All three stories from the first series of the TV show about a group of telepathically-gifted 1970s British teenagers. In 'Slaves of Jedikiah' the Tomorrow People learn about their fellow telepath Stephen, who is right now in the process of breaking out, and contact him in hospital. They begin helping him to understand his gifts, but before they can finish, Stephen is kidnapped by the robot Jedekiah. In 'The Medusa Strain' the damaged Jedekiah is discovered, repaired, and set going once again, ready to embark on another of his diabolical schemes. Travelling back in time to the 20th century, he visits the Tower of London and encounters Tomorrow Person Carol, who he kidnaps and takes with him into the further reaches of space. Will Carol's friends be able to track her down and save her from the whims of the evil robot? In 'The Vanishing Earth' the kids grow concerned about an increase in seismic activity and undertake to investigate. Soon they uncover a mystery involving the Haunted House on Clacton Pier, molten lava at the centre of the Earth, and an intergalactic super-villain named Spidron.
All three stories (in 13 episodes) from the second series of the TV show about a group of telepathically-gifted 1970s British teenagers. In 'The Blue and the Green' new student teacher Elizabeth arrives to lead Stephen's art class, and he soon recognises her as another Tomorrow Person. Meanwhile, other students in the class begin to erupt into inexplicable fits of violence. The problem seems to be caused by some paintings which change their colours at random, but who is behind it all? The Tomorrow People decide to find out. In 'A Rift in Time' John and Stephen become perplexed when telepath Peter starts visiting them in their dreams and showing them an ancient vase. The Tomorrow People locate the dream vase in the British Museum, and after tricking Professor Cawston into giving them access, begin their attempts to unlock the vase's secrets. Soon the intrepid teenagers find themselves journeying back in time ready to embark on an adventure in Roman Britain. In 'The Doomsday Men' the Tomorrow People become concerned by reports that a Scottish school is being used as a training ground for the Doomsday Men, a secret organisation that glorifies war as a character-building exercise. Sending Stephen undercover as a student at the school, they soon learn that the Doomsday Men are planning an operation involving the Damocles space station which could effect the signing of a United Nations peace treaty. Can the Tomorrow People now find a way to disrupt the warmongers' plans?
All four stories from the third series of the TV show about a group of telepathically-gifted 1970s British teenagers. In 'Secret Weapon', when a new homo superior, Tyso Boswell (Dean Lawrence) breaks out, the Tomorrow People set off to investigate. But Tyso is sold by his father to Colonel Masters' Experimental Weapons Establishment where he is experimented on to find the secrets of the homo superiors. A rescue mission is set into motion, but John, Stephen and Elizabeth have quite a task ahead of them as they have an enemy with military might behind him. 'World's Away' sees Ambassador Timus Irnok Mosta of the Galactic Federation ask the Tomorrow People to travel to the planet Pyrie to help free the Pyrie Telepaths (the 'Vesh'). The man-eating Khultan are persecuting them and when the Tomorrow People arrive they strip them of their powers leaving them in grave danger. John must reinstate their powers and save the Vesh before Elizabeth and Tyso are sacrificed to the Khultan. In 'A Man for Emily' the gang encounter an unusual alien family, who have a great love of Westerns, whilst in 'The Revenge of Jedikiah' the invasion of an Egyptian tomb causes some unusual occurrences.