Grange Hill (1978–2008)
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Mrs. Reagan asks her daughter and Julia to investigate Louise Webb. Zammo's becoming increasingly desperate for money, and Ziggy's aerial bombardment misses its target.

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Episode credited cast:
John Alford ...
Robbie Wright
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Cheryl Webb
Alison Bettles ...
Fay Lucas
Ruth Carraway ...
Helen Kelly
George Christopher ...
Ziggy Greaves (as George Wilson)
Mmoloki Chrystie ...
Kevin Baylon
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Mr. Griffiths
Michael Cronin ...
Mr. Baxter
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Mrs. Reagan
John Drummond ...
Trevor Cleaver
Karen Ford ...
Miss Booth
John Holmes ...
Gonch Gardener
Simone Hyams ...
Calley Donnington
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Mr. Kennedy
Jonathan Lambeth ...
Danny Kendall
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Danny's willingness to participate is sadly lacking, and he walks off in a drama lesson. Ziggy is mixing up a brew - planning some sticky retribution for Imelda Davis. People are behaving mysteriously - Zammo, Louise and Cheryl Webb, and even Miss. Partridge. Zammo has been borrowing money from everyone, and is in too much of a hurry to speak to Jackie. Ziggy's aerial bombardment of Imelda unfortunately lands on Mr. Griffiths, who tears off in angry pursuit. At a local café, Mrs. Reagan asks her daughter and Julia to investigate Louise Webb's family. Ant has a heart to heart with Georgina, who can't leave Imelda's Terrorhawks gang without severe reprisals. Zammo is trying to raise money - his rather dubious friend Doug is around his house looking at his mother's belongings... Written by Geffers

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4 February 1986 (UK)  »

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