BBC Radiophonic Workshop ‎– BBC Sound Effects No. 19 - Doctor Who Sound Effects

BBC Records And Tapes ‎– REC 316
Vinyl, LP, Mono


A1 The Central Control Room In Exillon City - Dr. Who And The Exillons
A2 The Dalek Control Room - Death To The Daleks
A3 Metebelis III Atmosphere - Planet Of The Spiders
A4 Styre's Scouting Machine (Approach, Stop, Search, Depart) - The Destructors
A5 Dalek Hatching Tanks On Skaros - Genesis Of The Daleks
A6 Zygon Spaceship Control Centre - Dr. Who And The Zygons
A7 Sutekh Time Tunnel - Pyramid Of Mars
A8 The Interior Of Xoanon - Face Of Evil
B1 The Shrine Of The Sisterhood Of Karn - Dr. Who And The Brain Of Morbius
B2 Kraal Disorientation Chamber - Android Invasion
B3 The Mandragora Helix - The Curse Of The Mandragora
B4 Atomic Reactor Runs Wild - The Hand Of Death
B5 Wind-Mine Machine - Robots Of Death
B6 Distillation Chamber - The Talons Of Weng Chi'ang
B7 Cloning And Minituarisation Process - The Enemy Within
B8 Inside Dr. Who's Mind - The Enemy Within
B9 Tardis Interior (In Flight)
B10 Tardis Interior (Stationary)
B11 Tardis Observation Screen Operates
B12 Tardis Door Opens
B13 Sonic Screwdriver
B14 Fission Gun (2 Blasts) - Ark In Space
B15 Tesh Gun - Face Of Evil
B16 Gallifreyan Staser Gun (3 Blasts) - The Deadly Assassin
B17 Vardan Gun - The Invasion Of Time
B18 Sontaran Gun (3 Blasts) - The Invasion Of Time
B19 Gallifreyan Staser (3 Blasts)
B20 DematerialIzer Gun (Switch On And Fire) - The Invasion Of Time
B21 Dalek Gun (3 Blasts) - Genesis Of The Daleks
B22 Dragon Ray-Gun - The Talons Of Weng Chi'ang

Companies, etc.



Back cover:
N.B. As these effects were specially made for television use, they are in MONO.
RESTRICTION - These recordings are for amateur use only.

Vinyl appears translucent dark red when held against strong light

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): REC 316 A - 1♢MB (alias Luke Skywalker) 1 DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): REC 316 B - 1♢MB 1 DAMONT



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April 12, 2005
edited over 5 years ago

This was the first ever album I bought with my pocket money back in 19 Oatcake and it still gets played today. It wasn't available in the local record shop and I had to order with a coupon from the back of a Dr. Who comic. Fantastic science fiction sounds all recorded in glorious Mono and many of which have been sampled, cut and scratched by various artists over the years. Pass the jelly babies please...