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The Tomorrow People: The Sign of Diolyx

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Homo Superior - the next stage of human evolution. Young people with super powers, dediated to safegaurding planet Earth. From their secret laboratory deep beneath the streets of London, aided by their super-computer TIM, they watch and wait for others like themselves - and gaurd against threats to all mankind.They are the Tomorrow People.

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Published December 31st 2003 by Big Finish Productions (first published 2003)
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These audio plays remind me of why I enjoyed this series so much when I first watched it in the 70s. It's a shame that they are so difficult to find with Big Finish having lost the licence to make anymore :(
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Mike Tucker is a special effects expert who worked for many years at the BBC Television Visual Effects Department, and now works as an Effects Supervisor for his own company, The Model Unit. He is also the author of a number of original tv tie-in Doctor Who novels (some co-written with Robert Perry), and three books based on episodes of the television series Merlin. He co-wrote the factual books A ...more
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