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form y separately published work icon Round the Twist series - publisher   film/TV   children's   fantasy  
Adaptation of Round the Twist Paul Jennings , 1990 selected work children's fiction
Issue Details: First known date: 1989... 1989 Round the Twist
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Tony Twist and his three children (thirteen-year-old twins Pete and Linda and nine-year-old Bronson) move to an old lighthouse on the rugged Australian coast. They soon discover that the lighthouse and the outhouse are haunted.

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First known date: 1989

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'Free-to-air TV networks have to commission certain amounts of children’s programs each year. But in recent years there’s been a dismaying lack of new live action shows, or recognisably Australian content. Instead, local children’s TV has become dominated by animation with little sense of place.'

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Networks Fight Children's TV Local Quota Michael Lallo , 2012 single work column
— Appears in: The Sun-Herald , 4 March 2012; (p. 21)
Hazel in Tune with Needs of a Nation Sarah Blake , 2013 single work column
— Appears in: The Courier-Mail , 25-26 May 2013; (p. 60-61)
'As tributes flow for former first lady Hazel Hawke and her brave public battle with Alzheimer's disease, those close to her tell Sarah Blake how she changed Australia for the better.'
The Slow Death of Australian Children’s TV Drama Anna Potter , Huw Walmsley-Evans , 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: The Conversation , 27 April 2017;

'Australian children’s TV may have recently picked up an Emmy Kids award for the ABCME animation Doodles, but otherwise kids’ TV in this country is in a dire state.

'Free-to-air TV networks have to commission certain amounts of children’s programs each year. But in recent years there’s been a dismaying lack of new live action shows, or recognisably Australian content. Instead, local children’s TV has become dominated by animation with little sense of place.'

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