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For decades, the composer credit was given solely to Ron Grainer, but now we know that it is mostly the work of Delia Derbyshire , who manipulated tape at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop to create the eerie final product. Exotic atmosphere was frequently supplied by a generic electronic hum, as lo-fi as the rubber-suit monsters and the cardboard spaceship consoles. In , the show went from black-and-white to color, and the scoring became more luxuriant as well. For the first six years of the Baker run, there was essentially a house composer, Dudley Simpson, who wrote near-continuous underscoring that was performed by varied chamber ensembles. Eventually, the ratings sank and the show was cancelled. The Radiophonic Workshop also finally closed doors, in , after a spectacular forty-year run. The show was lifted by the producer Russell T.