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26 - Immortality, Inc.

Original title : Immortality, Inc.
First Aired : 07.01.1969 (UK)
Director : Philip Dudley
Writing credits : Jack Pulman, Robert Sheckley
Cast : Tom Rowman (Sammy), Peter Copley (Hull), Nancie Jackson (Irma Henderson), Tommy Eytle (Davis), Dee MacDonald (Clerk), John Berwyn (Technician #1), Brian Cullingford (Technician #2), Edward Davies (Technician #3), John Gulliver (Technician #4), Christopher Denham (Theologian), Donald Morley (Reject), Charles "Bud" Tingwell (Mark Blaine), Robert MacLeod (Dr Cole), Derek Benfield (Tom Clarke), Dallia Penn (Marie Thorne)

The Story : In the future, if you are rich enough, you can buy Hereafter Insurance, which allows your mind to be placed in a new body. Only sometimes, the old owner isn't quite ready to leave yet.

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27 - Liar!

Original title : Liar!
First Aired : 14.01.1969 (UK)
Director : Gerald Blake
Writing credits : Isaac Asimov, David Campton
Cast : Rita Davies (Receptionist), Jenny Russell (Mary Curl), Edwin Richfield (Jamieson), Anna Perry (Brooke's secretary), Robert James (Kelvin Brooke), Paul Chapman (Milton Ashe), Gerald Sim (Dr. Bogert), Wendy Gifford (Dr. Susan Calvin), Hamilton Dyce (Dr. Lanning), Ian Ogilvy (Herbie/RB34), Jumoke Debayo (Cleaner)

The Story : Robot RB-34's positronic brain has an extra ability not designed into it by it's creators. "Herbie" can read the thoughts of human beings. Dr. Susan Calvin may attempt to fix Herbie but in doing so, risks exposing all of her deepest thoughts and feelings to the robot and thus everyone else.

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28 - The Last Lonely Man

Original title : The Last Lonely Man
First Aired : 21.01.1969 (UK)
Director : Douglas Camfield
Writing credits : John Brunner, Jeremy Paul
Cast : Lillias Walker (Mary), Peter Welch (Sam), Bryan Mosley (George), Gillian Shed (Young Girl), Albert Lampert (Young Man), Eve Ross (Consultant), Anthony Woodruff (Goddard), Richard Wardale (Jenkins), Gerald Young (Sir Barrimore Jones), Guy Standeven (Police Inspector), Barry Fletcher (The Ambulance Man), George Cole (James Hale), June Barry (Rowena Hale), Peter Halliday (Patrick Wilson), Norman Hartley (The Man)

The Story : After it is discovered that the personality of one person can be passed into another at death, it becomes routine to "host" relatives and friends at their passing. Only one has to be careful who they let inside of their head.

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29 - Beach Head

Original title : Beach Head
First Aired : 28.01.1969 (UK)
Director : James Cellan Jones
Writing credits : Clifford D. Simak, Robert Muller
Cast : Barry Warren (Ensign Warner-Carr), Vernon Dobtcheff (N.G. Waldron), Robert Lee (A.G. Tiosawa), James Copeland (Oliver MacDonald), Helen Downing (Cassandra Jackson), Ed Bishop (Tom Decker), John Gabriel (III) (Bertrand Le Maitre)

The Story : In the quest for space exploration, a large starship is built to carry a multi-generational crew of explorers for a mission that eventually is forgotten. The occupants over time have become cultish, worshipping trees, wind and grass, though none have ever seen or felt such, only to be forced off the ship once it reaches it's purposed destination.

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30 - Something In The Cellar

Original title : Something In The Cellar
First Aired : 04.02.1969 (UK)
Director : Roger Jenkins
Writing credits : Donald Bull
Cast : Priscilla Tanner (Blonde), Lane Meddick (Taxi Driver), Nova Sainte-Claire (Waitress), Brian Grellis (Sergeant), Clifford Cox (Inspector), Clive Morton (Dr. Pugh), Murray Melvin (Fred), June Ellis (Bettina), Milo O'Shea (Monty Lafcado), John Lawrence (IX) (Monster)

The Story : Professor Lafcado is busy at work building a gigantic computer in the cellar. Some start to question why.

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31 - Random Quest

Original title : Random Quest
First Aired : 11.02.1969 (UK)
Director : Christopher Barry
Writing credits : John Wyndham, Owen Holder
Cast : Molly Weir (Nurse Maclean), Anna Darlington (Laura), Reginald Peters (Bates), Bernard Finch (Trevor), Carole Boyer (Gerry), MacDonald Hobley (TV Newsreader), Bernard Brown (Martin), Charles Lamb (George), Arnold Ridley (Munnings), Noel Howlett (Dr. Harshom), Beatrice Kane (Mrs Walters), Tracy Reed (Ottilie), George Lee (II) (Taxi Driver), Keith Barron (Colin Trafford), Beryl Cooke (Mrs. Gale)

The Story : A physicist takes part in a laboratory experiment that goes amiss. When he regains consciousness, he finds himself in a parallel universe that is very similar to his own but with some striking differences.

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32 - The Naked Sun

Original title : The Naked Sun
First Aired : 18.02.1969 (UK)
Director : Rudolph Cartier
Writing credits : Robert Muller, Isaac Asimov
Cast : Frederick Jaeger (Leebig), Paul Stassino (Rikaine), John Hicks (Bik), David Cargill (Robot #1), Raymond Hardy (Robot #2), Roy Patrick (Robot #3), John Scott Martin (Robot #4), Gerald Taylor (Robot #5), Ronald Leigh-Hunt (Attlebish), Erik Chitty (Thool), Paul Maxwell (Baley), Sheila Burrell (Minnim), Trisha Noble (Gladia), David Collings (Daneel), Neil Hallett (Gruer)

The Story : Lije Baley is a police detective from Earth, dispatched with his robot partner to dig into a case of murder on the planet Solaria, where physical contact is illegal.

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33 - The Little Black Bag

Original title : The Little Black Bag
First Aired : 25.02.1969 (UK)
Director : Eric Hills
Writing credits : Julian Bond, C.M. Kornbluth
Cast : Geraldine Moffat (Angie), Leon Cortez (Samuels), Bill Lyons (First Youth), Ian Frost (Johnny), Elizabeth Weaver (Edna Flannery), Alan Downer (Mallinson), John Dunbar (Mr Collings), John Woodnutt (Kelland), Katherine Kessey (Receptionist), Emrys Jones (Dr. Roger Full), Harvey Hall (A1), Peter King (V) (Second Youth), Robert Dean (Dr. Gillis), James Chase (Mike), Dennis Bowen (Dr. Hemingway)

The Story : During a time-travel expedition from the future, an advanced medical kit is left behind. An alcoholic physician happens across the bag of miracles and begins curing all his patients.

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34 - 1 + 1 = 1.5

Original title : 1 + 1 = 1.5
First Aired : 04.03.1969 (UK)
Director : Michael Ferguson
Writing credits : Brian Hayles
Cast : Davyd Harries (Yates), Juan Moreno (Reporter), Chloe Ashcroft (Susanna), Derek Chafer (Man #2), Steve Peters (Man #1), Clare Shenstone (Secretary), Petra Davies (Minister), Geoffrey Palmer (Gosford), Frances Bennett (Mrs Proctor), Lynda La Plante (Miss Harvey (as , Lynda Marchal)), Bernard Holley (TV announcer), Bernard Horsfall (John Stewart), Garfield Morgan (Henry Beldon), Julia Lockwood (Mary Beldon), John Witty (Computer Voice)

The Story : In the Britain of the near future, "population control" is the law and women can only have children with the state's permission. Mary finds herself unexpectedly, and illegally, pregnant.

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35 - The Fosters

Original title : The Fosters
First Aired : 11.03.1969 (UK)
Director : Philip Dudley
Writing credits : Michael Ashe (II)
Cast : John Berwyn (Japhet), Rose Hill (Geoff's mother), John Dawson (Digby), Kevin Stoney (Calton), Yvonne Manners (Mary Gerwyn), Bernard Hepton (Harry Gerwyn), Ann Penfold (Sally Gerwyn), Richard Pearson (Mr. Foster), Freda Bamford (Miss Foster), Pauline Cunningham (Anne), Anton Darby (Geoff), Alan Ross (Bob), Richard Pescud (Cazalet)

The Story : When his wife falls inexplicably into a coma, biochemist Harry Gerwyn is in despair, until he meets the Fosters, suburban siblings who are less ordinary than they seem to be.

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36 - Target Generation

Original title : Target Generation
First Aired : 18.03.1969 (UK)
Director : Roger Jenkins
Writing credits : Clifford D. Simak, Clive Exton
Cast : Michael McGovern (George), Ruth Kettlewell (Mrs. Kane), Toke Townley (Martin), Suzan Farmer (Mary Hoff), Godfrey Kenton (Jon's father), Owen Berry (Joshua), Ronald Lacey (Joe Manx), David Beck (Jon), Gary Smith (II) (Jon as a Boy)

The Story : Confined to stay within the confines of "The Ship", a puritanical and repressive society awaits with dread the day of "the tremor". Only one man knows what to do when that day arrives.

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37 - The Yellow Pill

Original title : The Yellow Pill
First Aired : 25.03.1969 (UK)
Director : Michael Ferguson
Writing credits : Rog Phillips, Leon Griffiths
Cast : Stephen Bradley (II) (Wilfred Connor), James Haswell (Plain Clothes Man #2), Steve Peters (Plain Clothes Man #1), Glynn Edwards (Inspector Slinn), Angela Browne (Helen Carter), Francis Matthews (John Frame), Carl Conway (Radio Voice)

The Story : The police ask a psychiatrist to examine a young murderer, who at first glance appears to be crazy. But the man is soon to display unusual abilities such as knowing intimate facts about the doctor.

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38 - Get Off My Cloud

Original title : Get Off My Cloud
First Aired : 01.04.1969 (UK)
Director : Peter Cregeen
Writing credits : Peter Phillips, David Climie
Cast : Royston Tickner (Taxi Driver), Alec Ross (Police Sergeant), Peter Jeffrey (Marsham Craswell), Peter Barkworth (Stephen), Donal Donnelly (Pete), Jon Croft (Parenell), Robert Duncan (II) (Young Pete), Vicki Woolf (Garer)

The Story : Deep in the throes of a mental breakdown, a science-fiction writer seems trapped in the world of his own fantasies.

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