Grange Hill represents Tanzania at the UN association's conference, but Glenroy's diplomatic skills are lacking finesse.

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David Bellamy ...
Celebrity Chairman
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Trudy
Paula Ann Bland ...
Clare Scott (as Paula-Ann Bland)
Mark Burdis ...
Christopher 'Stewpot' Stewart
Fraser Cains ...
Mr. 'Scruffy' McGuffy
Jeff Capel ...
Hugh
Kate Charman ...
Amy
Dionne Edwards ...
Mary
Matthew Gliksten ...
Josh
Marc Green ...
Simon
Jenny Hartnoll ...
Anne
Caroline Hutchison ...
Sue Shallcross
Robert Kenley ...
John Eastlake
Debbie Killingback ...
Stephanie
Anthony Marcus ...
Barry
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It's the weekend of the UN association's conference, and Grange Hill represent Tanzania. Claire is a little overawed by the other posh kids. It doesn't take long for Stewpot and Duane to find female company. Pogo and Stewpot both show an interest in Trudy who seems to have no preference either way. Glenroy gets involved with other black kids, and Suzanne finds herself left out. David Bellamy gives a speech on the World Food Problem, and then the other countries have their say. Afterwards, Glenroy tells Claire she should 'tell it like it is' rather than dressing up her speech with fancy words. Suzanne and Claire go off for lunch with the 'Russian' delegates. Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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27 January 1984 (UK)  »

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