Delia wrote Towards Tomorrow for a TV series of the same name.
Delia's "Towards Tomorrow" is, like her earlier "Time On Our Hands", a perfect subversion of a classic brave-new-world dynamism phrase. The "tomorrow" I imagine here is the antithesis of that which the BBC in the 60s made much play of promoting to its audience; instead, it could easily be some kind of dystopia, a state of decay or de-evolution.
The Performing Right Society's list of works by Delia Ann Derbyshire has:
Title: Towards Tomorrow Writer(s): Derbyshire Delia Ann Publisher: BBC Worldwide Music Creation date: 1 January 1984
- DD242: Four alternative mixes plus makeup tracks.
- Broadcast on BBC One from 7th December 1967 to 27th May 1969.
- Released on vinyl on Movement, Mime and Music in 1969.
- Released on vinyl on BBC Radiophonic Music in 1971 and 2002/3.
- Released on 10" vinyl on Music from The BBC Radiophonic Workshop in 2003.
- On Attic Tape DD242: "Towards Tomorrow stuff"
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