The Passing Parade, (TV: The Dæmons) or its extended title The Passing Parade: Live from Devil's End (PROSE: "BBC 3 Schedule") was a current affairs television program broadcast on BBC3 in the 1970s. It was hosted by Alastair Fergus. One episode was devoted to Prof. Gilbert Horner's excavation at Devil's Hump. (TV: The Dæmons, PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy) It was broadcast in two parts: the first - a short preview - began at 8.00 and ran until 8.15, then the second began at 11.45 and ran until the channel closed down at 12.30. (PROSE: "BBC 3 Schedule")
The series' producer was Vincent Mortimer.
Several months after the Devil's Hump episode, the investigative journalist James Stevens, his former employer Sir Peter Wise, the editor of the Daily Chronicle, and Malcolm Muggeridge appeared on the programme to discuss whether the prejudicial reporting of the alleged crimes of the terrorist Victor Magister warranted his receiving a trial in camera. By this time, the series was presented by Alexander Gibson while one of its field reporters was Alex MacIntosh. (PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy)