|Created by||Tony Marchant|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||10|
|Original release||10 April –|
19 June 1993
The series was set in the fictional seaside town of Westbeach (filmed on location in Eastbourne) and dealt with two rival families, the Cromers and the Prestons, who controlled the local businesses. The Preston family owned an upmarket seafront hotel, while the Cromers ran an amusement arcade and a fish-and-chip shop. One series of ten episodes was produced.
The Times described the "dismal performance" of the BBC three new flagships dramas which included Westbeach, the programme only achieved 6.27 million viewers and was ranked 69th.
|1||Just Another Saturday||Tony Marchant||10 April 1993|
|2||Rain or Shines||Lou Wakefield||17 Apr 1993|
|3||Come on Bay, Light my Fire||Gerard Macdonald||24 April 1993|
|4||Presence of Malice||Kieran Prendiville||1 May 1993|
|5||Young and Shingle||Steve Coombes and Dave Robinson||8 May 1993|
|6||A Nice Little Erma||Steve Coombes and Dave Robinson||22 May 1993|
|7||Trouble and Strife||Tony Marchant||29 May 1993|
|8||Last Chance Saloon||Gerard Macdonald||5 Jun 1993|
|9||Pier Pressure||Tony Marchant||12 June 1993|
|10||Kieran Prendiville||19 June 1993|
- BBC Genome
- Alexandra Frean (19 May 1993). "Drama on the Box". News. The Times (64648). London.
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