Extraordinary People (1992 TV series)

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Extraordinary People
Extraordinary people titlecard.jpg
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 7
Executive producer(s) Rod Caird
Running time 50 min. (approx.)
Production company(s) Granada Television
Distributor ITV Studios
Original network ITV
Picture format PAL
Audio format Stereo
Original release 10 March 1992 (1992-03-10) – 23 March 1993 (1993-03-23)

Extraordinary People was a television documentary series produced by Granada Television and broadcast on the ITV network in the United Kingdom between 10 March 1992 and 23 March 1993. Each programme focused on an individual or group of people who excel in their chosen field.

The programme ran for two series, with seven episodes in total.

Episode list[edit]

# Episode Airdate Episode focus
Series 1 Episode 1 "Until Tomorrow Comes" 10 March 1992 Anita Goulden

The first episode of the series focusses on Anita Goulden, a charity worker who has worked to help the sick and abandoned children of Peru for over thirty years.

Series 1 Episode 2 "Return To The Camps" 17 March 1992 Pauline Cutting

Part one of surgeon Dr. Pauline Cutting's visit to the Lebanon and the Gaza Strip's Palestinian refugee camps.

Series 1 Episode 3 "Return To Gaza" 24 March 1992 Pauline Cutting

Part two of surgeon Dr. Pauline Cutting's visit to Lebanon and the Gaza Strip.

Series 1 Episode 4 "Across The Jade Divide" 31 March 1992 Keith Huxley

Keith Huxley attempts to retrace a 2000-mile journey across China made by his father Tom Huxley in 1944.

Series 2 Episode 1 "Williams: The Champions" 9 March 1993 Williams Grand Prix Engineering

A look at how the Williams Formula One team prepare for the 1993 season during the winter of 1992.

Series 2 Episode 2 "On A Knife Edge" 16 March 1993 Terence Lewis

Heart surgeon Terence Lewis of the Royal London Hospital's work is followed, as well as the NHS in general.

Series 2 Episode 3 "McCluskieganj" 23 March 1993 McCluskieganj Community

A look at the Anglo-Indian community of McCluskieganj from Jharkhand State, India.