Thursday, 9.35pm, SBS Two Welcome to the sixth season, and the third primary cast, of Skins, a British teen drama about wayward boys and girls by the father and son writing team of Bryan Elsley and Jamie Brittain. The reason for the rapid turnaround in cast members is not because the lads get sick of their stars but, as Bill Henson does in his photographs, they want to capture the essence of teenage years, the very moment when individuals are exotic creatures suspended between childhood and adulthood. Things begin with a wild, drugfuelled group holiday in Morocco that gradually turns sour and ends in near tragedy. It’s like a contemporary update of Cliff Richard’s Summer Holiday. The program is aimed squarely at people sometimes unkindly referred to as spotty youths, who will understand its cast of similar types with fetid breath, unsavoury personal hygiene and histrionic sexual and emotional lives. Such viewers will likely have no idea who Cliff Richard is. For that they should be grateful. The music in Skins is fabulous.