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Delia created a 26-second signature tune for the 1964 BBC radio series Talk Out, a "modern discussion programme" produced by Humphrey Barclay, which was the equivalent of today's Points of View programme in which listeners send in their comments on the BBC's programmes.
It consists of a couple of bars of Delia's piece Mattachin overlaid with recorded and effected versions of what are described as “out-take mouth noises”, i.e. people saying "Um", "Er", "Talk-Out" and suchlike.
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The pilot programme was not accepted by the Home Service and so it was never broadcast.
- Released on BBC Radiophonic Workshop 21
- Released on Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop - Volume 1: The Early Years
- In the BBC Sound Archive on tape TRW 6148.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 The Tape Library List entry for TRW 6148.