Last Update: Friday August 7, 2009


Why I love TP


90's Series

Audio Series

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They are man's only hope for a peaceful future, the forerunners of a new race - Homo superior. Armed with the three T's (telepathy, telekinesis and teleportation) these teenagers patiently watch over the 'Saps' and protect the Earth from alien incursions until the day when more of their kind break. Only then will they take their rightful place on the Earth and help to banish war and suffering for ever.

The Tomorrow People TV show thrilled audiences throughout the 1970's, 1990's and beyond with its mix of sci-fi and escapism for troubled teens and adults alike.

If you are visiting this web site for the first time, then welcome, if you are returning then welcome back! What ever you do, remember that once you are touched by the charm and 'family' feeling shared by fans worldwide you, like a real tomorrow person, will never be alone again!


"Look out at your children See their faces in golden rays

Don't kid yourself they belong to you

They're the start of a coming race

The Earth is a bitch We've finished our news

Homo Sapiens have outgrown their use

All the strangers came today And it looks as though they're here to stay

Oh you pretty things don't you know you're driving your Mamas and Papas insane

Oh you pretty things don't you know you're driving your Mamas and Papas insane

Let me make it plain. You gotta make way for the Homo Superior"

From the Album Hunky Dory by David Bowie


The show's creator Roger Price

The 90's series cast

The line up for season three

The line up for season six.


The ‘Tomorrow People’ is the property of Roger Price and Thames/PearsonTelevision & freemantle Media and is used here without permission for this non profit making web site. The articles, pictures etc... are from a variety of magazines including, Look In, TV Times and Fab 208 and are also used without permission. In many places the original author and publication date is not available. (I did not think of recording this sort of thing as a child.) If you have any details please mail me. This web site does not intend to infringe any other existing copyright.

Lyrics to 'Oh! You Pretty Things' is from the Album Hunky Dory by David Bowie

All original artwork and design including the Hyperspace2008 images remains the sole property of  Jackie Clark and Martin Humby and they are covered by copyright law of the United Kingdom. No content may be reproduced, copied, incorporated into other websites or publications without prior consent.