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The Sand Castle: 4: The Siege begins
by Patrick Barrington.
An entertainment in six parts designed by Sam Williams from an idea by Kim Taylor.

5.15 Children's Newsreel

5.25-5.45 Lawn Tennis
Dan Maskell gives some beginning-of-the-season hints.

Contributors

Writer (The Sand Castle: Patrick Barrington
Designer/Puppets created and animated by (The Sand Castle): Sam Williams
From an idea by (The Sand Castle): Kim Taylor
Music composed and played by (The Sand Castle): James Turner
Puppets created and animated by (The Sand Castle): Elizabeth Williams
Puppets created and animated by (The Sand Castle): Jennifer Hughes
Additional animator (The Sand Castle): John Vinden
Producer (The Sand Castle): Pamela Brown
Jill: Margaret McCourt
John: Anthony Green
Voices - Narrator/Crab: Alan Reid
Voices - Bert/Puffin/Shrimp: Kenneth Connor
Voices - Kate/Starfish: Virginia Hewett
Presenter (Lawn Tennis): Dan Maskell
Presented by (Lawn Tennis): Cliff Michelmore

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Children's Television

BBC Television, 30 May 1952 17.00






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