BBC Resources designers Paul Baguley and Rod Ellis have created the main title sequence and content stings for the midweek National Lottery Dreamworld show, which began this week. The surreal dreams and ambitions scenarios include fantasy characters such as a mermaid, a man with a ship on his head and a rocket man. Costumes were designed by Pal Griffiths. Baguley says: ‘The brief asked for a fast and mischievous “wish fulfilment” sequence in keeping with the theme of the show.’
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