Undermind (TV series)
|Format||science fiction, conspiracy|
|Directed by||Bill Bain
|Theme music composer||Paul Lewis|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||11|
|Camera setup||Multiple-camera setup|
|Running time||60 minutes
|Picture format||405-line Black & White
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.
Undermind followed Drew and Anne Heriot (Wilkin and Nicols), brother- and sister-in-law, investigating a mysterious alien force that appears to be brainwashing people into undermining the UK's economy and politics. The Heriots suspect these acts of sabotage to be the preparation for a full-scale alien invasion, and struggle to stop them while attempting to alert the authorities to what is happening.
|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|
- "Undermind: The Complete Series". Network DVD. Retrieved 17 February 2012.