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  1. Content. Tomorrow's World was created by Glyn Jones to fill a half-hour slot in the BBC summer schedule. Jones and his wife conceived the show's name the night before the Radio Times went to press. In its early days the show was edited by Max Morgan-Witts and hosted by veteran broadcaster and former Spitfire pilot Raymond amhiehenpaculleospatfizzsimisralax.coinfo some years it had an instrumental theme tune composed.
  2. Feb 24,  · Kieran Prendiville on Tomorrow's World demonstrates the compact disc, sometime in but I can't give an exact date of transmission. Note .
  3. Tomorrow's World helps hundreds of thousands of people make sense of the world through the pages of the Bible. Using the truth, prophecies, and hope of God's.
  4. Various: The World of Tomorrow ‎ (LP, Album, Mono) Astor, Century 21 Records: LA-1, L.A. 1: Australia: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [m] Master Release. Edit Master Release Data Correct. Add all to Wantlist Remove all from Wantlist. Marketplace.
  5. Tomorrow's World - Compact Disc by LarryDors. Tomorrow's World - Arcade Game by ENGLISHvintageTV. Tomorrow's World theme and opening/closing sequences () + TARDIS.
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  7. Tomorrow's World is the 14th studio album by English synth-pop duo amhiehenpaculleospatfizzsimisralax.coinfo was released by Mute Records in the United Kingdom on 3 October and in North America on 11 October As with their previous album, Light at the End of the World (), Tomorrow's World reached number 29 on the UK Albums Chart. The album was written in New York, London, and at Vince Clarke's cabin .
  8. Dec 05,  · There are two pieces of music, and they are both the theme song, "Tomorrow's World Theme" by John Dankworth. The first one was taken from the album, "Songs From The British Academy, Volume 1." This version might not be the original. The second one was taken from the actual BBC opening but under 30 seconds.

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