List of Round The Twist Episodes

List Of Round The Twist Episodes

The following is a list of episodes of the Australian children's television series, Round the Twist. Between 4 April 1989 and 2 May 2001 there have been 52 episodes made, spanning 4 series.

Read more about List Of Round The Twist EpisodesSeries 1 (1989), Series 2 (1992), Series 3 (2000), Series 4 (2001)

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List Of Round The Twist Episodes - Series 4 (2001)
... # Total Title Director Writer Original airdate 1 ... "Welcome Back" Esben Storm Esben Storm 31 January 2001 (2001-01-31) Mr ... Snapper is directing a play for the bicentenary of Port Niranda ...

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