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14 - The Blue and the Green, Episode 1: An Apple for the Teacher

Original title : The Blue and the Green, Episode 1: An Apple for the Teacher
First Aired : 04.02.1974 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Jason Kemp (Robert), Ray Burdis (Johnson), Christopher Chittell (Chris), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : Stephen is surprised to see an accurate painting of Rexal 4, and suspects that his teacher, Elizabeth M'Bondo, is "breaking-out". John and Stephen try to tell her about the Tomorrow People, but she refuses to believe them.

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15 - The Blue and the Green, Episode 2: The Changing Picture

Original title : The Blue and the Green, Episode 2: The Changing Picture
First Aired : 11.02.1974 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Jason Kemp (Robert), Ray Burdis (Johnson), Christopher Chittell (Chris), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : John and Stephen jaunt into hyperspace to find Elizabeth, who has jaunted without understanding her emerging abilities. Fights break out at school between the "Blues" and the "Greens". John and Stephen investigate the mysterious changing picture.

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16 - The Blue and the Green, Episode 3: The Trojan Horse

Original title : The Blue and the Green, Episode 3: The Trojan Horse
First Aired : 18.02.1974 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Jason Kemp (Robert), Ray Burdis (Johnson), Nigel Pegram (Grandfather), Christopher Chittell (Chris), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : Across the country, paintings are changing and exerting an evil influence over those nearby. John buys a painting from Robert's grandfather, and takes it back to the Lab.

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17 - The Blue and the Green, Episode 4: Cuckoo in the Nest

Original title : The Blue and the Green, Episode 4: Cuckoo in the Nest
First Aired : 25.02.1974 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Jason Kemp (Robert), Ray Burdis (Johnson), Nigel Pegram (Grandfather), Christopher Chittell (Chris), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : John is trapped in the cellar of the antique shop, and his powers are negated. Chris tries to help investigate Robert's role in the nationwide riots, but soon finds himself on the wrong side of the law.

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18 - The Blue and the Green, Episode 5: The Swarming Season

Original title : The Blue and the Green, Episode 5: The Swarming Season
First Aired : 04.03.1974 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Jason Kemp (Robert), Simon Merrick (Police Inspector), Nigel Pegram (Grandfather), Christopher Chittell (Chris), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : Robert reveals his secret to John. A batch of Denagelee eggs is due to hatch, releasing enormous energy and threatening the destruction of human civilisation.

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19 - A Rift in Time, Episode 1: Vase of Mystery

Original title : A Rift in Time, Episode 1: Vase of Mystery
First Aired : 11.03.1974 (UK)
Director : Darrol Blake
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Sylvia Coleridge (Professor Freda , Garner), Sammie Winmill (Carol), Stanley Lebor (Gaius), Mike Lee Lane (Guthrun), Leonardo Pieroni (Lothar), Christopher Chittell (Chris), Philip Gilbert (Tim), Bryan Stanion (Professor Cawston), Richard Speight (Peter)

The Story : Stephen and John share a dream in which Peter, the Time Guardian, runs through a forest, calls for their help, and shows them a vase. They look through thousands of pictures of vases before finding the one in the dream. Stephen tricks Professor Garner into bringing the vase to him.

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20 - A Rift in Time, Episode 2: Turn of the Thumb

Original title : A Rift in Time, Episode 2: Turn of the Thumb
First Aired : 18.03.1974 (UK)
Director : Darrol Blake
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Stanley Lebor (Gaius), Stephen Jack (Zenon), Sylvia Coleridge (Professor Freda , Garner), Mike Lee Lane (Guthrun), Leonardo Pieroni (Lothar), Christopher Chittell (Chris), Philip Gilbert (Tim), Richard Speight (Peter), Bryan Stanion (Professor Cawston)

The Story : Stephen, having uses the time disc, is caught in a time trap, but is rescued by Zenon, a Time Guardian. He gives Stephen a set of time discs and asks the Tomorow People to travel to Ancient Rome and rescue Peter.

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21 - A Rift in Time, Episode 3: From Little Acorns…

Original title : A Rift in Time, Episode 3: From Little Acorns…
First Aired : 25.03.1974 (UK)
Director : Darrol Blake
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Peter Duncan (Cotus), Stanley Lebor (Gaius), Mike Lee Lane (Guthrun), Leonardo Pieroni (Lothar), Leonard Gregory (Trystan), Christopher Chittell (Chris), Richard Speight (Peter), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : John, Elizabeth, Stephen and Chris are trapped in Roman Britain. Peter realises that Gaius, the head of the gladiator school, is responsible for the time warp.

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22 - A Rift in Time, Episode 4: Rise of the Roman Empire

Original title : A Rift in Time, Episode 4: Rise of the Roman Empire
First Aired : 01.04.1974 (UK)
Director : Darrol Blake
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Peter Duncan (Cotus), Stanley Lebor (Gaius), Leonard Gregory (Trystan), Christopher Chittell (Chris), Richard Speight (Peter), Philip Gilbert (Tim)

The Story : John, Elizabeth, Stephen and Chris have arrived at the correct space-time, but on Planet Rome, a world where, thanks to Gaius's meddling, the Roman Empire never ended.

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23 - The Doomsday Men, Episode 1: Dressed to Kill

Original title : The Doomsday Men, Episode 1: Dressed to Kill
First Aired : 08.04.1974 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : William Relton (Douglas), Simon Gipps-Kent (Paul), Nigel Pegram (Traffic Warden), Lindsay Campbell (Lt. Gen. McLelland), Arnold Peters (Dr. Laird), Philip Gilbert (Tim), Christopher Chittell (Chris)

The Story : Stephen goes to Glen College to investigate the Doomsday Men, a secret organisation dedicated to war, where he befriends Douglas, grandson of the organisation's leader.

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24 - The Doomsday Men, Episode 2: The Burning Sword

Original title : The Doomsday Men, Episode 2: The Burning Sword
First Aired : 22.04.1974 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : William Relton (Douglas), Nigel Pegram (Traffic Warden), Lindsay Campbell (Lt. Gen. McLelland), Arnold Peters (Dr. Laird), Simon Gipps-Kent (Paul), Eric Young (Lee Wan), Derek Murcott (Major Longford), Philip Gilbert (Tim), Christopher Chittell (Chris)

The Story : Stephen discovers that Operation Silver Thread, the Doomsday Men's plot to prevent the signing of an international peace treaty, is to involve the Damocles space station. TIM picks up a distress call from Lee Wan, an astronaut aboard the station.

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25 - The Doomsday Men, Episode 3: Run Rabbit Run

Original title : The Doomsday Men, Episode 3: Run Rabbit Run
First Aired : 29.04.1974 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : William Relton (Douglas), Nigel Pegram (Traffic Warden), Lindsay Campbell (Lt. Gen. McLelland), Arnold Peters (Dr. Laird), Simon Gipps-Kent (Paul), Eric Young (Lee Wan), Derek Murcott (Major Longford), Philip Gilbert (Tim), Christopher Chittell (Chris)

The Story : John and Elizabeth decide to try to re-capture the Damocles, but Lee Wan warns them that a dead man's switch may be used to launch nuclear missiles held on the station. Douglas is kidnapped.

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26 - The Doomsday Men, Episode 4: The Shuttlecock

Original title : The Doomsday Men, Episode 4: The Shuttlecock
First Aired : 06.05.1974 (UK)
Director : Roger Price
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : William Relton (Douglas), Lindsay Campbell (Lt. Gen. McLelland), Arnold Peters (Dr. Laird), Simon Gipps-Kent (Paul), Eric Young (Lee Wan), Derek Murcott (Major Longford), Philip Gilbert (Tim), Christopher Chittell (Chris)

The Story : Stephen tracks down Douglas's kidnappers. Aided by Lee Wan, the Tomorrow People try to take control of the Damocles before the launch countdown.

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