SOME of the world’s smallest people provide a fascinating insight into life from their unique perspectives. Shortest man in the world He Ping Ping is affected by primordial dwarfism, and weighs the same as the average one-year-old. While Britain’s tiniest man Michael Henbury stands next to his young son who towers over him. In eye-opening accounts the extraordinary men explain the effect their height has on their health, and the challenges they have in finding love, work, and happiness. This inspiring programme also documents their efforts to find acceptance in a world that often treats them as freaks.