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2.4 - Alone

Synopsis
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 guard against threats to all mankind.They are the Tomorrow People.

In the peaceful English village of Barcombe Hill, two people are in therapy. One, Robert Mitchell, claims to hear voices and is obsessed with images of an alien world. The other, John, is convinced that he has superpowers and is dedicated to safeguarding the planet...
Starring
Nicholas Young (John), Helen Goldwyn (Elena), Daniel Wilson (Paul), Mark Donovan (Doctor Cooper), India Fisher (Therese), Stuart Piper (Robert Mitchell), Robert Curbishley (Thragg / Elena's Father), K.T. Richardson (Andrew)
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Jason Haigh-Ellery

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10 Rated 10/10 on 3/12/11 6:13 pm
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Well here we are, then. Story one from series three. My favourite TP audio.

Coinciding with the very sad passing of TIM actor Philip Gilbert, this story6 - either deliberately or accidently - has a genuinely melancholy feel about it. Apart from John's continuing problems to function properly as a human being, we meet young Robert, who is similarly isolated. His case is at least under investigation by Therese (played by Doctor Who veteran India Fisher - she even has a Doctor Who-related line).
This all culminates in a spectacular scene where Roberts only friends leave him, and the other TPs reflect on his situation in a truly poignant way. Excellent.