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They were used again as Normandy beaches during D-Day in the 1962 epic The Longest Day.
Follow That Camel was shot here during the early months of 1967, with Camber Sands representing the Sahara Desert, although filming had to be stopped several times because the dunes were covered in snow.
Made over a period of one week, the fourteen pieces showed in microscopic detail the way in which the tide affected the sand as it washed over the beach twice a day.
Feeder's 2003 video for "Forget About Tomorrow", was partially shot on the beach.
The Fall mention Camber Sands in a song called "(We Are) Mod Mock Goth": "We take Viagra / And go to Camber Sands / Our shirts are well out of our pants / We are mod mock goth" on the 2003 single "(We Wish You) A Protein Christmas".
The music video for Gabrielle Aplin's 2012 song "Home" was shot in and around Camber Sands.
Camber Sands was the planet Aridius in the 1965 Doctor Who story The Chase, and then in 1986 was the filming location for a scene in the final two parts of the story Trial of a Time Lord, as part of an elaborate illusion generated by the Valeyard in the Matrix.
Camber Sands is mentioned in "Europe Is Our Playground" (B-side to "Trash") by Suede, "Pulling Mussels (From the Shell)" by Squeeze (also covered by Head Automatica), "Diamonds and Pearls" by The Holloways, "Heavyweight Champion of the World" by Reverend and The Makers and "Caravan" by Nick Heyward.