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Delia Derbyshire doc-drama

Discussion in 'music' started by Seanm, May 23, 2021.

  1. Seanm

    Seanm pfm Member

  2. wylton

    wylton Naim and Mana member

    That should be worth watching.
     
  3. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    It is. I watched it last week, very good indeed.
     
  4. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK I had amnesia once or twice...

    The one that she and Sonic Boom did for Radio 4 was rather good too.
     
  5. Mr Neds

    Mr Neds Member

    Recorded and looking forward to....
     
    Nytechy likes this.
  6. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs “telling it like it isn’t...”

    I enjoyed the programme, but didn’t enjoy the acting/dramatisation. I would have preferred a straight documentary. Well worth a viewing.

    The idea of her getting wrecked in the studio is debatable, I hope it did happen, but not so sure.
    Certainly Delia was one of a kind, and definitely held back by men, as women are nowadays, still.
     
    Graham H and deebster like this.
  7. Mr Neds

    Mr Neds Member

    Oh Christ, not the dreaded " dramatic reconstruction" ? That's put me right off
     
  8. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    Don’t be put off, it was very good, and I loved the way Cosey was lurking in the background at times almost as a ghost of the future.
     
  9. Graham H

    Graham H pfm Member

    I was sure sick of that bike being pushed around by the end of it, and as you mention I think it created as many myths as it tried to debunk. I’m familiar with DD’s work beyond Dr. Who, but the programme left me thinking the unthinkable - was her work really on a par with some of her female contemporaries, such as Elaine Radigue, Beatrice Ferreyra, Daphne Oram, Pauline Oliveros, Else Marie Pade, Christina Kubisch?
     

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