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Dead of Night was a British television anthology series of supernatural fiction, produced by the BBC and broadcast on BBC2 in 1972. It ran for a single series; of its seven 50-minute episodes, only three—"The Exorcism", "Return Flight", and "A Woman Sobbing"—are known to survive in the BBC's archives. Another programme made by the Dead of Night production team under Innes Lloyd, The Stone Tape, intended to be the eighth episode, does survive in the archives but was not broadcast under the Dead of Night banner.
|S01E01||The Exorcism||05/11/1972||Four friends gather for Christmas dinner at an old cottage. Suddenly, there's a power failure and the phone goes dead. Then their wine turns to blood and the turkey makes them violently ill. Then things really get strange!|
|S01E02||Return Flight||12/11/1972||Whilst coming into land after a routine flight, Captain Rolph suddenly takes evasive action to avoid a WWII Lancaster bomber. But neither his co-pilot or traffic control saw such a plane. It seems to be a straightforward case of hallucination and early retirement for Rolph, but he is determined to prove otherwise and clear his reputation.|
|S01E04||Death Cancels All Debts||26/11/1972|
|S01E06||Two in the Morning||10/12/1972|
|S01E07||A Woman Sobbing||17/12/1972||Jane is an discontented middle-class wife and mother. One night in her bedroom she hears a woman crying, though her husband hears nothing. Is it a symptom of her depression or is her home haunted? In her attempts to discover the truth she becomes increasingly paranoid|