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    Home and Away

    Home and Away

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    Seven Network
    Home and Away is an Australian series that has been in production since January 1988. It was originally centered around Pippa and Tom Fletcher and the children that they foster, set in the small coastal fictional town, Summer Bay, just north of "the city" - Sydney. Now, however, this classic Australian soap depicts the trials and tribulations, plus the romances, arguments, successes and failures of the people of this town, only one of whom have lived there for the last 22 years, Alf Stewart.moreless
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    Blue Heelers

    Blue Heelers

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    Seven Network (ended 2006)
    Blue Heelers is one of the most popular Australian dramas ever made. After producing more than 500 episodes over 13 seasons, Blue Heelers was axed by channel seven in 2006, with the final episode aired on June 4th. Since its first season in 1994, Blue Heelers quickly became one of Australia's most loved television dramas with compelling storylines and endearing characters.

    Season 13 saw Blue Heelers reach many milestones; including 500 episodes and becoming Australia's longest running weekly primetime drama series, surpassing Homocide which made 509 episodes.

    Blue Heelers saw many changes from its first season. A major change by producers in 2004 saw the bombing of the old station, making way for a new set and bringing new faces to the Blue Heelers cast. This change allowed the show to take a new direction.

    At its peak, Blue Heelers drew 2.5 million viewers and throughout its reign collected an impressive 25 Logie awards.

    Blue Heelers saw many talented actors through its 12 years, many have now become household names across Australia including; Lisa McCune, John Wood, William McInnes and Martin Sacks.

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    City Homicide

    City Homicide

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    Seven Network (ended 2011)
    No greater honour will ever be bestowed upon an officer, than when they are entrusted with an investigation into the death of a human being. Seven's new series follows young Homicide Detectives Simon Joyner (Daniel MacPherson, Neighbours, Tripping Over), Duncan Freeman (Aaron Pedersen, Water Rats), Jennifer Mapplethorpe (Nadine Garner, Water Rats, Stingers) and Matt Ryan (Damien Richardson) as they try to deal with the reality of their jobs in their personal and professional lives. With the help of Superintendent Bernice Waverley (Noni Hazlehurst, Better Homes and Gardens, Play School) and Senior Sergeant Stanley Wolfe (Shane Bourne, Thank God You're Here, MDA) they go about trying to solve some of Melbourne's most brutal homicides. City Homicide: Their day begins when your day ends. This is City Homicide.moreless
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    Economy Class

    Economy Class

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    Seven Network (ended 1994)
    Economy Class is a made-for-tv movie by the network 7 in Melbourne, Australia. The story revolves around a middle-aged engineer who forms an unlikely friendship with an 18-year-old street punk.
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    All Saints

    All Saints

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    Seven Network (ended 2009)
    All Saints is centered on the drama of life in an emergency department seen through the eyes of the people who carry the most responsibility for it - the men and women of the nursing staff. The program is a weekly, one hour series of self-contained stories with continuing serial threads for the permanent characters. Dr Frank Campion is the head of the Emergency Department. Frank's manners can be very bad at times but when somebody attacks one of his staff he will defend his staff member at all costs.moreless
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    Boney

    Boney

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    Seven Network (ended 1973)
    Crime drama series. The cases of detective inspector Napoleon Bonaparte, part aboriginal, part white carrying his investigations throughout Australia. The show created a bit of a stir through its use of blacking up the lead actor to play the half-caste Boney.moreless
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    Young Ramsay

    Young Ramsay

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    Seven Network (ended 1980)
    Australian dramatic series
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    Headland

    Headland

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    Seven Network
    Headland explores that potent time in life when you are faced with balancing the demands of university with the lure of new-found freedom and self discovery. From the Seven Network, home of Australian drama, Headland will explore the world of South Heads, once a thriving steel works town and now the home of South Coast University. The series will feature the University Campus, and the Headland Hotel, the nexus wheres the old blue-collar town meets the new. The Headland has become "the" place to hang out and , if you're lucky enough, to live!! The backdrop to this fictional world is the beautiful coastline of the IIlawarra. Just over an hour south of Sydney the landscape features spectacular rainforest escarpments stretching down to magnificent headlands, crystal clear surfing beaches and rocky platforms. Already sold to the hugely popular channel Four Network in the UK, Headland has been created for an early evening timeslot. The series will appeal to viewers of all ages and is destined to become a favourite drama with domestic and international audiences alike.moreless
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    Consider Your Verdict

    Consider Your Verdict

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    Seven Network (ended 1963)
    Australian dramatic series
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    Skyways

    Skyways

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    Seven Network (ended 1981)
    Australian soap opera