Grange Hill (1978–2008)
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Episode #12.3 

Vince's psychic powers continue to amaze Trevor Cleaver. Subterfuge is used to get Calley to do Mauler's French homework and the police raid Tegs's house.





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Episode credited cast:
John Alford ...
Robbie Wright
Adrienne Burgess ...
Mrs. Coney
Ruth Carraway ...
Helen Kelly
George Christopher ...
Ziggy Greaves
Ian Congdon ...
Mr. Griffiths
Anthony Davis ...
Jimmy Kennedy
John Drummond ...
Trevor Cleaver
Joshua Fenton ...
Mauler McCaul
Karen Ford ...
Miss Booth
Fiona Wilson
Melanie Hiscock ...
Mandy Freemont
John Holmes ...
Gonch Gardener
Simone Hyams ...
Calley Donnington
Jonathan Lambeth ...
Danny Kendall


Miss Booth worries that Mr. Bronson may be hounding Danny Kendall, just like he did to Ant Jones. Calley comes up with the "A" Party/"B" Party idea to distract would-be gatecrashers. Justine and Tegs go home at lunchtime, taking his brother, who is hiding from the police, some fish and chips. Outside, they are being monitored by surveillance units. Trev gets Vince to pick a winner for the afternoon horse-racing - convinced that he has psychic abilities. He commandeers the television room, but the racing is interrupted by the appearance of Mr. Robson. Back at Tegs's house, the police burst in and catch Mark Ratcliffe red-handed. An encounter with the structural engineer who's come to investigate the ceiling collapse gives Helen a sudden interest in Engineering, but she finds her subjects are inappropriate for that career choice. Calley's not happy when she finds she's done Mauler's French homework - she thought she was doing Robbie's. Gonch is looking for someone to do the actual work ... Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family





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10 January 1989 (UK)  »

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