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"The Tomorrow People" (1973) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
Year: 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Slaves of Jedikiah: Part 1

30 April 1973
Adolescent Stephen Jameson doesn't know it but he's about to break out, and several other special teenagers, as well as two thugs, hope to find him when or before he does.

Sammie Winmill ... Carol

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Stephen Salmon ... Kenny
Francis De Wolff ... Jedikiah
Michael Standing ... Ginge
Derek Crewe ... Lefty
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Patricia Denys ... Mrs. Jameson
Peter Weston ... Policeman
Neville Barber ... Dr. Stewart
Christine Shaw ... Staff Nurse

Season 1, Episode 2: The Slaves of Jedikiah: Part 2

7 May 1973
Stephen has been abducted from the hospital by Ginge and Lefty, who take him to the mysterious Jedikiah. John, Carol and Kenny attempt to locate him and get him safely back to the lab.

Sammie Winmill ... Carol

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Stephen Salmon ... Kenny
Francis De Wolff ... Jedikiah
Michael Standing ... Ginge
Derek Crewe ... Lefty
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Robert Bridges ... Cyclops
Patricia Denys ... Mrs. Jameson
Peter Weston ... Policeman

Paul Weston ... Motor bike person (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Slaves of Jedikiah: Part 3

14 May 1973
In the Tomorrow lab, Jedikiah lays in wait to catch Tomorrow People like flies in his web of technology.

Season 1, Episode 4: The Slaves of Jedikiah: Part 4

28 May 1973
John, Carol and Stephen recover to find Jedikiah has left, taking Kenny with him. They follow them back to the mansion in order to perform a rescue only to discover Jedikiah has set a trap for them.

Season 1, Episode 5: The Slaves of Jedikiah: Part 5

4 June 1973
John and Stephen jaunt up to cyclops' spaceship in an attempt to rescue Kenny, Ginge and Lefty. There they finally meet the cyclops and discover the real reason why he wants telepaths.

Season 1, Episode 6: The Medusa Strain: Part 1

11 June 1973
Jedikiah is recovered from space by Count Rabowski, who is already holding prisoner Peter, one of the Time Guardians. Jedikiah tricks Peter into transporting them to the 20th century so he can get his revenge on the Tomorrow People.

Season 1, Episode 7: The Medusa Strain: Part 2

18 June 1973
Carol and Stephen jaunt to the Tower of London where they encounter Jedikiah. Jedikiah takes Carol back to Rabowski's spaceship, hoping to use her as leverage with Peter.

Season 1, Episode 8: The Medusa Strain: Part 3

25 June 1973
Rabowski finally coerces Peter into opening another Time Arch, where Jedikiah sends Rabowski to assault the lab in a prelude to eradicate the existence of Tomorrow People for all time.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Medusa Strain: Part 4

2 July 1973
TIM jaunts John and Stephen back to the lab where Kenny attempts to revive them. Meanwhile, Jedikiah forces Peter to take them back to the 20th century one last time.

Season 1, Episode 10: The Vanishing Earth: Part 1

9 July 1973
The Tomorrow People investigate a series of natural disasters which are threatening the entire planet. Meanwhile, Ginger and Lefty take a day trip to Clacton and encounter a sinister pier attraction.

Sammie Winmill ... Carol

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Stephen Salmon ... Kenny
Kenneth Farrington ... Smithers
Michael Standing ... Ginge
Derek Crewe ... Lefty
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Kevin Stoney ... Steen
John Woodnutt ... Spidron
Nova Llewellyn ... Joy

David Weston ... Number 300
Bara Chambers ... Control (voice)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Vanishing Earth: Part 2

16 July 1973
Ginger is brainwashed by the mysterious Spidron, who puts him to work in his mine operation. Meanwhile, Stephen and Lefty return to the pier in search of their friend.

Sammie Winmill ... Carol

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Stephen Salmon ... Kenny
Kenneth Farrington ... Smithers
Michael Standing ... Ginge
Derek Crewe ... Lefty
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Kevin Stoney ... Steen
John Woodnutt ... Spidron
Nova Llewellyn ... Joy

David Weston ... Number 300

Season 1, Episode 12: The Vanishing Earth: Part 3

23 July 1973
John and Carol return to the lab where they find Stephen has been returned safely but no-one has any memory of what has happened. Meanwhile, Steen returns to the pier to continue his investigation into Spidron.

Sammie Winmill ... Carol

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Stephen Salmon ... Kenny
Kenneth Farrington ... Smithers
Michael Standing ... Ginge
Derek Crewe ... Lefty
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Kevin Stoney ... Steen
John Woodnutt ... Spidron
Nova Llewellyn ... Joy

Season 1, Episode 13: The Vanishing Earth: Part 4

30 July 1973
The Tomorrow People and Steen must find a way to save the workers trapped in Spidron's collapsing mine workings. Then they must track down Spidron and Sandor and stop them escaping or the entire Earth will be destroyed.

Sammie Winmill ... Carol

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Stephen Salmon ... Kenny
Michael Standing ... Ginge
Derek Crewe ... Lefty
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Kevin Stoney ... Steen
John Woodnutt ... Spidron
Nova Llewellyn ... Joy

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Blue and the Green: An Apple for the Teacher

4 February 1974
John and Stephen find themselves with two mysteries to investigate - the possibility that Stephen's new teacher Elizabeth M'Bondo is a Tomorrow Person and some worryingly accurate paintings of alien planets.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Jason Kemp ... Robert
Ray Burdis ... Johnson
John Blundell ... Student (uncredited)

Pauline Quirke ... Student (uncredited)
Linda Robson ... Student (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Blue and the Green: A Changing Picture

11 February 1974
John and Stephen follow Liz into hyperspace, where they manage to rescue her and return her to the lab. Convinced of their story, she agrees to help them investigate the paintings, which seem to induce violence in those around them.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Chris Chittell ... Chris (as Christopher Chittell)
Jason Kemp ... Robert
Ray Burdis ... Johnson
John Blundell ... Student (uncredited)

Pauline Quirke ... Student (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Blue and the Green: The Trojan Horse

18 February 1974
John and Stephen rescue Liz from the youths and find out about the second painting. John buys it from a man who turns out to be Robert's grandfather and takes it back to the lab, only to find out it may be a trap.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Chris Chittell ... Chris (as Christopher Chittell)
Nigel Pegram ... Grandfather
Jason Kemp ... Robert
Ray Burdis ... Johnson
John Blundell ... Student (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Blue and the Green: Cuckoo in the Nest

25 February 1974
John is being held prisoner by Robert in the cellar of the antique shop, unable to use his powers. Chris attempts to rescue him but only succeeds in getting himself in trouble with the police.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Chris Chittell ... Chris (as Christopher Chittell)
Nigel Pegram ... Grandfather
Jason Kemp ... Robert
Simon Merrick ... Police Inspector
Stephen Brassett ... Howard
Elvis Payne ... Graham

Pauline Quirke ... Student (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Blue and the Green: The Swarming Season

4 March 1974
Robert explains to John that his race uses violent energy as a power source. If they stay on Earth, they will die, but the violence needed to power their departure will complete destroy Earth's civilisation.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Chris Chittell ... Chris (as Christopher Chittell)
Nigel Pegram ... Grandfather
Jason Kemp ... Robert
Simon Merrick ... Police Inspector

Season 2, Episode 6: A Rift in Time: Vase of Mystery

11 March 1974
John and Stephen both begin having dreams about Peter and realise he is asking for help, but first they must track down a Roman vase that also appears in the dream.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Chris Chittell ... Chris (as Christopher Chittell)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)

Sylvia Coleridge ... Professor Freda Garner
Bryan Stanyon ... Professor Cawston (as Bryan Stanion)

Richard Speight ... Peter

Sammie Winmill ... Carol (archive footage)

Stanley Lebor ... Gaius
Mike Lee Lane ... Guthrun
Leonardo Pieroni ... Lothar
Michael Deeks ... Slave. (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: A Rift in Time: Turn of the Thumb

18 March 1974
Stephen is transported to the Hall of the Time Guardians where he meets Zenon, Peter's grandfather. Peter has become lost in the past and his only hope of rescue lies with the Tomorrow People.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Chris Chittell ... Chris (as Christopher Chittell)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)

Stanley Lebor ... Gaius
Stephen Jack ... Zenon

Richard Speight ... Peter

Sylvia Coleridge ... Professor Freda Garner
Bryan Stanyon ... Professor Cawston (as Bryan Stanion)
Mike Lee Lane ... Guthrun
Leonardo Pieroni ... Lothar

Season 2, Episode 8: A Rift in Time: From Little Acorns...

25 March 1974
John, Liz and Chris plan an attack on the gladiator training school to try and rescue Stephen and Peter, but none of them have realised Gaius' true nature.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Chris Chittell ... Chris (as Christopher Chittell)

Richard Speight ... Peter
Peter Duncan ... Cotus

Stanley Lebor ... Gaius
Mike Lee Lane ... Guthrun
Leonardo Pieroni ... Lothar
Leonard Gregory ... Trystan

Season 2, Episode 9: A Rift in Time: Rise of the Roman Empire

1 April 1974
History has been altered and the Roman Empire now encompasses half the galaxy. The Tomorrow People and their friends must return to the past to put things right but Gaius is in hot pursuit.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Doomsday Men: Dressed to Kill

8 April 1974
A new peace treaty is about to be signed but the Tomorrow People are worried about the Doomsday Men, an organisation dedicated to the perpetuation of war. Stephen is sent undercover at the same school as the grandson of the group's leader.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Chris Chittell ... Chris (as Christopher Chittell)
William Relton ... Douglas
Simon Gipps-Kent ... Paul
Nigel Pegram ... Traffic Warden
Lindsay Campbell ... Lieutenant General McLelland
Arnold Peters ... Dr. Laird

Season 2, Episode 11: The Doomsday Men: The Burning Sword

15 April 1974
Stephen earns the respect of Douglas and the others and is invited to join the Doomsday Men. Meanwhile, an accident at the Damocles space station leaves an astronaut in danger, so the Tomorrow People decide to intervene.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Chris Chittell ... Chris (as Christopher Chittell)

Ric Young ... Lee Wan (as Eric Young)
Arnold Peters ... Dr. Laird
William Relton ... Douglas
Simon Gipps-Kent ... Paul
Nigel Pegram ... Traffic Warden
Lindsay Campbell ... Lieutenant General McLelland
Derek Murcott ... Major Longford

Season 2, Episode 12: The Doomsday Men: Run Rabbit Run

29 April 1974
The Damocles is in the hands of the Doomsday Men and the Tomorrow People are powerless to act. Any attempt at intervention and McLelland will throw the dead man's switch and launch nuclear missiles towards the Earth.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Chris Chittell ... Chris (as Christopher Chittell)

Ric Young ... Lee Wan (as Eric Young)
Lindsay Campbell ... Lieutenant General McLelland
Arnold Peters ... Dr. Laird
Derek Murcott ... Major Longford
William Relton ... Douglas
Simon Gipps-Kent ... Paul
Nigel Pegram ... Traffic Warden

Bill Treacher ... Doomsday Man (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Doomsday Men: The Shuttlecock

6 May 1974
Stephen and Paul suspect Laird is involved in Douglas' kidnapping and follow him, only to learn the whole incident was set up by the Doomsday Men. Stephen teleports both boys back to the lab where the Tomorrow People try to convince them to help stop McLelland.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Chris Chittell ... Chris (as Christopher Chittell)

Ric Young ... Lee Wan (as Eric Young)
Arnold Peters ... Dr. Laird
William Relton ... Douglas
Simon Gipps-Kent ... Paul
Lindsay Campbell ... Lieutenant General McLelland
Derek Murcott ... Major Longford

Bill Treacher ... Doomsday Man (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Secret Weapon: Lost & Found

26 February 1975
John, Liz and Stephen sense the breakout of a new Tomorrow Person, Tyso Boswell. Unknown to them, however, he has already come to the attention of Professor Cawston, who introduces him to the mysterious Colonel Masters.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Bryan Stanyon ... Professor Cawston (as Bryan Stanion)
Joanna Tope ... Mrs. Boswell
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso
Ann Curthoys ... Tricia Conway
Trevor Bannister ... Colonel Masters
Denise Cook ... Evergreen

Season 3, Episode 2: Secret Weapon: Not Quite a Sleeping Beauty

5 March 1975
Cawston agrees to help the Tomorrow People find Tyso by introducing Stephen to Masters; however, as soon as Masters takes Stephen away, John and Liz lose contact with him.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Bryan Stanyon ... Professor Cawston (as Bryan Stanion)
Trevor Bannister ... Colonel Masters
Ann Curthoys ... Tricia Conway
Frank Gatliff ... Father Martin O'Connor
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso

Season 3, Episode 3: Secret Weapon: Whose Side Are You on Professor

12 March 1975
Masters is now aware of the Tomorrow People's existence and is determined to harness their powers. He tries to recruit Cawston to his cause, revealing the true fate of Stephen and Tyso.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Bryan Stanyon ... Professor Cawston (as Bryan Stanion)
Trevor Bannister ... Colonel Masters
Ann Curthoys ... Tricia Conway
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso

Season 3, Episode 4: Secret Weapon: A Present from Russia

19 March 1975
TIM summons Chris to the lab where he is able to cure John. With the rest of their friends being held prisoner, Chris comes up with a novel way to thwart Masters' plans.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Trevor Bannister ... Colonel Masters
Bryan Stanyon ... Professor Cawston (as Bryan Stanion)
Ann Curthoys ... Tricia Conway
Hugh Morton ... Prime Minister
Chris Chittell ... Chris (as Christopher Chittell)
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso

Season 3, Episode 5: Worlds Away: Secret of the Pyramid

26 March 1975
The Tomorrow People are visited by Timus, an ambassador from the Galactic Federation. He tells them of the planet Pyrie, where telepaths are oppressed by the servants of the alien Khultan, and asks them to go there to help them.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim / Timus (voice)
Joanna Tope ... Mrs. Boswell
Lydia Lisle ... Lenda
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso
Denise Cook ... Evergreen

Pat Gorman ... Vesh hunter (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Worlds Away: Hound of the Night

2 April 1975
The Tomorrow People meet up with Tikno, the clone brother of Timus who is on Pyrie for the same reason as them. He takes John and Stephen to meet the local telepaths, the Vesh, to try and persuade them to join forces.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tikno
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso

Reg Lye ... Vanyon
Barry Linehan ... Veshtaker
Lydia Lisle ... Lenda
Keith Chegwin ... Arkron

Pat Gorman ... Vesh Hunter (uncredited)
Steve Ismay ... Vesh Rebel (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Worlds Away: More for the Burning

8 April 1975
Liz, Tyso and Lenda have been captured by the Veshtakers and sentenced to burning. While Stephen and Arkron try to rescue them, John, Tikno and the Vesh infiltrate the Khultan's pyramid in an attempt to restore everyone's powers.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tikno
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso

Reg Lye ... Vanyon
Barry Linehan ... Veshtaker
Lydia Lisle ... Lenda
Keith Chegwin ... Arkron

Pat Gorman ... Vesh Hunter (uncredited)
Steve Ismay ... Vesh Rebel (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: A Man for Emily: The Fastest Gun

16 April 1975
A group of aliens stop off on Earth for supplies, but since their only knowledge of Earth's culture comes from watching cowboy films, it is not long before their visit results in violence and the Tomorrow People become involved.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Margaret Burton ... The Momma
Sandra Dickinson ... Emily

Peter Davison ... Elmer
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso
Robin Parkinson ... Publican
Bill Dean ... Mr. Greenhead

Season 3, Episode 9: A Man for Emily: Here We Go Round the Doozlum

23 April 1975
The Tomorrow People attempt to rescue Elmer from the police and return him to the ship, otherwise his family will destroy Earth in retaliation.

Season 3, Episode 10: A Man for Emily: Shotgun Wedding

30 April 1975
The Tomorrow People persuade the British authorities to turn Elmer over to them so they can return him to the ship, but unknown to them Emily has plans for John.

Season 3, Episode 11: The Revenge of Jedikiah: Curse of the Mummy's Tomb

7 May 1975
When one of his colleagues goes missing after an expedition to Egypt, Professor Cawston goes to the Tomorrow People for help. They soon realise the expedition unearthed Jedikiah, who is attempting to track them down.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim / Timus (voice)
Bryan Stanyon ... Professor Cawston (as Bryan Stanion)
Ann Curthoys ... Tricia Conway
Ali Bongo ... Mustaf
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso
Denise Cook ... Evergreen
Anne Ridler ... Professor Johnston
Francis De Wolff ... Jedikiah (uncredited) (archive footage)

Season 3, Episode 12: The Revenge of Jedikiah: Last Chance

14 May 1975
Tricia takes Jedikiah to the EWE, where he kills Colonel Masters. As a result, the EWE start hunting for the Tomorrow People.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim / Timus (voice)
Bryan Stanyon ... Professor Cawston (as Bryan Stanion)
Ann Curthoys ... Tricia Conway
Ali Bongo ... Mustaf
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso
Denise Cook ... Evergreen
John Lyons ... Sergeant Evans
Francis De Wolff ... Jedikiah (uncredited) (archive footage)

Season 3, Episode 13: The Revenge of Jedikiah: Farewell Performance

21 May 1975
John and Liz are on life support at the EWE. Their only hope of recovery lies with Stephen and Tyso, but Cawston refuses to let the boys near them, afraid one of them might be the shape-shifting Jedikiah.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim / Timus / Tikno (voice)
Francis De Wolff ... Jedikiah
Bryan Stanyon ... Professor Cawston (as Bryan Stanion)
Ann Curthoys ... Tricia Conway
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso
Denise Cook ... Evergreen
John Lyons ... Sergeant Evans

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: One Law: One Law for the Poor

21 October 1975
John, Liz, Stephen and Tyso return to Earth to see if any more Tomorrow People have broken out in their absence. They sense the presence of another telepath, Mike Bell, and decide to leave him to break out in his own time. Unfortunately, his abilities have already attracted the attention of some criminals

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Harold Kasket ... Lord Dunning

John Hollis ... Two Tone
Norman Mitchell ... Slow
Patrick McAlinney ... Mr. O'Reilly
Tim Barrett ... Inspector (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: One Law: Another for the Rich

28 October 1975
Lord Dunning takes Mike's family prisoner in order to force him to use his powers in his service. Meanwhile, John, Liz and Stephen attempt to discover his whereabouts by interrogating Slow and Two Tone.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Tim Barrett ... Inspector
Harold Kasket ... Lord Dunning

Arnold Diamond ... Thwaites

John Hollis ... Two Tone
Norman Mitchell ... Slow
Patrick McAlinney ... Mr. O'Reilly
Ann Gabrielle ... Mike's Mother (as Anne Gabrielle)
Deborah Thau ... Mike's Sister (as Debbie Thau)

Season 4, Episode 3: One Law: Which Prohibits Them Equally from Stealing Bread

4 November 1975
John, Liz and Stephen are able to secure Mike's release but are unable to prosecute Dunning without revealing the Tomorrow People's existence. However, Mike then goes to Dunning and offers him a partnership.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Tim Barrett ... Inspector
Harold Kasket ... Lord Dunning

Arnold Diamond ... Thwaites
Patrick McAlinney ... Mr. O'Reilly
Ann Gabrielle ... Mike's Mother (as Anne Gabrielle)
Deborah Thau ... Mike's Sister (as Debbie Thau)

Season 4, Episode 4: Into the Unknown: The Visitor

7 January 1976
A spaceship is detected near Earth. John and Stephen jaunt aboard to collect the pilot, Kwaan, who has been injured. When Mike goes up to the ship on his own, it results in several of the Tomorrow People being trapped on board.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Geoffrey Bayldon ... Tirayaan (voice)
Stephen Garlick ... Kwaan

Season 4, Episode 5: Into the Unknown: The Father-Ship

7 January 1976
Liz manages to jaunt aboard the scout ship with a portable version of TIM. When the ship docks with the main vessel, the group discover that a rebellion has deposed Tirayaan.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Geoffrey Bayldon ... Tirayaan
Stephen Garlick ... Kwaan
Brian Coburn ... Vaktaan
Raymond Boyd ... Ralaa

Season 4, Episode 6: Into the Unknown: The Tunnel

14 January 1976
Timus arrives at the lab and he and Tyso try to find a way to rescue the other Tomorrow People and their allies, who have been abandoned on the scout ship as it is drawn into the hole in space.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim / Timus (voice)
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Geoffrey Bayldon ... Tirayaan
Stephen Garlick ... Kwaan
Brian Coburn ... Vaktaan
Raymond Boyd ... Ralaa

Season 4, Episode 7: Into the Unknown: The Circle

21 January 1976
The scout ship manages to emerge from the tunnel back into normal space. Unfortunately, the ship then comes under attack from Vektaan, who is determined to destroy them.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Peter Vaughan-Clarke ... Stephen
Philip Gilbert ... Tim / Timus (voice)
Dean Lawrence ... Tyso

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Geoffrey Bayldon ... Tirayaan
Stephen Garlick ... Kwaan
Brian Coburn ... Vaktaan
Raymond Boyd ... Ralaa

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: The Dirtiest Business: A Spy Is Born

28 February 1977
The lab is invaded by the SIS, who inform the Tomorrow People that Pavla, a telepathic girl working for the KGB, has gone missing in London. The Tomorrow People must try to protect her from the intelligence agencies of two countries.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)

Anulka Dziubinska ... Pavla (as Anulka Dubinska)
Vivien Heilbron ... Major Ann Turner
Jan Murzynowski ... KGB Man
Gabor Vernon ... Senior KGB Man
Beth Ellis ... Radio Producer
Gaynor Ward ... Hippie Girl
Ian Barritt ... Policeman
Freddie Clemson ... KGB Driver
Steve Ismay ... S I S Sergeant

Season 5, Episode 2: The Dirtiest Business: A Spy Dies...

7 March 1977
Mike manages to escape from the KGB but Pavla is taken back to the embassy as a prisoner. John and Mike attempt a rescue but to their surprise Pavla refuses to go with them.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)

Anulka Dziubinska ... Pavla (as Anulka Dubinska)
Vivien Heilbron ... Major Ann Turner
Jan Murzynowski ... KGB Man
Gabor Vernon ... Senior KGB Man
Beth Ellis ... Radio Producer
Royce Mills ... Dr. Taylor
Freddie Clemson ... KGB Driver
Steve Ismay ... S I S Sergeant

Pat Gorman ... Radio Studio Engieer(1977) (archive footage)

Season 5, Episode 3: A Much Needed Holiday: Spilled Porridge

14 March 1977
The Tomorrow People take a holiday on the planet Galia, but when they come across two runaway slave boys, it becomes clear more goes on than they were first aware.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Timus
Anthony Garner ... Gremlon
Guy Humphries ... Trig
David Corti ... Trog

Season 5, Episode 4: A Much Needed Holiday: Just Desserts

21 March 1977
Timus arrives on Galia and confirms he was aware of the Klepton enslaving the natives. Since the Federation will not agree to direct intervention, it is up to the Tomorrow People to free them.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Timus
Anthony Garner ... Gremlon
Guy Humphries ... Trig
David Corti ... Trog

Season 5, Episode 5: The Heart of Sogguth: Beat the Drum

28 March 1977
A stranger, Jake, offers to manage Mike's band, but when Liz learns that he is the leader of a religious group called the Hearts of Sogguth, she begins to wonder what his motives are.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Roddy Maude-Roxby ... Jake

James Smillie ... Mike Harding
Rosalyn Elvin ... Susan Gill
Derek Pascoe ... Derek
Bill Rice ... Bill
Jamie Stone ... Jamie-Group Member #1
John Summerton ... Group Member #2
Bella Emberg ... Cleaning Lady (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: The Heart of Sogguth: Devil in Disguise

3 April 1977
Jake sends John to kill Liz, but forcing a Tomorrow Person against his nature breaks his possession. John and Liz realise that if Mike plays Sogguth's drum on live television, Sogguth (Satan) will be released into the world.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Roddy Maude-Roxby ... Jake

James Smillie ... Mike Harding
Derek Pascoe ... Derek
Bill Rice ... Bill
Jamie Stone ... Jamie-Group Member #1
John Summerton ... Group Member #2

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: The Lost Gods: Flight of Fancy

15 May 1978
During solo flights in John's glider, Mike's mind connects strongly with an emerging Tomorrow Person, a sacrificial priestess in an Asian temple.

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Nicholas Young ... John

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)

Burt Kwouk ... Matsu Tan

Robert Lee ... Sage

Season 6, Episode 2: The Lost Gods: Life Before Death

22 May 1978
Mike finds himself transported to the temple in the middle of Hsui Tai's sacrifice. There he is hailed as the god Kishnu...and scheduled to be sacrificed alongside Hsui Tai.

Nicholas Young ... John

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)

Burt Kwouk ... Matsu Tan

Robert Lee ... Sage

Season 6, Episode 3: Hitler's Last Secret: Men Like Rats

5 June 1978
Adolf Hitler's genetically engineered 40-year-plan for world domination unfolds prematurely.

Nicholas Young ... John

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)

Michael Sheard ... Hitler
Richard Warner ... Professor Friedl
Leon Eagles ... Major Hughes

Nicholas Lyndhurst ... Karl Brandt
Earl Rhodes ... Willi Frisch
Ray Burdis ... Blitz
Charles Skinner ... Wolfgang Crass
Brian Conley ... SS cadet (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: Hitler's Last Secret: Seeds of Destruction

12 June 1978
As John suspects today's youth have been genetically programmed to blindly obey Adolf Hitler, TIM aims to reveal that Hitler has always been nothing but a true slimeball.

Nicholas Young ... John

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Leon Eagles ... Major Hughes

Michael Sheard ... Hitler
Richard Warner ... Professor Friedl

Nicholas Lyndhurst ... Karl Brandt
Earl Rhodes ... Willi Frisch
Ray Burdis ... Blitz
Francis Mortimer ... Corporal

Season 6, Episode 5: The Thargon Menace: Unexpected Guests

19 June 1978
A Thargon slimship crash-lands on a Pacific island under the control of the infamous dictator General Papa Minn. When the Tomorrow People investigate, the crew claim they are on the run from Thargon slavers.

Nicholas Young ... John

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Jackie Cowper ... Sula
Michael Audreson ... Flyn
Graham Lines ... Captain
Eric Roberts ... Major Marcos
Olu Jacobs ... General Papa Minn

David Graham ... Puppet Voices (voice)

Season 6, Episode 6: The Thargon Menace: Playing with Fire

26 June 1978
Flyn and Sula join up with Papa Minn, who agrees to help them construct a powerful ripple ray. John jaunts aboard the Thargon government ship, whose crew give a very different account of their quarry's nature.

Nicholas Young ... John

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Jackie Cowper ... Sula
Michael Audreson ... Flyn
Graham Lines ... Captain
Eric Roberts ... Major Marcos
Olu Jacobs ... General Papa Minn

David Graham ... Puppet Voices (voice)

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Castle of Fear: Ghosts and Monsters

9 October 1978
The Tomorrow People all dream of a headless Highlander and suspect a new Tomorrow Person of breaking out. This is Andrew Forbes, a boy with the power to create illusions - but his father is far from pleased with his new abilities.

Nicholas Young ... John

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai
Nigel Rhodes ... Andrew Forbes
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Dominic Allan ... Bruce Forbes
Jennifer Watts ... Dr. Gail Mayer
Bill Gavin ... Angus MacDuff

Season 7, Episode 2: Castle of Fear: Fighting Spirit

16 October 1978
To calm Andrew down, John must play him at his own game.

Nicholas Young ... John

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai
Nigel Rhodes ... Andrew Forbes
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Dominic Allan ... Bruce Forbes
Jennifer Watts ... Dr. Gail Mayer
Bill Gavin ... Angus MacDuff

Brian Jackson ... Professor Young

Season 7, Episode 3: Achilles Heel: A Room at the Inn

23 October 1978
Two aliens come to Earth to mine a rare mineral that can rob all intergalactic Tomorrow People of their special powers.

Nicholas Young ... John

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai
Nigel Rhodes ... Andrew Forbes
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Dominic Allan ... Bruce Forbes
Hilary Minster ... Yagon

Christian Rodska ... Cantor
Stanley Bates ... Glip
Ted Taylor ... The Accompanist (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 4: Achilles Heel: Everything to Lose

30 October 1978
John, Liz and Mike jaunt to Glip's ship, but when Yagon and Cantor return, they use the barlamin to disable them. The only hope of stopping their plans lies with Andrew and Hsui Tai, but the barlamin has already robbed them of their powers.

Nicholas Young ... John

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai
Nigel Rhodes ... Andrew Forbes
Philip Gilbert ... Tim / Timus (voice)
Dominic Allan ... Bruce Forbes
Hilary Minster ... Yagon

Christian Rodska ... Cantor
Stanley Bates ... Glip
Ted Taylor ... The Accompanist (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 5: The Living Skins: A Harmless Fashion

6 November 1978
A shopping trip sees Mike and Hsui Tai purchasing the new bubbleskin jumpsuits. When they subsequently exhibit strange behaviour, the other Tomorrow People wonder if there is more to the new fashion craze than meets the eye.

Nicholas Young ... John

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai
Nigel Rhodes ... Andrew
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Ralph Lawson ... Wilton

Season 7, Episode 6: The Living Skins: Cold War

13 November 1978
Mike comes to Andrew's rescue and manages to stun John and Liz, who are now under the control of the bubbleskins. When they discover John's suit has already begun to detach, they wonder if they could be on the way to a solution.

Nicholas Young ... John

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai
Nigel Rhodes ... Andrew
Philip Gilbert ... Tim (voice)
Ralph Lawson ... Wilton
Judith Fielding ... Girl
Dave Carter ... Guard

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: War of the Empires: Close Encounter

29 January 1979
Liz has travelled to the Trig to join Timus in negotiating a peace between the Sorsons and the Thargons. They are unsuccessful, and soon both races are encroaching on Earth's solar system.

Nicholas Young ... John

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai
Nigel Rhodes ... Andrew
Philip Gilbert ... Tim / Timus (voice)

John F. Parker ... American President
Hal Galili ... American General
David Baxt ... Morgan Evans
Weston Gavin ... Dave Ricardo
Richard Bartlett ... Sorson General
Terence Woodfield ... Sorson Captain

Percy Herbert ... Thargon Commander
Anthony Stafford ... Thargon Officer
Mary Law ... American Lady

Season 8, Episode 2: War of the Empires: Contact!

5 February 1979
John and Mike manage to evade the crossfire as the Thargon ship is destroyed. The Sorsons land on Earth where Vishishnu contacts the President about an alliance.

Nicholas Young ... John

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai
Nigel Rhodes ... Andrew
Philip Gilbert ... Tim / Timus (voice)

John F. Parker ... American President
Hal Galili ... American General
David Baxt ... Morgan Evans
David Cann ... Chaircreature

Percy Herbert ... Thargon Commander
Anthony Stafford ... Thargon Officer
Richard Bartlett ... Sorson General
Terence Woodfield ... Sorson Captain

Season 8, Episode 3: War of the Empires: Standing Alone

12 February 1979
Andrew heads to the White House and manages to rescue Mike and Hsui Tai. On hearing that John is being held by the Federation, the trio decide to steal a Sorson ship to rescue him.

Nicholas Young ... John

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai
Nigel Rhodes ... Andrew
Philip Gilbert ... Tim / Timus (voice)

John F. Parker ... American President
Hal Galili ... American General
David Baxt ... Morgan Evans
Richard Bartlett ... Sorson General
David Cann ... Chaircreature

Pat Gorman ... US Marine (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 4: War of the Empires: All in the Mind

19 February 1979
John and Liz contact the Thargons who agree to leave Earth if they find no evidence of Sorsons being there; however, the President orders a preemptive strike against them.

Nicholas Young ... John

Elizabeth Adare ... Elizabeth

Mike Holoway ... Mike (as Michael Holoway)

Misako Koba ... Hsui Tai
Nigel Rhodes ... Andrew
Philip Gilbert ... Tim / Timus (voice)

John F. Parker ... American President
Hal Galili ... American General
David Baxt ... Morgan Evans
Oliver Maguire ... Thargon General
David Cann ... Chaircreature

Pat Gorman ... US Marine (uncredited)

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