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|Birth date:||11 August 1922|
|Death date:||21 February 1981|
|In the DWU|
|Main time period active:||1963|
|Notable non-DWU work:||Steptoe and Son, That Was the Week That Was, Paul Temple, The Omega Man, The Prisoner|
Ron Grainer (11 August 1922-21 February 1981) was an Australian composer who worked for the BBC in 1963. Most notably he wrote the Doctor Who theme/score, which Delia Derbyshire went on to perform. He has been credited in every Doctor Who episode in the original and new series except for the 1996 television movie.
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