Custer's Last Stand-up

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Custer's Last Stand-Up was a BBC/RTÉ co-production television series which won the BAFTA for best British Children's Series in 2001.[1] Stars included George McMahon, Ciaran Nolan, Elaine Symons, Brian James Roche, Tom Hopkins and Deirdre Monaghan.

The show ran for two series of 13 episodes each and was written by a collection of writers, with the original idea being accredited to Gail Reynard. The directors of the show were Graeme Harper, Dearbhla Walsh and Dez McCarthy. The show was filmed at the RTÉ studios in Donnybrook and in Bray, County Wicklow. The first series was produced by Michael McGowan and the second series was produced by Ferdia McAnna. The executive producer was Elaine Sperber, then head of CBBC drama.[2]


  1. ^ "Children's Nominations 2001". Retrieved 6 May 2011. 
  2. ^ "Bray-based TV series wins top BAFTA award". BrayPeople. Retrieved 6 May 2011.