Michael Mason started as a BBC Radio Producer in 1965 and "collaborated extensively with the Radiophonic Workshop [producing a] series of epic, richly layered montage features, starting with A Bayeux Tapestry and Rus in the late 60s and ending with Sunken Treasure in 1983."
Delia worked on his milestone first radio production, A Bayeux Tapestry.
He also worked with the Radiophonic Workshop on other "characteristically multilayered productions", but not with Delia, to create:
- Rus (a history of Russia) (1967, working with David Cain)
- The Long March (1970, working with David Cain and Dick Mills)
- Plain Tales from the Raj (1974)
- The British Seafarer (1979-80)
By a strange coincidence, he was born in Maida Vale, home of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.
- ↑ Michael Mason's obituary in the Daily Telegraph.
- ↑ Public Service Broadcasting by David Hendy, pp.52-53.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Michael Mason's obituary in The Guardian.
- ↑ The Tape Library List's entry for TRW 6639: "Sound images for Rus".
- ↑ The Tape Library List's entry for TRW 7301-7326: "The Long March of Everyman".