Undermind (TV series)

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Undermind (1965) title card.png
Directed byBill Bain
Laurence Bourne
Peter Dews
Patrick Dromgoole
Raymond Menmuir
Peter Potter
StarringRosemary Nicols
Jeremy Wilkin
Denis Quilley
Theme music composerPaul Lewis
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of series1
No. of episodes11
Camera setupMultiple-camera setup
Running time60 minutes
50 minutes
(excluding advertisements)
Original networkITV
Picture format405-line Black & White
(4:3 SDTV)
Audio formatMono
Original release1965

Undermind is a science fiction television drama produced by ABC Weekend Television in 1965. It ran for eleven episodes of sixty minutes each. It starred Rosemary Nicols, Jeremy Wilkin and Denis Quilley.

The series was devised by Shoestring and Bergerac creator Robert Banks Stewart, who also went on to write for Doctor Who. Several other writers known for their work on Who also contributed scripts: David Whitaker, Bill Strutton and Robert Holmes.


Personnel Officer Drew Heriot returns to the United Kingdom after working in Australia to discover his brother, Police Detective Frank Heriot, behaving oddly, to the distress of his sister-in-law Anne. Investigating together, they discover that a disembodied alien force is using high frequency signals to brainwash people - including Drew's brother - into committing subversive acts as a prelude to a full-scale invasion. Together, Drew and Anne battle to stop the acts of sabotage while trying to alert Britain to the danger...

Recurring Cast[edit]

Full Series

Full Series

Flowers of Havoc, The New Dimension, Death in England and Too Many Enemies

Waves of Sound and End Signal

  • David Phetheam as Caper (2 Episodes)

Waves of Sound and End Signal


1 Instance One aka Onset of Fear
2 Flowers of Havoc
3 The New Dimension
4 Death in England
5 Too Many Enemies
6 Intent to Destroy
7 Song of Death
8 Puppets of Evil
9 Test for the Future
10 Waves of Sound
11 End Signal


The series was released on DVD by Network DVD on 23 July 2012.[1]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Undermind: The Complete Series". Network DVD. Retrieved 17 February 2012.