The long running television series of the Grange Hill Comprehensive School, and the children's everyday lives.
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Series cast summary:
Stuart Organ ...
Gwyneth Powell ...
 Mrs. McClusky 169 episodes, 1980-1991
Lee Cornes ...
Sally Geoghegan ...
 Miss Carver / ... 140 episodes, 1995-2002
Sammy O'Grady ...
 Kathy McIlroy 125 episodes, 2001-2008
Simone Hyams ...
 Calley Donnington 122 episodes, 1985-1991
Karen Ford ...
 Miss Booth / ... 119 episodes, 1985-1991
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 Ray Haynes / ... 117 episodes, 1987-2002
Aidan David ...
 James 'Arnie' Arnold / ... 117 episodes, 1994-2001
Rachel Victoria Roberts ...
 Justine Dean 116 episodes, 1987-1994
John Drummond ...
 Trevor Cleaver / ... 115 episodes, 1983-1991
John Alford ...
Tina Mahon ...
 Ronnie Birtles 107 episodes, 1985-1991
Matthew Buckley ...
 Martin Miller 106 episodes, 2001-2007
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The long running television series of the Grange Hill Comprehensive School, and the children's everyday lives.

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Inspired by a storyline in which pupil Zammo McGuire became addicted to heroin, April 1986 saw the cast release a single, "Just Say No". Reaching Number 5 in the UK charts, the song helped raise over £100,000 for anti-drugs campaigners. See more »

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Acting credits were always listed in a given order - teachers and school staff first, then other adult roles, followed by main cast pupils, followed by additional child roles. See more »

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Spoofed in Your Mother Wouldn't Like It: Episode #2.7 (1986) See more »

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The best show for kids ever!
13 February 2005 | by See all my reviews

Grange Hill never fails to entertain me. It has been running for many years but each year it just gets better! Well Done BBC!! Another great show from the BBC is Byker Grove which is set in Newcastle. Its truly great and is better for 13+ than younger kids while shows such as UBOS is definitely not for teens. Grange Hill always brings in great new characters each school year but some also leave as they reach sixth form. I have seen many great characters go but the BBC make up for this b bringing in some more fantastic people. However i feel Mersey Televiion have let us down this year as they have brought in some really poor actors and its not good watching!


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