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  1. Our kind of town (1980)

    Genre
    Documentary; Interview; Music; Vox pop

    Steve Allen and Tara Jeffries present this week’s edition of Our Kind of Town investigating the ghosts of London. Speaking are: London public; Theatre Manager at the Adelphi Theatre, Bill Porter and Stage...

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  2. Nanny accused of witchcraft released (1983)

    Genre
    News report

    Report on the release of Scottish nanny Carole Compton in Italy after being accused of witchcraft. Female reporter not identified.

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  3. Beyond belief (1985)

    Genre
    Interview; Documentary

    Part 3. Kieran Devaney presents a look at contemporary witchcraft, taking to self-styled Queen of the Witches, Patricia Crowther, and her disciple, Alan Miller, in Sheffield. Chris, proprietor of a...

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  4. Satanist interview results in police raid (1988)

    Genre
    News report; Interview; Phone-in

    John Alcock reports how the testimony of a self-confessed black witch on the LBC phone-in programme, Nightline resulted in a visit to the studios by police. Satanist Brian Leftwich claimed he knew...

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  5. Mary Bateman, the Yorkshire Witch (1988)

    Genre
    Drama

    Dramatisation of the life of Mary Bateman who was an English criminal with self-proclaimed supernatural powers, known as the Yorkshire Witch, who was tried and executed for witchcraft during the early 19th...

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