Howard Goodall

Howard Goodall was educated at New College School, Stowe School and Lord Williams’s School. A boy chorister, he studied music at Christ Church, Oxford, where he achieved a First. He became known to the public for composing the theme tunes to popular BBC comedy series such as The Black Adder (1982), Red Dwarf (1988) and The Vicar of Dibley (1994). He has also presented educational programmes on music, such as 20th Century Greats (2004) and Sgt Pepper’s Musical Revolution with Howard Goodall (2017). He is particularly noted as an expert on the music of The Beatles.

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