Here's the rabbit hole I went down years and years ago.
1) Yes of course I remember Tomorrow People. I even spent several years trying to find a place to torrent it or buy it on ebay. I think I wanted to confirm that it was real, because early Nickelodeon was very much not middle or modern Nickelodeon, and children's programming in the 70s was not children's programming of the '80s or the modern era; I was haunted well into my adulthood by the Zarn, an incorporeal creature of light who created a hot android to trick alcoholic Marshall into thinking his life wasn't a pathetic dead-end; when The Zarn is found out by Will and Holly, The Zarn causes her face to explode, laughs uproariously, flies off in his spaceship, and leaves Marshall, Will and Holly to contemplate the void. People forget but both "Disney's The Black Hole" and "Event Horizon" are about lost derelict ships that are actually portals to hell; the only difference is that in the Disney version, there are actual galley-slave robots with human souls trapped inside and the captain has an evil henchman robot with no legs and spinny murderblades.
2) In my lifetime we have gone from having your friends mock you for trying to assert Alice Cooper appeared on The Muppet Show and convinced Gonzo to sell his soul to the devil to being able to immediately throw a Wikipedia page in their face. Prior to xkcd there were only half-remembered half-dreamed visions of Chewbacca with a house and kids that nobody believed you about when discussing ...whatever the fuck that was on Sunday night.
3) It's been a slow process, though, so of course you start out on Altavista or Metacrawler and after five hours all you have is some other GenX reminiscence about some show that doesn't even have a screenshot. But what you really care about, because while Tomorrow People is pretty wild, it's got nothing on The Third Eye, which was just Nickelodeon anthologizing a bunch of freaky British miniseries. Note that that wikipedia page did not exist prior to 2008, though, so all you have is a strange memory of a TV show in which a space alien talked to a little boy and made fun of his dad for buying a new car that was made up of nothing but wheels, what the hell is wrong with humans that the only thing they can think about is rotational motion, and that may or may not have influenced your career in Engineering, but you have literally zero information about this until 2003 or so and even then the only information you have about The Third Eye is that it was on Nickelodeon and had freaky shit in it.
4) Then of course you end up befriending Johnathan King.
5) He options one of your scripts. And asks you to "look over" the script for his next project, which has Sam Neill in it and is one of New Zealand's most beloved children's books, ALSO one of the miniseries anthologized in The Third Eye, and you find some of the stuff you workshopped appearing here.
6) Of course Disney, being Disney, will not allow any title confusion between "under the mountain" and "witch mountain" which they are rebooting with The Rock, so Johnathan's movie ends up blackballed around the world, which is neither great for his career nor his mood, and he tells you that the script you rewrote specifically to his notes is the worst thing he's ever read, which is not great for your mood either, and the script is never gonna get made now, bubba, but hey, that was pretty cool, right?
7) ten years pass. You have a kid. Freaky British '70s sci fi is on your mind again, and all of a sudden there are a whole lot more bored people with knowledge to share than there were in 2003. You even find an entire season of Tomorrow People. But, marvel of marvels, you find out about Chocky, written by no less than John Wyndham by damn. And holy shit, you can bloody torrent it.
8) Which is when you realize how much of your worldview was formed by the guy who wrote Day of the Triffids and Village of the Damned and, perhaps, why you have such an affinity for the Citroen CX, because that's the car a space alien no one ever sees decided to beat up on as you watched out of the corner of your eye at a friend's house in 1984.
9) You can't stop there of course because the truly freaky one was Children of the Stones, which helped get Simon Pegg into drama among other things, and bloody hell you're gonna torrent that, too. Before long you've got The Owl Service on your server and just for good measure, ALL of Doctor Who.
So yes. I "recall" Tomorrow People. It has been a quest. Now check this shit out it's nuts.
two and a half hours of the craziest "children's programming" ever committed to tape.