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{{Infobox television
 
| image = [[Image:Seriousocean.png|124px]]
 
| caption = ''Serious Ocean'' logo
 
| show_name = Serious
 
| format = [[Children's television series]]<br />[[Reality TV]]<br />[[Adventure]]<br />Created and Produced by [[Marshall Corwin]]
 
| starring = [[Bruce Parry]]<br />Emma Jay<br />[[Ben Major]]<br />Polly Murray
 
| narrated = [[Kate Sanderson]] (2002)<br />[[Fearne Cotton]] (2003–2007)<br />[[Sophie Okonedo]] (2008–2011) <br/> [[Steve Backshall]] (2011)
 
| country = United Kingdom
 
| network = [[BBC]]
 
| first_aired = 2002
 
| last_aired = present
 
}}
 
The '''''Serious''''' TV series is an observational [[Documentary film|documentary]] series made by the [[BBC]] and broadcast as part of their children's programming. It encompasses ''Serious [[Jungle]]'' (2002), ''Serious [[Desert]]'' (2003), ''Serious [[Arctic]]'' (2005), ''Serious [[Amazon Rainforest|Amazon]]'' (2006), ''Serious [[Andes]]'' (2007), ''Serious [[Ocean]]'' (2008/09) and ''Serious [[Explorers]]'' (2011). ''Serious Ocean'' consisted of ten 30-minute episodes, while each previous series was six 30-minute episodes. In each series a group of eight 12- to 15-year-olds embark on an expedition to an extreme part of the world, in order to help wildlife or assist in environmental projects. The programmes have won numerous awards, among them honours from [[BAFTA]] and the [[Royal Television Society]].
 
 
So far only ''Serious Amazon'', ''Serious Ocean'' and ''Serious Andes'' have been aired in Australia, on [[ABC1]] and [[ABC3]].
 
The series has also been shown on [[Discovery Kids]], where five complete seasons have been shown.<!---for the record, Serious Jungle, Desert, Arctic, Amazon & Andes were the five seasons that have been aired on the [[Discovery Kids]] channel--> Slovenian television [[Kanal A]] has bought the rights to air ''Serious Amazon''. The show airs Saturdays at 2:10 pm, under the title ''Vse o Amazonki'' (''All About the Amazon'').<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www2.24ur.com/spored/2/vseoamazonki.php|title=Vse o Amazonki|publisher=24ur.com}}.</ref>
 
 
The Italian television network [[RAI]] in early 2009 aired ''Serious Jungle'', ''Serious Desert'', ''Serious Arctic'', ''Serious Amazon'', and ''Serious Andes''.
 
 
==''Serious Jungle'' (2002)==
 
''Serious Jungle'' aired in 2002. Chosen from 1,000 applicants, eight adventurers faced a mission to build a feeding platform in the heart of the [[Borneo]] jungle, to help return orangutans to the wild (many of them rescued after being illegally kept as pets). They were in the rainforest for three weeks. The ''Serious Jungle'' eight were accompanied by expedition leaders [[Bruce Parry]] and Emma Jay.
 
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
|-
 
|+''Serious Jungle'' Adventurers<!---http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0462134/--->
 
|-
 
! Adventurer
 
! Age
 
! Location
 
|-
 
|Daniel Harrison<ref name="imdb.com">http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0462134/</ref>
 
|12
 
|[[St Helens, Merseyside|St. Helens]], [[Merseyside]], England<ref name="Ref-1">http://kids.discovery.com/fansites/serious/jungle/jungle.html</ref>
 
|-
 
|Imogen Forbes<ref name="imdb.com"/>
 
|13
 
|[[London]], England
 
|-
 
|Hannah Davis<ref name="imdb.com"/>
 
|15
 
|[[Sidcup]], [[Kent]], England<ref name="Ref-1"/>
 
|-
 
|J.C. Lee<ref name="imdb.com"/>
 
|14
 
|[[Nantwich]], [[Cheshire]], England<ref name="Ref-1"/>
 
|-
 
|Laura Baker<ref name="imdb.com"/>
 
|14
 
|[[Berkhamstead]], [[Hertfordshire]], England<ref name="Ref-1"/>
 
|-
 
|Luke Gibson<ref name="imdb.com"/>
 
|14
 
|[[Basildon]], [[Essex]], England<ref name="Ref-1"/>
 
|-
 
|Susan Wokoma<ref name="imdb.com"/>
 
|14
 
|[[London]], England
 
|-
 
|Larry Downing<ref name="imdb.com"/>
 
|15
 
|[[Robertsbridge]], [[East Sussex]], England<ref name="Ref-1"/>
 
|}
 
 
Larry gave an interview in 2007, giving advice to those about to apply for ''Serious Ocean'', as well as some advice for successful applicants.<ref name="lpinterview">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/newtalent/under_16/seriousocean/advice.shtml|accessdate=2008-08-27|title=Former 'Serious' winners give us the low-down|publisher=BBC}}</ref>
 
 
==''Serious Desert'' (2003)==
 
''Serious Desert'' aired in 2003. After 6,500 applications,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/desert/auditions.shtml|title=Serious Desert - Auditions|publisher=CBBC|accessdate=2008-08-27}}</ref> eight adventurers were chosen to travel to [[Namibia]] and try and save the endangered [[black rhinoceros]]. They sleep under tarpaulin in the dunes and see black rhinos, but also [[wildebeest]], [[zebra]], [[Springbok (antelope)|springbok]], [[giraffes]], [[jackals]], [[snakes]], [[scorpions]] and [[elephants]]. They build a new camel enclosure and finally make an epic fifty mile trek across the Namibian sand dunes to the [[Skeleton Coast]]. Returning from the previous series, Bruce Parry and Emma Jay were the expedition leaders who led the team.<ref name="desertleaders">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/desert/leaders.shtml|title=Serious Desert - Leaders|publisher=CBBC|accessdate=2008-08-27}}</ref>
 
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
|+''Serious Desert'' Adventurers<ref name="desertchallengers">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/desert/finalists/index.shtml|title=Serious Desert - Finalists|publisher=CBBC|accessdate=2008-08-27}}</ref>
 
|-
 
! Adventurer
 
! Age
 
! Location
 
|-
 
|Ellie
 
|13*
 
|[[London]], England
 
|-
 
|Holly
 
|13
 
|[[Bristol]], England
 
|-
 
|Martin
 
|14
 
|[[London]], England
 
|-
 
|Chris
 
|14
 
|[[Devon]], England
 
|-
 
|Perry
 
|14
 
|[[Sunderland, Tyne and Wear|Sunderland]], England
 
|-
 
|Promise
 
|13
 
|[[London]], England
 
|-
 
|Aimee
 
|15
 
|[[Belfast]], [[Northern Ireland]]
 
|-
 
|David
 
|15
 
|[[Edinburgh]], Scotland
 
|}
 
 
<nowiki>* </nowiki>Ellie celebrated her 14th birthday during the expedition.
 
 
Along with Larry from the previous series, Promise was interviewed in 2007, giving her opinion on what it was like to have the cameras following her around on the expedition.<ref name="lpinterview" />
 
 
==''Serious Arctic'' (2005)==
 
[[Image:Fabian Billboard 10.jpg|thumb|''Serious Arctic'' was aired at the beginning of a [[CBBC]] revamp and Fabian from ''Serious Arctic'' was used in a national billboard project. Fabian is seen in this ad in Arctic conditions, huddling a fridge for warmth.]]
 
 
''Serious Arctic'' aired in 2005. Chosen from 9,000 applicants, eight adventurers flew to [[Baffin Island]], Canada, where they made an attempt to track [[polar bears]] across the pack ice, riding on husky sleds. [[Blizzards]] made the trip a hazard, and they spent most of one week in their tents. ''Serious Arctic'' was also the most successful ''Serious'' series picking up five awards. The expedition leaders for this trip were [[Ben Major]]<ref name="benpolly" /> and Emma Jay.
 
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
|+''Serious Arctic'' Adventurers<ref name="arcticchallengers">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/arctic/team/index.shtml|title=Serious Arctic - Finalists|accessdate=2008-08-27|publisher=CBBC}}</ref>
 
|-
 
! Adventurer
 
! Age
 
! Location
 
|-
 
|Adam
 
|12*
 
|[[Liverpool]], England
 
|-
 
|Fabian Rivers<ref name="ReferenceA">http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0455279/</ref>
 
|12*
 
|[[Birmingham]], England
 
|-
 
|Courtenay Hamilton<ref name="ReferenceA"/>
 
|14
 
|[[Vale of Glamorgan]], Wales
 
|-
 
|Alex
 
|14
 
|[[Sheffield]], England
 
|-
 
|Emily
 
|14
 
|[[Altrincham]], [[Greater Manchester]], England
 
|-
 
|Jennielyn Musk<ref name="ReferenceA"/>
 
|15
 
|[[Essex]], England
 
|-
 
|Lewis
 
|15
 
|[[London]], England
 
|-
 
|Matt Johnson<ref name="ReferenceA"/>
 
|15
 
|[[Ringwood]], [[Bournemouth]], England<ref>http://kids.discovery.com/fansites/serious/arctic/bios/bios.html</ref>
 
|}
 
 
<nowiki>* </nowiki>Adam and Fabian both celebrated their 13th birthdays during the expedition.<ref name="profileadam">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/arctic/team/adam.shtml|title=CBBC Wild - Serious Arctic (Adam)|publisher=CBBC|accessdate=2008-08-27|quote=Age: 12 (it's his 13th birthday during the trip)}}</ref><ref name="profilefabian">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/arctic/team/fabian.shtml|title=CBBC Wild - Serious Arctic (Fabian)|publisher=CBBC|accessdate=2008-08-27|quote=Age: 12 (he'll turn 13 on the trip)}}</ref>
 
 
==''Serious Amazon'' (2006)==
 
''Serious Amazon'' aired in 2006, and had a then-record of 29,000 12- to 15-year-olds [[audition]]ing for a part. The chosen team of eight left for Peru on 9 July 2005,<ref name="amazonchallengers" /> with a mission to help rare [[Uakari]] monkeys and [[Amazon River Dolphin|Pink River Dolphins]] caught in illegal fishing nets in the Amazon River. The team of eight removed the illegal fishing nets to leave the dolphins safe, and also built [[habitat]]s for the [[Bald Uakari]]. The ''Serious Amazon'' eight were accompanied by expedition leaders [[Ben Major]] and Polly Murray.<ref name="benpolly" />
 
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
|+''Serious Amazon'' Adventurers<ref name="amazonchallengers">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/newtalent/under_16/success_amazon.shtml|title=Serious Amazon Young Adventurers|accessdate=2008-08-27|publisher=CBBC}}</ref>
 
|-
 
! Adventurer
 
! Age
 
! Location
 
|-
 
|Bethany
 
|15
 
|[[Essex]], England
 
|-
 
|[[Georgia Groome]]<ref>http://www.georgiagroome.com/about/</ref>
 
|13
 
|[[Derby]], England
 
|-
 
|Jamie
 
|15
 
|[[Gwent (county)|Gwent]], Wales
 
|-
 
|Matt
 
|14
 
|[[Liverpool]], England
 
|-
 
|Cally
 
|13
 
|[[Edinburgh]], Scotland
 
|-
 
|Simran
 
|14
 
|[[Berkshire]], England
 
|-
 
|Jonathan
 
|13
 
|[[London]], England
 
|-
 
|Sam
 
|14
 
|[[Edinburgh]], Scotland
 
|}
 
 
==''Serious Andes'' (2007)==
 
''Serious Andes'' aired in 2007, and followed eight adventurers who, after being chosen from a then-record 36,000 12-to-15-year-olds, travelled to Ecuador to build an [[enclosure]] for [[Spectacled Bear|spectacled bears]]. They also set out to climb the [[Cotopaxi]] volcano, the youngest team ever to have done so. Only four of the adventurers (Erin, Kylie, Will and Caitlin) were able to conquer the volcano, as the other four adventurers (Sarah, Liam, Matt and Joshua) were unable to do so, with some succumbing to early symptoms of [[Acute Mountain Sickness]]. The ''Serious Andes'' eight were again accompanied by leaders [[Ben Major]] and Polly Murray.<ref name="benpolly" /> There was also a special episode that featured behind the scenes moments in the making of ''Serious Andes'', called ''Serious Andes: Extra.
 
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
|+''Serious Andes'' Adventurers<ref name="andeschallengers">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/andes/team/index.shtml|title=Serious Andes - Meet the Team|accessdate=2008-08-27|publisher=CBBC}}</ref>
 
|-
 
! Adventurer
 
! Age
 
! Location
 
|-
 
|Joshua
 
|12
 
|[[Twickenham]], [[Middlesex]], England
 
|-
 
|Will
 
|15
 
|[[High Wycombe]], [[Buckinghamshire|Bucks]], England<ref name="Ref-2">http://kids.discovery.com/fansites/serious/andes/andes2.html</ref>
 
|-
 
|Matt
 
|14
 
|[[Addlestone]], [[Surrey]], England<ref name="Ref-2"/>
 
|-
 
|Liam
 
|14
 
|London, England<ref name="Ref-2"/>
 
|-
 
|Caitlin Brennan<ref name="highbeam.com">http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-14345845.html</ref>
 
|13
 
|[[Garnethill]], [[Glasgow]], Scotland<ref name="highbeam.com"/>
 
|-
 
|Erin Fulton<ref>http://www.bonessacademy.com/archives/06_07/erin.htm</ref>
 
|15
 
|[[Bo'ness]], Scotland
 
|-
 
|Kylie Mautenyane<ref>http://www.macmillan-academy.org.uk/news_item.php?id=19</ref>
 
|15
 
|[[Middlesbrough]], England
 
|-
 
|Sarah
 
|15
 
|[[London]], England
 
|}
 
 
==''Serious Ocean'' (2008–2009)==
 
''Serious Ocean'' was filmed in late 2007 featuring eight adventurers travelling to the isolated coast of Chile, living on a boat, assisting research into penguins, dolphins and albatrosses before moving on to assist in the survey of Glacier Chloe, the most southerly glacier outside Antarctica.<ref name="cbbcocean">{{cite news|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/newsid_7480000/newsid_7484300/7484357.stm|title=Kids tackle glacier for CBBC Show|accessdate=2008-09-03|publisher=CBBC | date=2008-07-02}}</ref> The highlight of the trip, however, was when they sailed around [[Cape Horn]], becoming one of the youngest teams ever to do so. The ''Serious Ocean'' eight were once again accompanied by expedition leaders [[Ben Major]] and Polly Murray.<ref name="benpolly">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/newtalent/under_16/seriousocean/teamleaders.shtml|title=Meet the Expedition Leaders|publisher=BBC|accessdate=2008-08-27}}</ref> The Series was first aired on July 2008.
 
 
A book of the series was released during December 2007, entitled ''Serious Survival: How to Poo in the Arctic and Other Essential Tips'', owing to the success of its broadcasting history.<ref name="howtopoo">{{cite web|url=http://royalsociety.org/book.asp?id=7582|title=Serious Survival: How to poo in the Arctic and other essential tips|publisher=The Royal Society|accessdate=2008-08-27 |archiveurl = http://web.archive.org/web/20080609180950/http://royalsociety.org/book.asp?id=7582 <!-- Bot retrieved archive --> |archivedate = 2008-06-09}}</ref> Written by the Series Producer [[Marshall Corwin]], ''Serious Survival'' was shortlisted for the prestigious Royal Society Junior Science Books Prize.
 
 
{|class="wikitable"
 
|+''Serious Ocean'' Adventurers<ref name="oceanchallengers">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/ocean/team/index.shtml|title=Serious Ocean - Meet the team|publisher=CBBC|accessdate=2008-08-27}}</ref>
 
|-
 
! Adventurer
 
! Age
 
! Location
 
|-
 
|Harry
 
|13
 
|[[Lancashire]], England
 
|-
 
|Katie Barclay<ref>http://www.kilmarnockstandard.co.uk/ayrshire-news/latest-news/2007/11/15/ocean-adventure-for-intrepid-teen-katie-81430-20111217/</ref>
 
|13
 
|[[Kilmarnock]], [[Ayrshire]], Scotland
 
|-
 
|Callum Kenny<ref>http://www.gsal.org.uk/gsal/assets/Uploads/newsletters/GSAL_Newsletter_News_2.pdf</ref> <!---Scroll down to the Page 9---> <ref>http://www.gsal.org.uk/gsal/assets/Uploads/newsletters/GSAL_News_issue_7.pdf</ref> <!---Scroll down to Callum's BBC Voyage Page 8--->
 
|14
 
|[[Colton]], [[Leeds]], England
 
|-
 
|Robyn
 
|13*
 
|[[Woodley, Berkshire|Woodley]], [[Berkshire]], England
 
|-
 
|Charlotte
 
|13
 
|[[Clwyd]], Wales
 
|-
 
|Conor
 
|15
 
|[[Liverpool]], England
 
|-
 
|Sybil
 
|14
 
|[[London]], England
 
|-
 
|David
 
|15
 
|[[London]], England
 
|}
 
 
<nowiki>* </nowiki>Robyn celebrated her 13th birthday at the beginning of the trip.
 
 
==''Serious Explorers: Livingstone'' (2009)==
 
Initially, the next ''Serious'' series was to be filmed in China, and would have followed the journey of 13th-century explorer, Marco Polo, including joining a camel train in the Taklamakan Desert, climbing mountains, and spending time with local tribes.<ref name="serious explorers" /> However, after travelling to the region, due to political unrest Serious Explorers was postponed and the team returned to the UK. The series was later rescheduled to film in [[Tanzania]] in Africa at the end of 2009, where the team would follow in the foot steps of explorer [[David Livingstone]].<ref name="serious explorers">http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/cbbcshows/beonashow/seriousexplorers/index.shtml</ref><ref name="anton" />
 
 
Applications were accepted through January 2009. Around 900 of the applicants, from over 14,000, had a phone interview before 120 were selected to go to London, Bristol or Manchester for a day of auditions. 16 were selected to go to Wales for a selection weekend until it was cut down to the final 8. Eventually eight contestants aged 12–15 (four boys and four girls) were selected to take part in the show. The expedition took place in late 2009, with the intention of broadcasting the series in early 2010.
 
 
However, during filming, expedition guide Anton Turner died when he was mauled by an elephant on 30 October 2009, and production was reported to have ceased.<ref name="anton">{{cite news| url=http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,570716,00.html | work=Fox News | title=BBC Nature Guide Killed by Stampeding Elephant | date=2009-10-31}}</ref> Despite this, the series began broadcasting as ''Serious Explorers: Livingstone'' in early 2011. During the expedition three of the most promising of the seven explorers were chosen to cross the Mbarika mountain range, while the remaining four stayed behind to build an enclosure to fend off lions in a village; in the final episode, having come close to their target, the death of Anton was reported, who had gone out in advance of the day's trek over Mbarika to ensure the walk would be safe. Expedition leader Ben immediately called a halt to the Mbarika trek, and the series ended.
 
 
==''Serious Explorers: Raleigh'' (2011)==
 
In late 2010, CBBC began to look for participants for a new Serious Explorers for production in early 2011 which followed the explorers sailing from Trinidad and Tobago to Guyana. The applications were cut down from around 12,000 to 300, who were given phone auditions in late October. The next stage was a Skype audition which took place in early November. The Skype audition was a new concept which is currently being trialled. 105 people were picked to go to an audition in Manchester or London on 23 November 2010 (Manchester) and 25 November 2010 (London). 16 children were picked for a final auditions weekend in December, where the final eight were chosen. The final eight started their journey on 31 January 2011.
 
<ref>http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/help/tvhelp/beonashow_seriousexplorers.shtml</ref>
 
 
The series began broadcasting in September 2011 and finished broadcasting in December 2011. There were 10 episodes and 1 special episode called "Serious Survival"
 
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
|-
 
! Adventurer !! Age
 
|-
 
| Megan - England|| 13*
 
|-
 
| Chanelle - England** || 14
 
|-
 
| Nikita - England || 12
 
|-
 
| Sammie - Scotland|| 13
 
|-
 
| Michael - England || 14
 
|-
 
| Josh - Northern Ireland|| 14
 
|-
 
| Regan - England || 13
 
|-
 
| Jake Bell - England || 12
 
|}
 
 
*Megan celebrated her 14th birthday during the expedition.
 
**Chanelle left the expedition after 1 week due to allergic reactions to insect bites.
 
 
==Awards==
 
The ''Serious'' show has had a remarkable record for winning awards, with each of the first seven series gaining honours and total awards into double figures. The show has won four BAFTA children's awards in the Factual category: for ''Serious Desert'' in the 2004 nominations,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bafta.org/awards/childrens/nominations/?year=2004|title=Children's Nominations 2004|publisher=BAFTA|accessdate=2008-08-27}}</ref> for ''Serious Arctic'' in the 2005 nominations,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bafta.org/awards/childrens/nominations/?year=2005|title=Children's Nominations 2005|publisher=BAFTA|accessdate=2008-08-27}}</ref> for ''Serious Andes'' in 2008 and for ''Serious Ocean'' in 2010. ''Serious Amazon'' was also nominated in 2006 for the same category. The [[Royal Television Society]] has also given the series three awards; Best Children's Programme in 2002 for ''Serious Jungle'',<ref name="rtsawards">''Awards archive as .doc file only.'' {{cite web|url=http://www.rts.org.uk/servedoc.asp?filename=Awards_Archive_January_2008.doc|title=RTS NATIONAL AWARDS|publisher=Royal Television Society|accessdate=2008-08-27}}</ref> 2005 for ''Serious Arctic'' and 2007 for ''Serious Andes''.<ref name="rtsawards" /> In addition, the ''Serious Arctic'' series won a 2006 Prix Jeunesse International (Children's Jury Prize),<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.imdb.com/Sections/Awards/Prix_Jeunesse_International_Germany/2006|accessdate=2008-08-27|title=Prix Jeunesse International, Germany: 2006|publisher=IMDb}}</ref> along with a Broadcast Award and a Bulldog Award.
 
''Serious Ocean'' won the Maritime Media Award 2008, beating off competition from adult series such as the BBC's ''Trawlermen'' and Channel 5's ''Warship''.{{Citation needed|date=November 2008}}
 
 
==References==
 
{{reflist}}
 
 
==External links==
 
* [http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/ CBBC - Wild]
 
* [http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/desert/ CBBC: ''Serious Desert'']
 
* [http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/arctic/ CBBC: ''Serious Arctic'']
 
* [http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/amazon/ CBBC: ''Serious Amazon'']
 
* [http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/andes/ CBBC: ''Serious Andes'']
 
* [http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/wild/ocean/ CBBC: ''Serious Ocean'']
 
* [http://www.bbc.co.uk/newtalent/under_16/seriousocean/ BBC New Talent: ''Serious Ocean'']
 
* [http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/cbbcshows/beonashow/seriousexplorers/ ''Serious Explorer'' Application Forum]
 
 
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[[Category:2002 British television programme debuts]]
 
[[Category:2009 British television programme endings]]
 
[[Category:BBC children's television programmes]]
 
[[Category:Discovery Kids shows]]
 
[[Category:Environmental television]]
 
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