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27 - Secret Weapon, Episode One: Found and Lost

Original title : Secret Weapon, Episode One: Found and Lost
First Aired : 26.02.1975 (UK)
Director : Stan Woodward
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Joanna Tope (Mrs. Boswell), Trevor Bannister (Colonel Masters), Bryan Stanion (Prof. Cawston), Ann Curthoys (Tricia Conway), Denise Cook (Evergreen)

The Story : John, Elizabeth and Stephen hear another Tomorrow Person asking for help. Professor Cawston has discovered that a gypsy boy named Tyso is about to break-out, and has arranged to demonstrate his abilities to a Colonel Masters.

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28 - Secret Weapon, Episode Two: Not Quite a Sleeping Beauty

Original title : Secret Weapon, Episode Two: Not Quite a Sleeping Beauty
First Aired : 05.03.1975 (UK)
Director : Stan Woodward
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Trevor Bannister (Colonel Masters), Joanna Tope (Mrs. Boswell), Frank Gatliff (Father Martin O'Connor), Bryan Stanion (Prof. Cawston), Ann Curthoys (Tricia Conway)

The Story : Colonel Masters and Tricia Conway kidnap Stephen, and take him to the Research Establishment, where Prof. Cawston is asked to carry out experiments on the two telepaths.

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29 - Secret Weapon, Episode Three: Whose Side Are You On, Professor?

Original title : Secret Weapon, Episode Three: Whose Side Are You On, Professor?
First Aired : 12.03.1975 (UK)
Director : Stan Woodward
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Trevor Bannister (Colonel Masters), Bryan Stanion (Prof. Cawston), Ann Curthoys (Tricia Conway)

The Story : John and Elizabeth take Prof. Cawston into their confidence, and ask for his help in freeing Stephen and Tyso from the Research Establishment.

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30 - Secret Weapon, Episode Four: A Present from Russia

Original title : Secret Weapon, Episode Four: A Present from Russia
First Aired : 19.03.1975 (UK)
Director : Stan Woodward
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Trevor Bannister (Colonel Masters), Hugh Morton (Prime Minister), Bryan Stanion (Prof. Cawston), Ann Curthoys (Tricia Conway), Christopher Chittell (Chris)

The Story : With John unconscious and Elizabeth and Stephen in captivity, Chris has to help save the day.

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31 - Worlds Away, Episode One: Secret of the Pyramid

Original title : Worlds Away, Episode One: Secret of the Pyramid
First Aired : 26.03.1975 (UK)
Director : Dennis Kirkland, Vic Hughes
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Joanna Tope (Mrs. Boswell), Lydia Lisle (Lenda), Denise Cook (Evergreen)

The Story : The Tomorrow People are visited by Ambassador Timus of the Galactic Federation, who sends them to the plant Peeri to help save the Vesh from the activities of the Kulthan. A psi-damping transmitter is inhibiting the Vesh's abilities.

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32 - Worlds Away, Episode Two: Hound of the Night

Original title : Worlds Away, Episode Two: Hound of the Night
First Aired : 02.04.1975 (UK)
Director : Dennis Kirkland, Vic Hughes
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Lydia Lisle (Lenda), Reg Lye (Vanyon), Barry Linehan (Veshtaker), Keith Chegwin (Arkron)

The Story : Tikno, a clone brother to Timus, arrives disguised as a Khultan. He explains that Veshtakers hunt and capture the Vesh, where they are sacrificed and taken by the Khultan.

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33 - Worlds Away, Episode Three: More for the Burning

Original title : Worlds Away, Episode Three: More for the Burning
First Aired : 09.04.1975 (UK)
Director : Dennis Kirkland, Vic Hughes
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Reg Lye (Vanyon), Barry Linehan (Veshtaker), Lydia Lisle (Lenda), Keith Chegwin (Arkron)

The Story : The Tomorrow People join forces with the Vesh warriors, but are soon captured by the Veshtakers.

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34 - A Man for Emily, Episode One: The Fastest Gun

Original title : A Man for Emily, Episode One: The Fastest Gun
First Aired : 16.04.1975 (UK)
Director : Stan Woodward
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Margaret Burton (The Momma), Sandra Dickinson (Emily), Peter Davison (Elmer), Bill Dean (Mr. Greenhead), Robin Parkinson (Publican)

The Story : John and Elizabeth investigate a spaceship that has recently arrived in Earth's orbit, and discover that its occupants are space gypies, the last survivors of an alien matriarchal society, who have come to investigate the planet. The man-boy, Elmer, is sent to Earth to obtain supplies.

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35 - A Man for Emily, Episode Two: Here We Go Round the Doozlum

Original title : A Man for Emily, Episode Two: Here We Go Round the Doozlum
First Aired : 23.04.1975 (UK)
Director : Stan Woodward
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Margaret Burton (The Momma), Sandra Dickinson (Emily), Peter Davison (Elmer), Robin Parkinson (Publican)

The Story : Momma threatens to destroy Earth unless Elmer is released from custody, so the Tomorrow People must help him escape. Emily takes a shine to John.

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36 - A Man for Emily, Episode Three: Shotgun Wedding

Original title : A Man for Emily, Episode Three: Shotgun Wedding
First Aired : 30.04.1975 (UK)
Director : Stan Woodward
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Margaret Burton (The Momma), Sandra Dickinson (Emily), Peter Davison (Elmer)

The Story : John secures Elmer's release, but he seems reluctant to return to his old life aboard the ship.

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37 - The Revenge of Jedikiah, Episode One: Curse of the Mummy's Tomb

Original title : The Revenge of Jedikiah, Episode One: Curse of the Mummy's Tomb
First Aired : 07.05.1975 (UK)
Director : Vic Hughes
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Ali Bongo (Mustaf), Anne Ridler (Prof. Johnson), Bryan Stanion (Prof. Cawston), Ann Curthoys (Tricia Conway), Denise Cook (Evergreen)

The Story : Jedikiah, a shape-changing android believed to have been destroyed, was rescued and sent to ancient Egypt by an alien race. He was placed in a tomb and remained there for 500 years until it was reopened by Professor Cawston and Professor Johnston. Freed Jedikiah has one thing on his mind: revenge on the Tomorrow People.

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38 - The Revenge of Jedikiah, Episode Two: Last Chance

Original title : The Revenge of Jedikiah, Episode Two: Last Chance
First Aired : 14.05.1975 (UK)
Director : Vic Hughes
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : Ali Bongo (Mustaf), John Lyons (Sergeant Evans), Bryan Stanion (Prof. Cawston), Ann Curthoys (Tricia Conway), Denise Cook (Evergreen)

The Story : Patricia Conway goes to Jedikiah thinking he is Stephen and asks him to go back to EWE and talk to Col. Masters about working for them. He agrees to go and kills Col. Masters leaving Patricia to think that Stephen has committed murder. She goes to see Professor Cawston to ask his help in finding Stephen. Meanwhile Jedikiah takes the shape of several different people including Patricia and Professor Cawston hoping they will lead him to the Tomorrow People. Liz and John are gunned down after jaunting in and surprising a EWE guard and placed in ICU.

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39 - The Revenge of Jedikiah, Episode Three: Farewell Performance

Original title : The Revenge of Jedikiah, Episode Three: Farewell Performance
First Aired : 21.05.1975 (UK)
Director : Vic Hughes
Writing credits : Roger Price
Cast : John Lyons (Sergeant Evans), Francis de Wolff (Jedikiah), Bryan Stanion (Prof. Cawston), Ann Curthoys (Tricia Conway), Denise Cook (Evergreen)

The Story : Finding Stephen and Tyso, Jedikiah forces them to lead him back to the Lab. He switches TIM off and places silencer bands on Stephen and Tyso to stop them from using their powers. Meanwhile Patricia starts to break out and teleports to the Lab, where she turns TIM back on. TIM has enough time to call the Timus of the Galactic Trig to help save the day.

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