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Memorabilia 2003
Cheryl and Spencer’s visit to the NEC in November.
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Tightrope Micro Site

Dedicated to the 1972 series which starred Spencer and was included many members of the same production team as Timeslip, including Ruth Boswell, John Cooper, Ron Francis, Dave Foster and Victor Pemberton.
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2003 - The Year of the Wake Up
Well, it’s been quite a year of the Official Timeslip Website… and it was only our FIRST year – imagine what’s yet to come!
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Return to the Barrier

A write up of the trip back to Goff's Oak back in September.
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Timeslip -The Title Sequences

Timeslip's title sequence is one of those simple yet iconic visuals that sixties and seventies television is still famous for.
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Timeslip Memories Part One: by Spencer Banks
The serial will always remain something very special to me. It was my first major role, having only one previous credit prior to Timeslip -'Germinal' a BBC 2 Classic serial made in 1969...
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Timeslip Memories Part Two: by Bruce Stewart
I was approached in the late 60s by Renee Godard, at that time Children's producer at ATV, and asked to think about something that could challenge DOCTOR WHO over on the BBC...
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Location, Location, Location!
Although there was only a modest amount of location work in Timeslip, what was used, was used to good effect. In fact, in the entire twenty-six episodes, only three locations were used with only two of them strictly qualifying as 'locations' in their own right.
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Forward to the Past: Looking for the Timebarrier by Steve Hardy
Asking people who remember the series what comes immediately to mind when they think of Timeslip, they usually reply; 'That's the one where the kids go through the hole in the fence, isn't it?' So where was St. Oswalds in real life..?
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The Music of Timeslip
There's several things that people always recall of Timeslip but none evoke the memories of scary cliffhangers and dramatic revelations more than the series' distinctive theme music. And it often comes as a surpise when they realise that it is little more than a piece of record library music and wasn't composed especially for the series.
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