Grange Hill (1978–2008)
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Suzanne plans to start a pirate School Magazine, but she needs paper, and lots of it. Help comes from an unexpected place.



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Episode credited cast:
Mark Baxter ...
Duane Orpington
Claire Scott
Joanne Boakes ...
Anita Unsworth
Mark Burdis ...
Christopher 'Stewpot' Stewart
Fraser Cains ...
Mr. 'Scruffy' McGuffy
Mr. (Hoppy) Hopwood
Letitia Dean ...
Lucinda Oliver
Lisa East ...
Christine Everson
Lucinda Gane ...
Miss Mooney
Kumall Grewal ...
Randir's Friend
Julian Griffiths ...
Denny Rees
Robert Hartley ...
Mr. Keating
Janette Legge ...
Miss Jeffries
Dulice Liecier ...
Precious Matthews
Peter Moran ...
Pogo Patterson


Randir is trying to get boys' hockey started. Pogo finds a new, but short-lived, retail opportunity, hiring out audio cassettes to use in the language lab. Suzanne seems to have a crush on Scruffy McGuffy. Since the School Magazine is currently banned, Suzanne plans to make her own bulletin. Pogo has detected that there is a market for school exercise books. He finds that there is another entry into the stationery room via the adjacent toilets. Suzanne mentions her magazine idea to Mr. McGuffy, but gets a decidedly cold reception for the idea. Stewpot is taking Claire to the disco, but Gripper mentions that he is going too. Suzanne brazenly tries to get paper from the photocopier for her pirate magazine, but fails to get past Miss Mooney. Gripper is becoming an increasing irritant to Randir, who has acquired some helpers with hockey sticks. Meanwhile, Pogo and Duane find their secret entrance to the Stationery Store is through the girls toilets! On exit they encounter Suzanne and ... Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family





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8 February 1983 (UK)  »

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