Grange Hill (1978–2008)
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Episode #6.12 

Racial motivated fighting reaches a critical point, and the unofficial school magazine comes off the press.

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Mark Baxter ...
Duane Orpington
Paula Ann Bland ...
Claire Scott
Joanne Boakes ...
Anita Unsworth
Freddie Brooks ...
Arthur Knowles
Mark Burdis ...
Christopher 'Stewpot' Stewart
Fraser Cains ...
Mr. McGuffy
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Mr. (Hoppy) Hopwood
Michael Cronin ...
Mr. 'Bullet' Baxter
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Mr. Raynsford (as Andrew de la Tour)
Leigh Gotch ...
Jonathon Davies
Julian Griffiths ...
Denny Rees
Gillian Hanna ...
Mrs. Gossage
Robert Hartley ...
Mr. Keating
Gladys Joannides ...
Debbie Weston
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Prakesh (as Alex Claus)
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Suzanne and Claire are close to producing the magazine, but can't find a way of printing it. Suzanne becomes a helpful student trying to get a chance to do her photocopying. She uses typing practice to type out some of the magazine articles. In the boys' toilets, Gripper gives some first formers a soaking, but he is outnumbered by a surprise response and the fight that follows is intense. Mr. Baxter and Mr. Hopwood break up the fight, and a furious Mr. Keating reads the riot act. All the boys involved are given a two week suspension. This latest news is added as "stop press" as Suzanne and Claire print out their first issue. Claire and Stewpot are caught necking in a cupboard, and it's the last straw for Mrs. McClusky who's just read the magazine... Written by Geffers

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11 February 1983 (UK)  »

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