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1 - The Slaves of Jedikiah, Episode One

Original title : The Slaves of Jedikiah, Episode One
First Aired : 30.04.1973 (UK)
Director : Paul Bernard
Writing credits : Roger Price, Brian Finch
Cast : Patricia Denys (Mrs. Jameson), Peter Weston (Policeman), Neville Barber (Dr. Stewart), Christine Shaw (Staff Nurse), Francis de Wolff (Jedikiah), Michael Standing (Ginge), Derek Crewe (Lefty), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : Schoolboy Stephen Jameson keeps hearing voices. Unknown to Stephen, he is one of the Tomorrow People - the next stage in human evolution. When the manifestation of Stephen's new powers lead to his admission to hospital, Carol, John and Kenny make contact.

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2 - The Slaves of Jedikiah, Episode Two

Original title : The Slaves of Jedikiah, Episode Two
First Aired : 07.05.1973 (UK)
Director : Paul Bernard
Writing credits : Brian Finch, Roger Price
Cast : Robert Bridges (Cyclops), Patricia Denys (Mrs. Jameson), Peter Weston (Policeman), Francis de Wolff (Jedikiah), Michael Standing (Ginge), Derek Crewe (Lefty), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : Carol, John and Kenny rescue Stephen from captivity and take him to the Lab, where he meets TIM, their biotropic sentient computer.

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3 - The Slaves of Jedikiah, Episode Three

Original title : The Slaves of Jedikiah, Episode Three
First Aired : 14.05.1973 (UK)
Director : Paul Bernard
Writing credits : Brian Finch, Roger Price
Cast : Robert Bridges (Cyclops), Francis de Wolff (Jedikiah), Michael Standing (Ginge), Derek Crewe (Lefty), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : Carol and John return to the Lab to see what is wrong with TIM, and fall into a trap set by Jedikiah.

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4 - The Slaves of Jedikiah, Episode Four

Original title : The Slaves of Jedikiah, Episode Four
First Aired : 21.05.1973 (UK)
Director : Paul Bernard
Writing credits : Brian Finch, Roger Price
Cast : Robert Bridges (Cyclops), Francis de Wolff (Jedikiah), Michael Standing (Ginge), Derek Crewe (Lefty), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : Carol, John and Stephen attempt to find Jedikiah's base and rescue Kenny. Stephen is worried that he will again fall under the control of the Cyclops.

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5 - The Slaves of Jedikiah, Episode Five

Original title : The Slaves of Jedikiah, Episode Five
First Aired : 04.06.1973 (UK)
Director : Paul Bernard
Writing credits : Brian Finch, Roger Price
Cast : Robert Bridges (Cyclops), Francis de Wolff (Jedikiah), Michael Standing (Ginge), Derek Crewe (Lefty), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : John and Stephen jaunt to the Cyclops's ship to rescue Kenny, but are caught in a trap. The Cyclops explains his interest in Earth's young telepaths.

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6 - The Medusa Strain, Episode One

Original title : The Medusa Strain, Episode One
First Aired : 11.06.1973 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Brian Finch, Roger Price
Cast : Roger Bizley (Jedikiah), Roger Booth (Rabowski), Dave Prowse (Android), Norman McGlen (The Medusa), Michael Standing (Ginge), Philip Gilbert (Tim), Richard Speight (Peter)

The Story : Five hundred years in the future, the shape-changing robot Jedikiah, is rescued by Rabowski, a man in exile. Rabowski is holding Peter, a telepath, captive. In the present day, Stephen and Carol jaunt into hyperspace to investigate a menacing shadow that Stephen saw there.

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7 - The Medusa Strain, Episode Two

Original title : The Medusa Strain, Episode Two
First Aired : 18.06.1973 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Brian Finch, Roger Price
Cast : Norman McGlen (The Medusa), Roger Booth (Rabowski), Dave Prowse (Android), Roger Bizley (Jedikiah), Michael Standing (Ginge), Philip Gilbert (Tim), Richard Speight (Peter)

The Story : Carol and Stephen jaunt around London, and confirm that everyone has been frozen in time. They find Jedikiah, Rabowski and Peter at the Tower of London, stealing the Crown Jewels, but Carol is kidnapped and taken back to Rabowski's ship in the future.

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8 - The Medusa Strain, Episode Three

Original title : The Medusa Strain, Episode Three
First Aired : 25.06.1973 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Brian Finch, Roger Price
Cast : Roger Bizley (Jedikiah), Roger Booth (Rabowski), Dave Prowse (Android), Norman McGlen (The Medusa), Michael Standing (Ginge), Philip Gilbert (Tim), Richard Speight (Peter)

The Story : John and Stephen jaunt into hyperspace to look for Carol, leaving Kenny and Ginge in the Lab, but Rabowski, Jedikiah and the Medusa use the Time Key to travel to the Lab.

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9 - The Medusa Strain, Episode Four

Original title : The Medusa Strain, Episode Four
First Aired : 02.07.1973 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Brian Finch, Roger Price
Cast : Roger Bizley (Jedikiah), Roger Booth (Rabowski), Dave Prowse (Android), Norman McGlen (The Medusa), Michael Standing (Ginge), Philip Gilbert (Tim), Richard Speight (Peter)

The Story : TIM is able to jaunt John and Stephen back to the Lab and, with Kenny's help, tries to revive them. Carol, Peter and Ginge are still trapped on Rabowski's ship in the future.

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10 - The Vanishing Earth, Episode One

Original title : The Vanishing Earth, Episode One
First Aired : 09.07.1973 (UK)
Director : Paul Bernard
Writing credits : Brian Finch, Roger Price
Cast : Ken Farrington (Smithers), Kevin Stoney (Steen), John Woodnutt (Spidron), Nova Llewellyn (Joy), David Weston (Number 300), Bara Chambers (Control Voice), Michael Standing (Ginge), Derek Crewe (Lefty), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : The Tomorrow People investigate a dramatic increase in the number of natural disasters on Earth. Ginge meets a girl named Joy and is captured by the mysterious Spidron.

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11 - The Vanishing Earth, Episode Two

Original title : The Vanishing Earth, Episode Two
First Aired : 16.07.1973 (UK)
Director : Paul Bernard
Writing credits : Brian Finch, Roger Price
Cast : Ken Farrington (Smithers), Kevin Stoney (Steen), John Woodnutt (Spidron), Nova Llewellyn (Joy), David Weston (Number 300), Michael Standing (Ginge), Derek Crewe (Lefty), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : Lefty returns to London and asks for help in finding Ginge. Stephen accompanies him back to Clacton-on-Sea, where they discover the matter transporter in the Haunted House.

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12 - The Vanishing Earth, Episode Three

Original title : The Vanishing Earth, Episode Three
First Aired : 23.07.1973 (UK)
Director : Paul Bernard
Writing credits : Brian Finch, Roger Price
Cast : Ken Farrington (Smithers), Kevin Stoney (Steen), John Woodnutt (Spidron), Nova Llewellyn (Joy), David Weston (Number 300), Michael Standing (Ginge), Derek Crewe (Lefty), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : Steen, a galactic policeman, tells the Tomorrow People about the criminal Spidron, who has been raiding magnamite, a substance needed to maintain a planet's integrity.

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13 - The Vanishing Earth, Episode Four

Original title : The Vanishing Earth, Episode Four
First Aired : 30.07.1973 (UK)
Director : Paul Bernard
Writing credits : Brian Finch, Roger Price
Cast : Ken Farrington (Smithers), Kevin Stoney (Steen), John Woodnutt (Spidron), Nova Llewellyn (Joy), Michael Standing (Ginge), Derek Crewe (Lefty), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : The Tomorrow People appear helpless as Spidron proceeds with his plan to mine the Earth's magnamite, destroying the planet in the process.

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