No kidding, but Delia Derbyshire *STILL* doesn't get the recognition she deserves!
She largely created the original Dr. Who music. The tune was written by Ron Grainer, and the BBC still gives him credit for it -- but every single note of it was put together --and I mean that in the sense of utter craftsmanship-- by Derbyshire. She pioneered synthesizing techniques long before the technology to do it existed, by distorting, chopping and pitch-shifting individual pre-recorded piano notes, with wave signal and noise generators, filters and sine-wave oscillators, then cutting the tape by hand and manual adjustments of tape playback speed. The result was something decades ahead of its time and utterly extraordinary.
Look up the full article on Wikipedia, it's got some good detail.
The BBC prevented Derbyshire from being credited for her work, but I think she deserves one heck of a lot more recognition of her talent than she ever got.