERNO (Serial DDD)
2.
TARDIS Control On & Warp Transfer Brian Hodgson
3.
Blue Veils & Golden Sands Delia Derbyshire
4.
The Delian Mode Delia Derbyshire

THE MIND OF EVIL (Serial FFF)
5.
The Master's Theme Dudley Simpson realised Brian Hodgson
6.
Dover Castle Dudley Simpson realised Brian Hodgson
7.
Keller Machine Appears / Vanishes Brian Hodgson
8.
Keller Machine Theme Dudley Simpson realised Brian Hodgson

THE CLAWS OF AXOS (Serial GGG)
9.
Brain Centre Atmosphere Brian Hodgson
10.
The Axons Approach Dudley Simpson realised Brian Hodgson
11.
TARDIS Lands Brian Hodgson

12.
Doctor Who (Closing Title Theme, 1970) Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire

THE SEA DEVILS (Serial LLL)
13.
The Prison Malcolm Clarke
14.
The Master Malcolm Clarke
15.
The Naval Base Malcolm Clarke
16.
The Sea Fort Malcolm Clarke
17.
Stranded Malcolm Clarke
18.
The Sea Devil Malcolm Clarke
19.
The Master at Large Malcolm Clarke
20.
Air-Conditioning Problem Malcolm Clarke
21.
Duel Malcolm Clarke
22.
The Master's Plan Malcolm Clarke
23.
The Submarine Malcolm Clarke
24.
Jo Frees the Doctor Malcolm Clarke
25.
Rock Bottom Malcolm Clarke
26.
The Beach Malcolm Clarke
27.
The Minefield Malcolm Clarke
28.
Devil Underwater Malcolm Clarke
29.
The Doctor and Jo on the Run Malcolm Clarke
30.
The Sea Devils Take the Prison Malcolm Clarke
31.
The Diving-Bell Malcolm Clarke
32.
Mr Walker's War Malcolm Clarke
33.
Torpedo Malcolm Clarke
34.
Attack in Force Malcolm Clarke
35.
Ventilation Shaft Malcolm Clarke
36.
Sea Chase Malcolm Clarke
37.
Escape Malcolm Clarke

38.
Doctor Who (Stereo Version, 1972) Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire
39.
Doctor Who (Delaware Version, 1972) Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire & Brian Hodgson with Paddy Kingsland

SOUND EFFECTS SELECTION 1974 - 1979
40.
Aggedor's Temple Atmosphere, Peladon ("The Monster of Peladon", YYY) Dick Mills
41.
Metebelis III Atmosphere ("Planet of the Spiders", ZZZ) Dick Mills
42.
Nerva Beacon Infrastructure & T-Mat Couch ("The Ark in Space", 4C) Dick Mills
43.
The Planet Karn ("The Brain of Morbius", 4K) Dick Mills
44.
The Shrine of the Sisterhood of Karn ("The Brain of Morbius", 4K) Dick Mills
45.
The Mandragora Helix ("The Masque of Mandragora", 4M) Dick Mills
46.
Nova Device Countdown & Explosion ("Destiny of the Daleks", 5J) Dick Mills

PETER HOWELL DEMOS
(for "The Horns of Nimon" Part Two, 1980)
47.
Demo 1 Peter Howell
48.
Demo 2 Peter Howell

49.
Doctor Who (New Theme, 1980) Ron Grainer realised Peter Howell

The second Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop album had originally been reserved for synthesiser music from Season 18, but the amount of material preserved in the archives from the 1960s and 1970s necessitated that each era have a disc of its own - giving Ayres a chance to fill Volume 2 with the complete score to Season 8's The Sea Devils, as well as the expected reissues of tracks previously available on compilation albums, BBC singles and unrelated Radiophonic Workshop LPs. With the composer's consent, the score was treated with a subtle stereo effect to align the music with the stereo suite originally released in the 1980s, and the same was done to the bonus tracks composed as demos for John Nathan-Turner in 1979. The releases were publicised by Ayres in an interview with Record Collector, where he spoke about the Radiophonic Workshop's origins, output and composers and the importance of their work in television and radio - particularly the early electronic music produced for the Pertwee era.



compiled, produced and remastered for compact disc by Mark Ayres
Various Artists: Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Volume 3 - The Leisure Hive
CD, March 2002
BBC Music BBC WMSF6052-2

1.
Doctor Who: Opening Theme Ron Grainer realised Peter Howell

THE LEISURE HIVE (Serial 5N)

2.
Brighton Beach / K9 Kaput Peter Howell
3.
Into Argolis Peter Howell
4.
The Generator / Intruders Peter Howell
5.
"His Time Has Come" / Earth Shuttle Arrives Peter Howell
6.
Tachyon Terror Peter Howell
7.
Into the Generator Peter Howell
8.
The Hive / Mena Fades Peter Howell
9.
Looking for Mr Brock Peter Howell
10.
Testing Time Peter Howell
11.
The Limitation Program Peter Howell
12.
The West Lodge Peter Howell
13.
The Child of the Generator Peter Howell
14.
The Foamasi Peter Howell
15.
The Argolin Dawn Peter Howell
16.
"We, Pangol" Peter Howell
17.
Re-creation Peter Howell
18.
Rebirth Peter Howell
19.
Back to Work Peter Howell

20.
Doctor Who: Closing Theme Ron Grainer realised Peter Howell

SOUND EFFECTS

THE LEISURE HIVE (Serial 5N)
21.
Argolis Exterior Planet Atmosphere Dick Mills
22.
Earth Shuttle Arriving Dick Mills
23.
Generator Hall Dick Mills
24.
Boardroom Dick Mills
25.
Hologram Dick Mills
26.
Corridor Background Dick Mills
27.
Generator and Screen Dick Mills
28.
Tachyon Drive Engaged Dick Mills

MEGLOS (Serial 5Q)
29.
The Screens of Zolpha-Thura Dick Mills
30.
Laboratory Ascends Dick Mills
31.
Dodecahedron Energy Beams Dick Mills

FULL CIRCLE (Serial 5R)
32.
Mistfall Mist Dick Mills
33.
Operating Room Dick Mills
34.
Starliner Instrument Panel Dick Mills

35.
Doctor Who Theme (Original Version, New Stereo Remix 2002) Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire, 2002 stereo remix by Mark Ayres




compiled, produced and remastered for compact disc by Mark Ayres
Various Artists: Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Volume 4 - Meglos & Full Circle
CD, March 2002
BBC Music BBC WMSF6053-2

1.
Doctor Who: Opening Theme Ron Grainer realised Peter Howell

MEGLOS (Serial 5Q)

2.
Burnout on Walkway 9 Paddy Kingsland
3.
The Deons Paddy Kingsland
4.
K9 Repaired Paddy Kingsland
5.
The Screens of Zolpha-Thura Paddy Kingsland
6.
The Last Zolpha-Thuran Paddy Kingsland
7.
Chronic Hysteresis Paddy Kingsland
8.
To Tigella Peter Howell
9.
The Deon Oath Peter Howell
10.
The Power Room Peter Howell
11.
The Bell Plants Peter Howell
12.
Meglos Peter Howell
13.
"She's Seen Too Much!" Peter Howell
14.
The Dodecahedron Peter Howell
15.
The Ultimate Impossibility Peter Howell
16.
The Deons Take Command Peter Howell
17.
Earthling Peter Howell
18.
Sacrifice Peter Howell
19.
Other Lives to Save Peter Howell
20.
Countdown Peter Howell

FULL CIRCLE (Serial 5R)

21.
Summons to Gallifrey Paddy Kingsland
22.
Alzarius / The Outlers Paddy Kingsland
23.
The System Files / Adric Paddy Kingsland
24.
Mistfall Paddy Kingsland
25.
The Starliner Paddy Kingsland
26.
Decider Deceased Paddy Kingsland
27.
Adric Finds the TARDIS Paddy Kingsland
28.
Starliner Sealed Paddy Kingsland
29.
The Giants Leave the Swamp Paddy Kingsland
30.
K9 on a Mission / Third Decider Paddy Kingsland
31.
TARDIS Taken Paddy Kingsland
32.
The Marshchild / K9 Loses His Head Paddy Kingsland
33.
The Spiders I Paddy Kingsland
34.
The Spiders II Paddy Kingsland
35.
A Little Patience Paddy Kingsland
36.
Romana Comatose Paddy Kingsland
37.
The Bookroom Paddy Kingsland
38.
The Experiment Paddy Kingsland
39.
The Work of Maintenance Paddy Kingsland
40.
Marshmen I Paddy Kingsland
41.
Blue Veins Paddy Kingsland
42.
Marshmen II Paddy Kingsland
43.
No Return Paddy Kingsland
44.
Oxygen Paddy Kingsland
45.
Full Circle / The Deciders Decide Paddy Kingsland

21.
Doctor Who: Closing Theme Ron Grainer realised Peter Howell


Devils' Planets - The Music of Tristram Cary



Compiled, produced and remastered for compact disc by Mark Ayres
Tristram Cary: Doctor Who - Devils' Planets
Double CD, 2003
BBC Music

DISC 1
1.
Doctor Who (Original Theme) Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire

THE DALEKS (1963-64)

EPISODE 1: THE DEAD PLANET
2.
Forest Atmosphere Tristram Cary
3.
Skaro: Petrified Forest Atmosphere ("Thal Wind") Brian Hodgson
4.
Forest with Creature Tristram Cary
5.
City Music 1 & 2 Tristram Cary
6.
Thing In Jungle Tristram Cary
7.
City Music 3 Tristram Cary
8.
Dalek City Corridor Brian Hodgson
9.
The Daleks Tristram Cary
EPISODE 2: THE SURVIVORS
10.
Radiation Sickness Tristram Cary
11.
Dalek Control Room Brian Hodgson
12.
The Storm Tristram Cary
EPISODE 3: THE ESCAPE
13.
The Storm Continued: Susan Meets Alydon Tristram Cary
14.
Inside The City Tristram Cary
EPISODE 4: THE AMBUSH
15.
The Fight Tristram Cary
16.
The Ambush Tristram Cary
17.
Fluid Link Tristram Cary
EPISODE 5: THE EXPEDITION
18.
Rising Tension Tristram Cary
19.
Demented Dalek Tristram Cary
20.
The Swamp Tristram Cary
EPISODE 6: THE ORDEAL
21.
The Cave I Tristram Cary
22.
Barbara Loses The Rope Tristram Cary
23.
Captives Of The Daleks Tristram Cary
24.
Heartbeats (Antodus Falls) Tristram Cary
EPISODE 7: THE RESCUE
25.
The Cave II Tristram Cary

THE DALEKS' MASTER PLAN (1965-66)

EPISODE 1: THE NIGHTMARE BEGINS
26.
A Strange Sickness Eddie Walker and Musicians
27.
Kembel I Eddie Walker and Musicians
28.
Sting I Tristram Cary
29.
Kembel II Eddie Walker and Musicians
30.
Daleks I Tristram Cary
31.
Kembel III Eddie Walker and Musicians
32.
Daleks II Tristram Cary
EPISODE 2: DAY OF ARMAGEDDON
33.
Daleks At The TARDIS Tristram Cary
34.
Zephon Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
35.
Sting II Tristram Cary
36.
Pyroflames Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
37.
Wall Of Fire Eddie Walker and Musicians
38.
At The City Walls Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
39.
Taranium Tristram Cary
40.
Zephon Raises The Alarm Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
EPISODE 3: DEVIL'S PLANET
41.
Leaving Kembel Eddie Walker and Musicians
42.
Acceleration Tristram Cary
43.
Zephon's Demise Tristram Cary
44.
Desperus Eddie Walker and Musicians
45.
The Screamers Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
EPISODE 4: THE TRAITORS
46.
Leaving Desperus Eddie Walker and Musicians
47.
Sting III / Requiem For Katarina Tristram Cary
48.
Bret Vyon Tristram Cary
49.
Traitor Eddie Walker and Musicians
EPISODE 5: COUNTER PLOT
50.
Counter Plot Eddie Walker and Musicians
51.
The Experiment Eddie Walker and Musicians
52.
Molecular Dissemination Tristram Cary
53.
Limbo Tristram Cary
54.
Mira Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
55.
Invisible Creatures Eddie Walker and Musicians
EPISODE 6: CORONAS OF THE SUN
56.
"The Daleks Have Won!" Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
57.
Invisible Creatures Attack Tristram Cary
58.
Taking The Dalek Ship Tristram Cary
59.
A New Thread Eddie Walker and Musicians
60.
Fake Taranium Tristram Cary
61.
Return To Kembel Eddie Walker and Musicians
62.
Gravity Force Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
EPISODE 7: THE FEAST OF STEVEN
63.
At The Police Station Eddie Walker and Musicians
64.
At The Movie Studio Eddie Walker and Musicians
EPISODE 8: VOLCANO
65.
The Victim I Tristram Cary
66.
The Victim II Eddie Walker and Musicians
67.
The Victim III Tristram Cary
68.
Lava Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
69.
The Monk Eddie Walker and Musicians
EPISODE 9: GOLDEN DEATH
70.
Ancient Egypt Eddie Walker and Musicians
71.
Dalek Time Machine Tristram Cary
72.
The Overseer and the Captain Eddie Walker and Musicians
73.
Daleks At The Pyramids Tristram Cary
74.
Daleks Vs. Egyptians Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
75.
The Doctor Searching Eddie Walker and Musicians
76.
Escape Eddie Walker and Musicians
77.
The Missing TARDIS Eddie Walker and Musicians
EPISODE 10: ESCAPE SWITCH
78.
The Tomb Eddie Walker and Musicians
79.
The Mummy Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
80.
From Egypt To The Ice Planet Eddie Walker and Musicians
EPISODE 11: THE ABANDONED PLANET
81.
Council In Uproar Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
82.
The Core Tristram Cary
83.
Master Of The Universe Tristram Cary

DISC 2
THE DALEKS' MASTER PLAN (1965-66)

EPISODE 12: DESTRUCTION OF TIME

1.
The Heart Of The Mountain Tristram Cary
2.
Growing Menace Tristram Cary
3.
City Music (Loop) Tristram Cary
4.
The Time Destructor Tristram Cary
5.
The Destruction Of Time Eddie Walker and Musicians with Tristram Cary
6.
Daleks Disintegrate Tristram Cary

THE MUTANTS (1972)

Annotated Track Listing
These tracks are an attempt to make a sensible presentation of Tristram Cary's cues for this story. Cary mixed the stereo tracks himself, rejoining the original elements from his master tapes into close approximations of the original television cues.

The following annotations describe where in the story each cue appears, with timings for all tracks containing multiple cues. It seems that Cary composed a lot of ambient background sounds - from high pitched electronic jangles in the Skybase to animal-like noises for the caves - and these are not included every time they appear. (XXIV compiles some of these elements very well.) The cue numbering is our own, counting only the musical tracks.

A continuous suite of 7:12 was later presented on The 50th Anniversary Collection, re-using the tracks prepared for this release.

EPISODE ONE
7.
I Tristram Cary (0:48)
Start
Cue
Details
Drn
0:00
1 cue 1
On the planet Solos, the Marshal chases a Mutt, an old man with a long beard in ragged clothes.
0:06
0:06
1 cue 2
The Marshal's two aides, Stubbs and Cotton, catch-up with the hunted man. He is already dead.
0:42

8.
II Tristram Cary (1:04)
This track was later included as part of The 50th Anniversary suite.

0:00
1 cue 3
At UNIT, a strange multi-sided container materialises on the table in front of the Doctor and Jo.
0:08
0:08
1 cue 4
The pair depart in the TARDIS, their Time/Space co-ordinates pre-set. The first half of this cue is heard again at the end of Episode Six, as the duo leave Solos. On the album, this continues into:
0:32
0:41
1 cue 5
Looking out of a round porthole, the travellers find they have landed aboard a spacecraft in planetary orbit. Continues into:
0:11
0:52
1 cue 6
Listening to a tanoy announcement, they believe that they are to be put through a decontamination unit. Shortened at the start by one second.
0:12

9.
III Tristram Cary (1:02)
This cue later featured in The 50th Anniversary suite.

0:00
1 cue 7
Ky, a noble native of Solos, arrives on the Skybase and quickly starts an argument with his rival, Varan. A security guard apprehends one of their accompanying warriors who he perceives is carrying a mutation; the guard is overpowered by the warrior and left for dead. Extended by five seconds (between 0:42-0:47) compared to the version used on-screen, and with a slightly remixed ending - the low, bubbling sounds originally continued for longer.
1:02

10.
IV Tristram Cary (2:32)
0:00
1 cue 8
The Doctor and Jo trigger an alarm as they begin to explore the base.
0:31
0:31
1 cue 9
The pair continue through another section, and are chased by the mutant warrior. They are rescued by Cotton and Stubbs, who shoot the man dead. Slightly longer than the version used on TV, with extra material at 1:11 (0:01) and 1:31-1:36 (0:04), and with a remixed ending - the original did not include the static-like notes.
2:00

11.
V Tristram Cary (1:03)
0:00
1 cue 10
The Marshal is dressed-down by the Administrator, who informs him that they will be pulling out of Solos. The Doctor and Jo look down at the grey planet below, which the Doctor likens to Earth in the 30th Century. Continues into (and overlaps for around seven seconds with):
0:49
0:42
1 cue 11 or 12
The Doctor tries passing the Time Lord's message box to the Administrator and the Marshal; it fails to open.
0:21

Only one of cues 11 and 12 were on the album; the pair are very similar (perhaps identical) and the sound was presented just once on the CD, shorter than either of its appearances on-screen (from 16:19-16:40 and 17:00-17:26 respectively).

12.
VI Tristram Cary (1:57)
0:00
1 cue 13
The Doctor and Jo are held under guard. The Marshal meets with Varan, who promises that his son has received his instructions. This is edited shorter than the TV version, with six seconds removed from the start and a further 16 seconds from the end. Continues into:
0:39
0:39
1 cue 14
The "bombastic signature tune" of the Overlord's Telecast, much-shortened - this is just an excerpt from the original 0:56 cue. Continues into:
0:18
0:56
1 cue 15
The Doctor and Jo discover a sign on Skybase One making it clear that the inhabitants are segregated into areas for Overlords and Solonians.
0:16
1:10
1 cue 17
The Administrator is shot and, in the following mele, Ky inadvertently touches the message box and it starts to open. Cornered by the Marshal and his guards, Ky grabs Jo as a hostage. The cliff-hanger to Episode One, featuring ten seconds of unused material at the end.
0:46

Cue 16 (from 21:58, 0:07) was not included on the album.

EPISODE TWO
13.
VII Tristram Cary (1:01)
This track was later included as part of The 50th Anniversary suite.

0:00
2 cue 1
Ky and Jo appear in the transfer station on the planet's surface. Continues into:
0:22
0:22
2 cue 2
They overpower a guard and open the airlock door.
0:39

14.
VIII Tristram Cary (1:07)
0:00
2 cue 3
Ky and Jo run through the difficult terrain, with three guards in pursuit; Jo struggles and falls to the ground, defeated. Meanwhile, the Doctor is shown to the Skybase laboratory where the Marshal expects him to re-open the message box with the help of Professor Jaeger.
1:07

15.
IX Tristram Cary (2:43)
0:00
2 cue 4
Ky hides Jo in the undergrowth, attacking one of the guards for his oxygen mask. The Marshal shoots and kills Varan's son, then Varan, as it is revealed that the Marshal himself ordered the Administrator's assasination. This cue was slightly re-edited for the album: there were two seconds missing at 0:59, and at 2:01 were an additional three seconds of material that were not used on-screen.
2:43

16.
X Tristram Cary (0:55)
0:00
2 cue 5
The Doctor nearly succeeds in opening the message box in the laboratory; the wounded Varan breaks into the Herbarium; and Ky resucitates Jo. This track featured three seconds of unused material between 0:07-0:10, and the end was cut short - it continued for another seven seconds on-screen.
0:55

17.
XI Tristram Cary (1:05)
0:00
2 cue 6
Jaeger gets the Marshal alone to tell him that, with the Doctor's help, he could advance their atmosphere regeneration plans. Overlaps for four seconds with:
0:25
0:23
2 cue 7
Varan emerges from hiding to fight Stubbs, who has been searching for him. The Doctor steps in and ensures that neither are harmed.
0:42

18.
XII Tristram Cary (2:31)
0:00
2 cue 8
Varan is coaxed back into hiding and advised to standby for a diversion. Missing the last five seconds. Continues into:
0:47
0:47
2 cue 9
The Doctor causes a power failure across the base and escapes from the laboratory. Varan also escapes, but attacks the Doctor on sight, believing him to be an Overlord... the cliff-hanger to Episode Two. Continues here into:
0:39

EPISODE THREE
1:23
3 cue 1
The cliff-hanger reprise (which originally started with a repeated section from the cue above): The Doctor and Varan teleport down to Solos; once there, the Doctor persuades him that they are on the same side. Includes six seconds of unused material at the end.
1:08

19.
XIII Tristram Cary (1:36)
0:00
3 cue 2
Jo panics as a mutant tries to enter the cave in which she and Ky are sheltering. As they move further into the cave, they attract the attention of a whole pack of them. There are three seconds missing at 1:21, while the very end of the cue continues three seconds longer than the TV version.
1:36

20.
XIV Tristram Cary (3:33)
0:00
3 cue 3
The Doctor and Varan arrive in the caves, just in time to help Ky in his fight against the mutants. Jo makes her own escape, into a cave where the rocks are glowing with light and a silver-suited figure appears before her. The different sections of this cue are edited differently to the TV version, with two seconds missing at 0:51 and two seconds added at 2:03-2:05. The end is further extended by nine seconds.
3:33

21.
XV Tristram Cary (1:17)
This track was later included as part of The 50th Anniversary suite.

0:00
3 cue 4
The Doctor hands the message box to its intended recipient, Ky. Inside are tablets and sketchings. Continues into:
0:39
0:38
3 cue 5
A short cue covering a transition from the cave to Skybase One. Continues into:
0:12
0:48
3 cue 6
Ky and the Doctor discover that Jo is missing.
0:28

22.
XVI Tristram Cary (0:56)
0:00
3 cue 7
Varan is chased by several Overlord guards as he leaves the caves. Continues into:
0:27
0:27
3 cue 8
Varan manages to escape. These two cues are mixed rather differently to the TV versions, with a greater emphasis on the higher-pitched sounds.
0:27

23.
XVII Tristram Cary (2:27)
0:00
3 cue 9
Ky and the Doctor compare their feelings of safety and warmth in the inner caves. Stubbs and Cotton convince the Marshal to allow them time to find and bring back the Doctor. Outside, Varan returns to his village. Includes 18 seconds of unused material between 0:37-0:55, and a short cut at 1:01.
2:27

24.
XVIII Tristram Cary (1:37)
0:00
3 cue 10
Varan commands the beating of the war gong. Fades-out eight seconds earlier than the TV version.
0:52
0:52
3 cue 11
The Marshal prepares grenades and explosives, then evacuates the guards from the caves. The last seven seconds were not used.
0:45

Episode Three cue 12 (from 1:10:17) was not included on the album.

25.
XIX Tristram Cary (1:07)
0:00
3 cue 13
Everyone is stranded in the caves as the gas attack begins... the cliff-hanger to Episode Three.
0:45

EPISODE FOUR
0:45
4 cue 1
The silver-suited figure arrives and leads the group to a door, just as gas fills the tunnels.
0:19

26.
XX Tristram Cary (0:54)
0:00
4 cue 2
The man removes his space helmet to reveal a balding Professor Sondergaard. The last three seconds were unused.
0:54

27.
XXI Tristram Cary (0:42)
0:00
4 cue 3
The Doctor wonders why he has been sent to Solos, and the significance of the tablets.
0:23
0:22
4 cue 4
The Marshal tells Jaeger that they are at war and that he should prepare his rockets to bomb Solos.
0:20

28.
XXII Tristram Cary (1:16)
0:00
4 cue 5
Sondergaard helps the group to leave for Varan's village. The Doctor remains behind to help decipher the tablets, which Sondergaard has identified as the lost history of Solos. Edited slightly differently, with a second missing at 0:21. Continues into:
0:40
0:40
4 cue 6
Stubbs runs into a masked guard, who opens fire on him. Ky knocks him out. There are two seconds of unused material at the start.
0:35

29.
XXIII Tristram Cary (0:56)
0:00
4 cue 7
Stubbs, Cotton and Jo start to move out. At the tunnel exit, Jo spots a figure wearing a helmet. This mix of the cue cuts-out 12 seconds (starting from 0:19) and omits a high-pitched warbling sound.
0:56

30.
XXIV Tristram Cary (1:37)
0:00
4 cue 8
The Doctor and Sondergaard arrive at a section of intense radiation, reminiscent of a cathedral. This cue is mixed quite differently to its TV equivilent, with less of the high-pitched sound and the wind/animal-like effects, and eight seconds of unused material at the end.
1:37

31.
XXV Tristram Cary (2:35)
This track was later included as part of The 50th Anniversary suite.

0:00
4 cue 9
Ky's group arrive at the empty village but are surrounded by Varan's group of warriors and disarmed. In the cave, blasts of energy make Sondergaard collapse and he urges the Doctor to leave him and go on. The Doctor continues and finds a large glowing crystal on a white glowing stand. Taking the crystal, he returns to Sondergaard, carrying the man over his shoulders.
2:35

32.
XXVI Tristram Cary (0:48)
This track was later included as part of The 50th Anniversary suite.

0:00
4 cue 10
Jo, Ky, Stubbs and Cotton are tied up and marched away. Continues into:
0:13
0:11
4 cue 11
Varan starts his invasion of the Skybase, overpowering two guards. Continues into:
0:17
0:27
4 cue 12
The Doctor realises the Solonians are not mutating, but going through a metamorphosis.
0:20

33.
XXVII Tristram Cary (2:52)
0:00
4 cue 13
All guards are recalled to the Skybase and the rocket countdown is started. As the rockets launch, a gunfight between the Marsal and Varan tears a hole in the hull, and threatens to eject Jo, Ky, Stubbs and Cotton... the cliff-hanger to Part Four. Includes three seconds of unused material at 1:24-27 and a short cut (one second missed) at 1:42; the last 28 seconds are also slightly different, although as the TV soundtrack includes a lot of sound effects at this point it's hard to tell for sure how much of this music was used!
2:52

EPISODE FIVE
34.
XXVIII Tristram Cary (0:57)
0:00
5 cue 1
The cliff-hanger reprise. Overlaps on the album with:
0:22
0:00
5 cue 2
The pressure stabilizes, and the Marshal apprehends Jo and Cotton. These two cues are mixed together on the album, incorporating a few seconds of unused material from the end of cue 1 at 0:22-0:25.
0:46
0:48
5 cue 3
Short linking cue, as the Doctor and Sondergaard head for the transfer station.
0:08

35.
XXIX Tristram Cary (1:41)
0:00
5 cue 4
The Marshal sets guards on Solos out after the Doctor.
0:20
0:19
5 cue 5
The Doctor arrives at the transfer station and succeeds in getting back to the Skybase. Continues into:
1:20
1:28
5 cue 6
Establishing shot of the investigator's spacecraft. This version is missing a sustained note from the end of the cue.
0:12

36.
XXX Tristram Cary (1:29)
0:00
5 cue 7
Jo, Ky, Stubbs and Cotton successfully trick their guard into handing over his keys. The last three seconds overlap with:
1:08
1:05
5 cue 8
Stubbs is shot!
0:23

37.
XXXI Tristram Cary (0:48)
0:00
5 cue 9
The remaining trio reach the transfer station but are met and overpowered by the Marshal and his guards. Mixed into a wide stereo field - this sounds a little different to the original mono version.
0:48

38.
XXXII Tristram Cary (0:52)
0:00
5 cue 10
Sondergaard reaches the glowing red caves where a Skybase guard is ready to shoot him. A Mutt comes to his rescue.
0:52

39.
XXXIII Tristram Cary (1:11)
0:00
5 cue 11
The Doctor's beam builds up to full power. Longer than the TV version, where only seven seconds were heard. Continues into:
0:14
0:14
5 cue 12
The Hyperion is about to dock and is announced. Overlaps for three seconds with:
0:23
0:31
5 cue 13
Jo, Cotton and Ky are thrown into a chamber. Cotton realises that when the Hyperion refuels, their chamber will be filled with radiation... the cliff-hanger to Episode Five, which plays around a second longer than the cue heard on-screen. Continues into:
0:19

EPISODE SIX
0:49
6 cue 1
The start of the episode. Overlaps for two seconds with:
0:10
0:57
6 cue 2
The cliff-hanger reprise, leading into the Marshal's frustration at the interruption to his duties. The last four seconds were not used.
0:10

40.
XXXIV Tristram Cary (1:46)
0:00
6 cue 3
Jo, Ky and Cotton plan to escape the chamber just as the rocket refuels. Overlaps for five seconds with:
1:08
1:04
6 cue 4
The trio make a successful escape.
0:40

41.
XXXV Tristram Cary (1:01)
0:00
6 cue 5
Sondergaard enters the cubicle transfer station to go to Skybase; the Mutts are afraid to follow him. Overlaps for five seconds with:
0:50
0:45
6 cue 6
The Marshal shouts and raves when provoked in front of the the investigator.
0:15

42.
XXXVI Tristram Cary (1:55)
0:00
6 cue 7
As one of the Mutts enters the cubicle and transmats to the Skybase, Sondergaard tries to convince the Investigator that the Doctor is correct. Missing eight seconds from the end of the cue.
0:47
0:00
6 cue 8 (i)
The Mutt enters the Marshal's office and is shot down - convincing the Investigator to hand full control back to the Marshall. Ends with a long fade-out (eight seconds) where the TV version continued directly into the next section:
1:08

43.
XXXVII Tristram Cary (1:40)
0:00
6 cue 8 (ii)
The above cue, continued. The Doctor, Jo and Sondergaard escape and lock themselves in the laboratory. Overlaps for two seconds with:
0:20
0:20
6 cue 9
The captives are all returned to the radiation-filled chamber. Ky reacts to the higher dose, and begins to change... This continues six seconds longer than the TV version, which cut-out abruptly.
1:19

44.
XXXVIII Tristram Cary (2:06)
0:00
6 cue 10
Ky speaks to the others telepathically, thanking Sondergaard for his help, before vanishing. Includes five seconds of unused material and the end, and a stereo mix that makes this cue sound a little different to the original mono version (particularly from 0:18 onwards).
1:18
1:18
6 cue 11
The door opens for the others and they escape. Ky's form moves down the corridor and knocks out two guards without touching them. This originally continued into the next cue, but ends on the album with ten seconds of unused material. The end of the cue (from 1:50 on the CD track) is mixed with additional elements that were not heard on the TV version.
0:45

45.
XXXIX Tristram Cary (1:59)
0:00
6 cue 12
The Doctor asks the Marshal if he realises he is about to destroy a unique life form; the Marshall doesn't care and makes Jaeger operate the machine. The device overloads and Jaeger falls, dead. Continues into:
1:22
1:22
6 cue 13
Ky's form appears and strikes down the Marshal. Includes three seconds of unused material at the end.
0:35

The final cue of the story is an eight-second repeat of Episode One cue 4, as the Doctor and Jo return to the storage area where the TARDIS is waiting.

46.
Doctor Who (Closing Theme) Ron Grainer realised Delia Derbyshire (1:15)

The next in the ongoing series of freelance composer releases was Tristram Cary, whose instrumental and electronic recordings for three of his five Doctor Who scores were remastered and presented as the only BBC Music release during the 40th Anniversary year. Cary had first worked with director Christopher Barry in early 1963 on an incidental music score for a TV thriller, No Cloak No Dagger, and Barry invited him to devise an electronic score for The Daleks later that year: a score that Cary would have fun creating on various electronic machines in his Suffolk studio. As he revealed in his sleeve notes, "a 'theme' in electronic music is not necessarily melodic - it may be a special way of attacking a sound, or a distinctive combination of tone colours". The themes from The Daleks score proved so memorable and atmospheric that they would be re-used on later Doctor Who stories The Rescue (1965) and The Ark (1966), with music from both The Daleks and The Daleks' Master Plan appearing in The Power of the Daleks (1966) - the only occasions that music specially commissioned for Doctor Who was re-used in later episodes.

All the tracks on this CD were presented in their original mono with the exception of The Mutants score which was specially mixed into stereo by Tristram Cary himself, in order to represent the score (which was composed in several parts and intended to be mixed together in the studio) as it appeared on-screen.