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Blue Water High

Blue Water High opening title card
Format Children's TV Drama
Starring Sophie Luck
Tahyna Tozzi
Kate Bell
Mara Scherzinger
Khan Chittenden
Adam Saunders
Christopher Foy
Gabrielle Scollay
Lesley Mitchell
Taryn Marler
James Sorensen
Cariba Heine
Ryan Corr
Trent Dalzell
Martin Lynes
Liz Burch
Country of origin Australia
No. of episodes 46 as of November 12, 2006
Production
Running time 25 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel ABC1
Original run May 11, 2005 – present
Status New Series

Blue Water High is an Australian television drama series, broadcast on ABC1 and Boomerang in the United Kingdom. Each season follows the lives of a young group of students at Solar Blue, a high-performance surf academy where several lucky 16-year-olds are selected for a 12-month-long surfing program on Sydney's northern beaches. Image File history File links Size of this preview: 800 × 450 pixelsFull resolution (1024 × 576 pixel, file size: 182 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg)Heath and Fly from Blue Water High. ... Childrens television series are television programmes designed for and marketed to children, normally aired during the morning and afternoon hours, mainly before and after school. ... Television drama series is a genre that deals with generally non-epic situations in a serious, dramatic manner. ... Sophie Kathlyn Luck (b. ... Tahyna Tozzi is an Australian model and actress. ... Kate Bell is an Australian actress. ... Khan Chittenden (b. ... Chris Foy is an Australian actor born in January 25, 1983. ... Gabrielle Scollay is an 18 year old Australian actress. ... James Sorensen (born 1986 in Melbourne, Australia) is a professional model and actor. ... Cariba Heine (born October 1, 1988 in South Africa) is an Australian actress, best known for portraying the role of Rikki Chadwick in the Network Ten and Nickelodeon UK show H2O: Just Add Water. ... Ryan Ryan Corr (b. ... Martin Lynes is an Australian actor most known for his work as Dr. Luke Forlano on All Saints, an Australian hospital drama. ... Liz Burch (born 18 October 1954 in Hornsby, New South Wales, Australia) is an actress. ... is the 316th day of the year (317th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... ABC1 is a United Kingdom based television channel from Disney utilizing the branding of the Disney owned American network, ABC. The channel initially launched exclusively on the British digital terrestrial television platform Freeview on September 27, 2004. ... is the 131st day of the year (132nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... ABC1 is a United Kingdom based television channel from Disney utilizing the branding of the Disney owned American network, ABC. The channel initially launched exclusively on the British digital terrestrial television platform Freeview on September 27, 2004. ... Boomerangs original logo was the same as the U.S. channel, used from launch to 12 September 2004 Boomerang is a television channel broadcast in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, launched on 27 May 2000. ... For other uses, see Surfing (disambiguation). ... This article is about the metropolitan area in Australia. ...

Contents

Series One

The first series consisted of twenty-six episodes. It starred Adam Saunders as Heath, the relaxed joker who struggles with school; Tahyna Tozzi as Perri, resident glamour queen from the Gold Coast; Sophie Luck as Fly, the youngest; Kate Bell as Bec, the local; Khan Chittenden as Edge, the aggressive and competitive teen; Chris Foy as Matt, the generic 'smart guy' and Mara Scherzinger as Anna, a famous German Kiteboarder. At the end of the year, two of them (one girl and one boy) get a wild card spot on the pro-circuit tour. The first series was released on DVD in 4 volumes, though fans are strongly urging for a complete re-release featuring the entire season in one package as was later done with Series Two. The winners of Series One were Fly and Edge. Tahyna Tozzi is an Australian model and actress. ... Gold Coast may refer to: // Gold Coast (British colony), British colony on the Gulf of Guinea in west Africa Brandenburger Gold Coast, former German colony Danish Gold Coast, former Danish colony Dutch Gold Coast, former Dutch colony Portuguese Gold Coast, former Portuguese colony Swedish Gold Coast, former Swedish colony Gold... Sophie Kathlyn Luck (b. ... Kate Bell is an Australian actress. ... Khan Chittenden (b. ... Chris Foy is an Australian actor born in January 25, 1983. ...


Sophie Luck won the 2005 Australian Film Institute Award for Best Young Actor for her role in the series. Sophie Kathlyn Luck (b. ... The Australian Film Institute Awards (often abbreviated to AFI Awards) is an annual awards ceremony administered by the Australian Film Institute, held in late November or early December. ...


As of June 2008, selected episodes of the first season are currently being shown on the beta version of the recently re-launched TheWB.com.


Series Two

Filming of a second series began in early January 2006 in Sydney, Australia, with a revised cast, which included Sophie Luck who was back as Fly, Trent Dalzell as Corey, Ryan Corr as Eric, Lesley Mitchell as Brooke, Taryn Marler as Rachel, Gabrielle Scollay as Amy, and James Sorensen as Mike. It premiered on 28 June 2006. Sophie Luck, Adam Saunders, Kate Bell, Chris Foy, Tahyna Tozzi, Nadine Garner and Khan Chittenden have all reappeared in the second series in various episodes. Sophie Kathlyn Luck (b. ... Ryan Ryan Corr (b. ... Gabrielle Scollay is an 18 year old Australian actress. ... James Sorensen (born 1986 in Melbourne, Australia) is a professional model and actor. ... is the 179th day of the year (180th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Sophie Kathlyn Luck (b. ... Kate Bell is an Australian actress. ... Chris Foy may refer to 2 people: Chris Foy is one of many referees in the FA Premier League. ... Tahyna Tozzi is an Australian model and actress. ... Nadine Lynette Garner (born 14 December 1970 in Knoxfield, Melbourne, Victoria) is a leading Australian actress. ... Khan Chittenden (b. ...


The complete second series was released on DVD in Australia on October 1, 2007.[1]


The winners of Series Two were Brooke and Eric.


Series Three

The third series began filming in October 2007. Kate Bell returns as Bec for series three and is joined by Craig Horner as Garry. The new Solar Blue pupils are Guy (Kain O'Keefe), Charley (Lachlan Buchanan), Adam (Eka Darville), Bridget (Cariba Heine), Lauren (Amy Beckwith) and Cassie (Rebecca Breeds). Series Three began screening on Rollercoaster on the 3rd of April 2008 at 5:25 pm. [1] Kate Bell is an Australian actress. ... Cariba Heine (born October 1, 1988 in South Africa) is an Australian actress, best known for portraying the role of Rikki Chadwick in the Network Ten and Nickelodeon UK show H2O: Just Add Water. ...


Character-actors (Series One)

Season 1 Cast of Blue Water High
Season 1 Cast of Blue Water High

Kate Bell is an Australian actress. ... Khan Chittenden (b. ... Tahyna Tozzi is an Australian model and actress. ... Chris Foy is an Australian actor born in January 25, 1983. ... Sophie Kathlyn Luck (b. ... Martin Lynes is an Australian actor most known for his work as Dr. Luke Forlano on All Saints, an Australian hospital drama. ... Liz Burch (born 18 October 1954 in Hornsby, New South Wales, Australia) is an actress. ...

Character-actors (Series Two)

Season 2 cast of Blue Water High
Season 2 cast of Blue Water High

Ryan Ryan Corr (b. ... Gabrielle Scollay is an 18 year old Australian actress. ... James Sorensen (born 1986 in Melbourne, Australia) is a professional model and actor. ... Sophie Kathlyn Luck (b. ... Martin Lynes is an Australian actor most known for his work as Dr. Luke Forlano on All Saints, an Australian hospital drama. ... Liz Burch (born 18 October 1954 in Hornsby, New South Wales, Australia) is an actress. ... Nadine Lynette Garner (born 14 December 1970 in Knoxfield, Melbourne, Victoria) is a leading Australian actress. ...

Character-actors (Series Three)

Season 3 cast of Blue Water High
Season 3 cast of Blue Water High
  • Guy Spender - Kain O'Keefe
  • Charley Prince - Lachlan Buchanan
  • Adam Bridge - Eka Darville
  • Bridget Sanchez - Cariba Heine
  • Loren Power - Amy Beckwith
  • Cassie Cometti - Rebecca Breeds
  • Gary Miller - Craig Horner
  • Lulu Fowler - Sarah Atwell
  • Bec Sanderson - Kate Bell

Cariba Heine (born October 1, 1988 in South Africa) is an Australian actress, best known for portraying the role of Rikki Chadwick in the Network Ten and Nickelodeon UK show H2O: Just Add Water. ... Kate Bell is an Australian actress. ...

List of Episodes

Season One (May-November 2005)

  • The Contenders
  • Winners and Losers
  • Trouble in Paradise
  • Fly Takes a Dive
  • Anna Loses Her Way
  • Edge Wipes Out
  • Friends in Need
  • Brothers and Sisters
  • Sharks In The Mind
  • Timing Is Everything
  • Out Of Control
  • Dreams and Dramas
  • Life On The Line
  • Bad Boy Heath
  • Joker's Wild
  • Undefined
  • Perri Lies Low
  • Winning Isn't Everything
  • Right Dances-Wrong Partner
  • Big Wave Fears
  • The Kiss
  • Behind The Scenes
  • Tough Choices
  • The Band Plays On
  • Suspicious Minds
  • And The Winner Is...

Season Two (June-December 2006)

Episodes of season 2 were not given names, but were rather numbered from 1 to 26.


Season Three (April-October 2008)

Overseas Broadcasting

As of June 11 2007, the series started started broadcasting in Sweden, on the Swedish summer show Hej Hej Sommar on SVT. The series is also broadcast in Poland on ZigZap.tv as "Na wysokiej fali", which, translated equates to "On the High Wave". In Brazil it is broadcast by the Boomerang channel under the title Galera do Surfe (The Surf Crowd). is the 162nd day of the year (163rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Sveriges Television (SVT) is a national publicly-funded television broadcaster based in Sweden. ...


In Germany the series is called "Blue water High, die Surf-Akademie" (which means "Blue water high, the surf academy) and is broadcasted on KiKa (children's channel). In the spanish-talking countries of Latinoamerica show is titled "Blue Water High, Escuela del Surf", which also translates as "Blue water high, the surf academy", broadcasted on Boomerang (different feed to the brazilian one). In Spain, the show is broadcasted on La 2 and ClanTVE.


References

  1. ^ TV Tonight: Third series for Blue Water High

External links

  • Official UK Website
  • Blue Water High at the Internet Movie Database
  • Blue Water High at the National Film and Sound Archive
  • http://www.tvtonight.com.au/2008/03/gallery-blue-water-high.html Pictures and information on the 2008 series of blue water high
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