The Slaves of Jedikiah Jaunt back to a time when a group of gifted youngsters were Planet Earth's only protection against a legion of evil villains and intergalactic terrors. The Tomorrow People are homo superiors - the next stage of human evolution. Armed with telekinetic abilities, teleportation, a secret base and a futuristic talking computer, The Tomorrow People enthralled a legion of children in the early 1970s and is remembered today as one of the most imaginative and popular children's programmes of the decade. 14 - year old Stephen has been haunted by strange voices and terrifying nightmares. He believes he must be going mad, until the mysterious Carol pays him a visit to explain that he is being watched by the Tomorrow People who have been tracking his psychic cries for help. Stephen is "breaking out" and it is now time for him to join with Carol, John, Kenny and Tim in their intergalactic quest to stop wars and put the world in order. But his transformation into homo superior has also caught the attention of the evil shape-changing robot Jedikiah who needs Stephen's telepathic powers to free his spaceship from Earth's orbit. Will Jedikiah succeed, and if so what terrible fate will he then bring to bear on the Planet Earth? The Medusa Strain Their names are John, Stephen, Carol and Kenny... they seem to be just ordinary kids, perhaps a bit quieter than most, but they are The Tomorrow People, forerunners of a new race... the homo superior. Gifted with superhuman powers they are nature's response to man's aggression: a new species, wiser and more peace loving than homo sapiens, and until more of their race evolve, these four have intergalactic responsibility for the future of Planet Earth. The Tomorrow People are back to pit their wits and telekinetic abilities against the most terrifying villains in all time and space. Intent on revenge, the sinister robot Jedikiah embarks on a new and even more dangerous attempt to destroy the Tomorrow People. This time enlisting Count Rabowski the space pirate from the year 2526, Jedikiah hatches an audacious plan involving freezing time and the theft of the Crown Jewels. Who are the mysterious Eternal Order of the Guardians of the Time Lanes? Will Rabowski succeed in strangling the development of Earth's telepaths at its root? How can the Tomorrow People possibly emerge triumphant? The Vanishing Earth It's time once again to buckle your belts and jaunt back to the 1970s as the intergalactic teenage force for good, The Tomorrow People, return for a third thrilling story - "The Vanishing Earth". In an adventure that takes in a fairground's haunted house, an alien spaceship and a trip to the seaside, the Tomorrow People find themselves pitted against the terrifying Spidron, an evil villain with the ability to conjure up earthquakes and volcanoes at will. Seemingly hell bent on the destruction of all humanity, only the Tomorrow People stand in the way of the full force of Spidron's fury. How can the Tomorrow People defeat a menace able to inflict such catastrophic damage? Is the end of the world finallv at hand?