A glimpse into the spiritual home of Brian Eno, The Normal, very-early Human League, Gary Numan, and John Foxx — the photography archive of the BBC Radiophonic Workshops. For those outside the British Isles, who may be puzzled, the Studios were where BBC audio boffins created the Dr. Who electronic theme music (.ogg file, 300kb), music which seared itself into the minds of a generation on a weekly basis, softening up our unsuspecting brains for the first time we heard a Kraftwerk album. Doubtless some future music historian will suggest a link between the removal from TV of the old Dr. Who theme tune in 1980, and the huge mass audience for synthpop that emerged in that same year.