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39 - Taste Of Evil

Original title : Taste Of Evil
First Aired : 21.04.1971 (UK)
Director : Michael Ferguson
Writing credits : John Wiles
Cast : Ian Pigot (Cull), Katherine Parr (Matron), John Ash (Boy #1), Norman Bacon (Boy #2), Paul Frazer (Boy #3), Brent Oldfield (Boy #4), Shane Raggett (Boy #5), David Smith (Boy #6), Martin Howells (Boston), Keith Skinner (Sinclair), Maurice Roëves (Chambers), Peter Copley (MacKinley), Jack Lambert (II) (Bellows), Gerry Davis (Maurice), John Moulder-Brown (Andrew)

The Story : At a school for exceptionally intelligent children, a new teacher begins to experience alarming psychic phenomena.

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40 - To Lay A Ghost

Original title : To Lay A Ghost
First Aired : 28.04.1971 (UK)
Director : Ken Hannam
Writing credits : Michael J. Bird
Cast : Iain Gregory (Eric Carver), Lesley-Anne Down (Diana), Peter Barkworth (Dr. Phillimore), Clifford Cox (Ewan Mackenzie), Geoffrey Russell (Police Inspector), Walter Randall (Thomas Hobbs)

The Story : A photographer and his new bride move into an old house which they are told is haunted. He start to believe the myths when ghosts begin to appear in his photographs.

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41 - This Body Is Mine

Original title : This Body Is Mine
First Aired : 05.05.1971 (UK)
Director : Eric Hills
Writing credits : John Tully
Cast : Bruno Barnabe (Harvey), Anne Kidd (John Pinner), Norma West (Sheila), Daryl Kavann (Tony Randall), Hector Ross (George Simpson), Sonia Graham (Elizabeth Gregory), Alethea Charlton (Ann Meredith), John Carson (Allen Meredith), Jack Hedley (Jack Gregory), John Rolfe (Rawlinson)

The Story : After numerous experiments, a scientist begins to discover that "mind transference" is a dangerous thing.

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42 - Deathday

Original title : Deathday
First Aired : 12.05.1971 (UK)
Director : Raymond Menmuir
Writing credits : Angus Hall, Brian Hayles
Cast : Gina Manicorn (Telephone Operator), Douglas Wells (Arnold), Susan Glanville (Joanne), Leslie Schofield (Detective Sergeant , Roberts), Simon Merrick (Detective Chief , Inspector Schofield), Valerie Lush (Dorothy Hudson), Lindsay Campbell (Stanley Hudson), Roy Evans (Postman), John Ronane (Quilter), Lynn Farleigh (Lydia Crosse), Robert Lang (Adam Crosse), Tim Gudgin (Newsreader)

The Story : Adam Crosse is not the normal, respectable man he seems to be, especially after he learns that his wife has a lover.

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43 - The Sons And Daughters Of Tomorrow

Original title : The Sons And Daughters Of Tomorrow
First Aired : 19.05.1971 (UK)
Director : Gerald Blake
Writing credits : Edward Boyd
Cast : Brian Jacks (Undertaker #1), Les Shannon (Coroner), Brenda Kaye (Dr. Lesley Clifford), Edward Evans (Tom Palfrey), Chris Tranchell (PC Wilkes), Christopher Reynalds (Isiah), Arthur Pentelow (Wilfred Russell), Pamela Salem (Jeanette), David Griffin (Hamilton White), Margery Withers (Rosa Cavendish), Malcolm Tierney (Simon Willows), William Lucas (Shawlor Gawscoyne), Peter Wilson-Holmes (Undertaker #2)

The Story : A journalist visits an isolated village to investigate a famous unsolved murder case. Witchcraft is not the only thing he encounters.

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44 - Welcome Home

Original title : Welcome Home
First Aired : 26.05.1971 (UK)
Director : Eric Hills
Writing credits : Moris Rahi
Cast : Pamela Craig (Miss Pringle), Alan Downer (John Sherwood), Margaret Anderson (Sheila Sherwood), David Morrell (Sam Sheppard), Derek Benfield (Dr. Liam Moore), Gerald Sim (Detective Sergeant , Greene), Bernard Brown (Bowers-Two), Anthony Ainley (Bowers-One), Jennifer Hilary (Penny Powers), David Munro (PC Jones)

The Story : After spending some time in the hospital, a psychiatrist returns home to find another man is living with his wife and everyone insists that the man is her husband.

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45 - The Last Witness

Original title : The Last Witness
First Aired : 02.06.1971 (UK)
Director : Michael Ferguson
Writing credits : Martin Worth
Cast : Joanna Ross (Barbara), Joyce Carey (Mrs. Fane), Brian Sullivan (Businessman), Denise Buckley (Ann), Michael McStay (David), Laurence James (Sgt. Walker), James Kerry (Dr. Benson), Sheila Brennan (Mrs. Kemble), Anthony Bate (Harris), Milton Brehaut (Bus Driver)

The Story : A man loses consciousness while being shipwrecked, and wakes to find himself on a tiny island, suffering from terrible visions of disturbing future events.

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46 - The Man In My Head

Original title : The Man In My Head
First Aired : 09.06.1971 (UK)
Director : Peter Cregeen
Writing credits : John Wiles
Cast : Elizabeth Bell (Lydia), James Drake (Denman), Marianne Benet (Ira), Tom Chadbon (Brinson), Robert Walker (VIII) (Camber), Robert Oates (Fulman), David Whitman (Sanders), Martin Thurley (Stock), Kenneth Watson (Hine)

The Story : Soldiers are sent out on a dangerous mission, unaware that they have been brainwashed to respond to a certain signal.

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47 - The Chopper

Original title : The Chopper
First Aired : 16.06.1971 (UK)
Director : Peter Cregeen
Writing credits : Nigel Kneale
Cast : Patrick Troughton (Jimmy Reed), George Sweeney (Chaser), Margaret Brady (Sandie), David Wood (Rupert Molloy), Ann Morrish (Lorna Venn)

The Story : A woman journalist finds herself in psychic contact with a dead motor-cyclist, who is dead set on revenge.

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48 - The Uninvited

Original title : The Uninvited
First Aired : 23.06.1971 (UK)
Director : Eric Mills
Writing credits : Michael J. Bird
Cast : David Sinclair (PC Wheeler), Bobbie Oswald (Blonde Woman), Hilary Mason (Jessica Ramsey), Geoffrey Palmer (Jack Mervyn), Shirley Cain (Frances Mervyn), Brian Wilde (Donald Ramsey), June Ellis (Millicent Pattison), John Nettleton (George Pattison), David Allister (Fuller)

The Story : Uninvited visitors disturb a middle-aged couple in the middle of the night.

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49 - The Shattered Eye

Original title : The Shattered Eye
First Aired : 30.06.1971 (UK)
Director : Peter Hammond
Writing credits : David Chantler
Cast : Michael Lynch (Arcade Manager), John Saunders (Perris), James Copeland (Randall), Sebastian Breaks (Tony), John Wentworth (Barton), Peter Arne (Gavin), Tessa Wyatt (Gwenn), Richard Warwick (Alec), Freddie Jones (Lester), Lee Fox (Jackson)

The Story : Alec is a young painter who suddenly finds himself having a disturbing encounter with a shabby old man.

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