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  • Episode 1

  • In bull-fighting, bravado is everything. But it’s all the more important when the bull is taller than the fighter. Can the Colombian mata-dwarfs survive one of the world’s most dangerous sports?

  • Episode 2

  • Not content with the role of team mascot, Jahmani wants to be taken seriously as a basketball player and become the first little person to get into the pro-league.

  • Episode 3

  • Robert has always had to compete against his average sized siblings. Now, he battles the high seas as a lobster fisherman with big dreams of one day captaining his own fleet.

  • Episode 4

  • The Johnston's are the largest known family of multi-racial dwarfs in the world – all seven family members have achondroplasia.

  • Episode 5

  • Dwarf wrestler Dan, known as Short Sleeve Sampson, has battled through injury to get the recognition he craves in mainstream wrestling.

  • Episode 6

  • In Hollywood, three pituitary dwarf have forged successful movie careers working as stunt doubles for some of the biggest names in show-business.

  • Episode 7

  • Charlie "Too Tall" West is the world's smallest rodeo barrelman. He’s been entertaining the crowds and providing the last line of defence between a thrown cowboy and a furious half-ton bull.

  • Episode 8

  • The Johnston's are the largest known family of multi-racial dwarfs in the world – all seven family members have achondroplasia.

About the Show

How can you succeed in a super-sized world… when you’re only 4 feet tall? Meet the individuals with dwarfism who are overcoming remarkable hurdles to realise their dreams, pursuing careers in bull fighting, wrestling, fire-fighting, fishing and medicine, and building specialised towns that are custom tailored to their size. Visiting communities in China, Uganda, Brazil, Britain and the United States, join the powerful journeys of little people finding success, fulfilment and fame all over the world.

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