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The Tomorrow People enthralled a legion of children in the 1970s and is today remembered as one of the most imaginative and popular children’s programmes of all time.

Jaunt back to the time when a group of gifted youngsters were Earth’s only protection against a group of evil villains and intergalactic terrors.

Nature, fearful that mankind will finally destroy itself, has produced a new species called Homo-Superiors, who have telekinetic abilities, teleportation, a secret base and a futuristic talking computer. This new race, The Tomorrow People are to inherit the Earth and turn it into a planet, where technology will only be used in the cause of peace and where wars and suffering will be unknown.
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#1
That used to scare me to death.
#2
yeah, loved it and hated it!
#3
Oh wicked I used to love this as a kid..
#4
One to show the kids, i know it will look sooooooooo dated, but i loved it. Thanks.
#6

Thanks, thats a few nights reminiscing sorted out! Music is actualy like i remember it, scary!!!!
#7
Loved it as a kid!
#8
Even as a kid I could'nt stand to watch this the hammy and amateurish crapola
#9
This brought back so many memories. I remember the earlier series were quite good but the last couple!!!!
#10
Loved this as a kid - I always wish I had a belt like they did to get me around!
#11
jaunting as I remember!
#12
hot find never seen it but heard good things about it.
#13
My absolutely unmissable fav programme when I was 10!! Not gonna buy it though cos at 47 I'd rather remember it from a kid's perspective :)

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