I watched the programmes focusing on the world's tallest and strongest people, and I was interested to see this next one that followed. Basically this documentary, narrated by Sam Hazeldine, focused on some of the world's smallest (in stature) people, whether in Britain, American or other countries, and how they cope being so small. Britain's smallest man Michael Henbury Ballan is 2 foot 11 inches, the average height of a three year old, was born with a rare condition giving him short limbs and an inability to clench, but he has a good life, wife and child (both average sized). Azi Zahed is twenty-five years old, but has to cope with dressing in clothes for children, meaning she can't always dress to kill. Tiny comedienne Tanyalee Davis works in Las Vegas and cracks jokes at herself to face her demons. Finally, the current Guinness Book of Record holder as World's Smallest Man, nineteen year old Ping Ping He at 2 foot 5 inches tall. The programme also looks into the Dwarf Athletics Association Games, mainly two British four foot six inch athletes are competing for fastest small person on the planet. Very good!
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