British conducter/arranger. Wally Stott, who later became Angela Morley, was one of the great unsung heroes of British popular music. During its 1950s heyday, he established himself as one of the leading composers of light orchestral music while becoming resident musical director at the new Philips label. Along the way, he wrote the themes for the Tony Hancock television programs and was also musical director for the Goons. He also worked with Shirley Bassey, Dusty Springfield, Susan Maughan, Dusty Springfield, Mel Tormé, Noel Coward, Marty Wilde, Diana Dors, Roy Castle, Anne Shelton and Scott Walker.