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Win 'The Tomorrow People - Set 1' on DVD ... Now!

Thames Television's 'The Tomorrow People' (1973-79) was a fondly remembered U.K. science fiction TV series that drew in teen and adult audiences on both sides of the Atlantic with its thought-provoking premise and cliffhanger stories; the show's first two seasons make their American DVD debut in an impressive four-disc collection.

For any kid struggling with growing pains, the show provided an irresistible hook: Stephen Jameson (Peter Vaughn-Clarke) discovers that he is no average teen, but one of the "Tomorrow People," a select group of youths with extraordinary powers who protect Earth from a host of threats from space and time.

Series creator Roger Price (later the man behind 'You Can't Do That' on Television and other Canadian programming shown on Nickelodeon, where the 'Tomorrow People' also aired in the '80s) penned the six serialized stories compiled here (three are co-written with Brian Finch), which pit the Tomorrow People against a shape-shifting robot ("Slaves of Jedikiah" and "The Medusa Strain," the latter featuring an appearance by David "Darth Vader" Prowse), an evil military organization ("The Doomsday Men"), and a villain who attempts to change the course of history ("A Rift in Time").

If you would like to win a copy of this great new DVD box-set, just answer this easy question: The 'Tomorrow People' were headquartered in a secret underground Lab and protected by a supercomputer ... but what was its name?! Send us your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one one of these wonderful DVDs! Just send us an e:mail here before June 19th with your answer and the subject title 'TOMORROW PEOPLE DVD' to: