Watch for Terry Sand on PBS in the first of a three-part series: The Promise of Play
Check your local listings for the time in your area. Visit The Institute for Play's web site for more information.
From the time she was child, Terry Sand has loved performing. But beyond the performing, she's had a constant interest and curiosity about how play keeps us young, alive, and flexible in our everyday lives as adults.
Over the past few years she has spent time in workshops and retreats with other professionals who are studying, using, and implementing all forms of play as an important factor in our physical, mental, and emotional health in many everyday settings. Their goal is to show how important play and laughter are to our work, education, sanity, and in relationships with our loved ones.
This fascinating three-hour series, The Promise of Play, first aired in the fall of 2000 and continues to be played in many television markets across the country today. Watch your local listings and ask the PBS station in your area to air it. Terry's segment occurs in the first of this three-part series.
Terry's TV history
The Promise of Play isn't Terry's first encounter with television. She's been on many San Francisco Bay Area television shows. She was the entertainment reporter on Evening Magazine and hosted her own segment entitled Terry on the Town. Other local shows she appeared on include People Are Talking and The Afternoon Show where she starred in her own feature called Tips from Terry.
Regionally, she has appeared on A.M. Northwest which broadcasts out of Portland, Oregon. Here Terry dispensed some wacky household tips and gave humorous demonstrations of craft projects for the whole family.
Nationally, she was a regular on the Will Shriner Show and was the entertainment expert on Make Yourself at Home, a PBS broadcast.
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