Grange Hill are let loose on St Albans, but can they be trusted to explore the city on their own?



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Episode credited cast:
Jean Ainslie ...
Tea Room Lady #1
David Belham ...
Boy In Cafe #1
Nadia Chambers ...
Annette Firman
Michael Graham Cox ...
Mr. Butterworth
Skate Border
Joanna Field ...
Tea Room Lady #2
Lucinda Gane ...
Miss Mooney
Anna Hayes ...
Simon Heywood ...
Mr. Smart (as Simon Haywood)
Harvey Hillyer ...
Terry Kinsella ...
Jimmy 'Flynny' Flynn
Billie Love ...
Woman in Street #1
Lee Macdonald ...
Zammo McGuire
Keith McBride ...
Boy In Cafe #2
Lizzie McKenzie ...
Woman in Street #2


On a special trip to St Albans, Annette quickly tires of Diane's superior local knowledge. Boys in a car grab Julie's crisps. Zammo sabotages a sandwich destined for Annette, but Roly takes it instead. In the afternoon, the boys have to get interviews with the locals for their project, but no-one is co-operative. Annette falls out with Diane under the clock tower, and Diane storms off on her own. Zammo buys a history about the city so they don't have to do any research of their own. Annette and Julie are approached by the 'crisp snatchers' they met earlier and get into the car. Roly feeds his face in a café, and finds some older locals chatting - he secretly records their conversation. Meanwhile, the girls are getting worried that the car they are in is not taking them to the Roman Theatre. The car pulls up off the beaten track, and the boys are clearly up to no good. Annette and Julie talk their way out of danger, and walk off through a country track, hopelessly lost. Jonah wins a ... Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family





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21 January 1983 (UK)  »

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