The lives of former lovers Daniel and Susan are complicated by teen angst, family loyalties and tested friendships.

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Series cast summary:
Martine McCutcheon ...  Susan Penwarden 12 episodes, 2008
Ed Speleers ...  Jimmy Penwarden 12 episodes, 2008
Jason Donovan ...  Daniel Marrack 12 episodes, 2008
Hugo Speer ...  Mark Penwarden 12 episodes, 2008
Hannah Lederer ...  Abi Marrack 12 episodes, 2008
Christian Cooke ...  Brae Marrack 12 episodes, 2008
Laura Greenwood ...  Grace Penwarden 12 episodes, 2008
Naomi Ryan Naomi Ryan ...  Jackie Hughes 12 episodes, 2008
Jonathan Readwin ...  Charlie Morgan 12 episodes, 2008
Susie Amy ...  Angela Cole / ... 12 episodes, 2008
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The quiet life in a Cornish beach resort is disturbed since the arrival of 'newcomers'. Actually they're also relatives of leading businessman Mark Penwarden, who has an old, deep grudge against his brother Daniel, who returned years after a tragic boat incident to open a surf shop. Their children engage in mateship, romantic friendships and rivalry with each-other and a few other locals, further complicating the fraternal households 'entanglement. Written by KGF Vissers

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10 January 2008 (UK) See more »

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Designed to be watched in conjunction with the preceding episode of Moving Wallpaper (2008) series, although it could be watched as a stand alone programme. See more »

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Followed by Moving Wallpaper (2008) See more »

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Echo Beach
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Written by Mark Gane
Performed by Gabriella Cilmi
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A great soap!
25 January 2008 | by charlottexx13See all my reviews

Echo Beach is a totally original idea for a soap. I find it quite addictive.

It is a soap within a soap connecting with Moving Wallpaper, the things said in moving wallpaper appear in the soap, so you see the reason for everything that happens. I feel this is a great attempt as a soap as it appeals to a young and old audience.

It is much edgier than your Eastenders and Corination Street. I will be a loyal fan of this show for a long long time.

There is plenty of eye-candy in the soap. It has a a great soundtrack with new music. I think this will be a great soap.


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