I was interested (and surprised) to see an extract from a 1968 edition of this long-lost children's series pop up on BBC archive the other day:
According to tv brain Tom Tom ran for no less than six series from 1965 to 1970, yet virtually nothing is left! I don't know if this clip from 26/11/68 exists in isolation (likely) of whether it's a complete edition (less likely). It was shown at 5.20, sandwiched between episodes of Circus Boy and Hector's House.
Tuesday 26th November 1968
17:20 Tom Tom: Making Electronic Music; Cliff-Climbing
Introduced by Norman Tozer A topical magazine programme about people, places, events, ideas, and inventions with John Earle and Janet Kelly from the South and West A leading rock-climbing guide, Mac McDermott, demonstrates the techniques of artificial climbing on some dramatic Cornish cliffs. Contributors Presenter: Norman Tozer Presenter: John Earle Presenter: Janet Kelly Climber: Mac McDermott Director: John Prowse Producer: Lawrence Wade
I assume those are bits of "Power of the Daleks" we're seeing, rather than "Evil". I'm hoping that the Tom Tom episode with future archeologists digging up a 1960s town will surface one day. There'd be a delicious irony in that!