Grange Hill (1978–2008)
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Episode #13.7 

Aichaa discovers that a photo of herself will be published in a magazine. A new playground craze is brought to an early end by Mr. Robson's sports net.




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Episode credited cast:
John Alford ...
Robbie Wright
Sarah Butler ...
Ian Congdon ...
Ted Fisk
Mr. Griffiths
David Crane ...
Barry Timpson
Alice Dawnay ...
Alice Rowe
Nicholas Donnelly ...
Mr. MacKenzie
John Drummond ...
Trevor Cleaver
Joshua Fenton ...
Mauler McCaul
Simone Hyams ...
Calley Donnington
Jamie Lehane ...
Jacko Morgan
Samantha Lewis ...
Georgina Hayes
'Tegs' Ratcliffe
Tina Mahon ...
Ronnie Birtles
Otis Munyangiri ...
Locko Lockery


A craze of "satellite" catches on among the First Formers, joining hands, and swinging round in a large arc, causing terror for anyone caught in the path. Justine goes to see Rod to try to find a spare room that can be used for T-shirt printing. Mr. Robson teaches the First Form about trust - catching a partner falling backwards. He also trusts them to tidy up the gear afterwards - but when he returns, he finds the climbing net missing. Short of funds after losing money to Rod, Mauler and Ted start stealing from the younger members of school, and contemplate finding would-be antiques to sell at the local shop. Tegs rescues Justine from Mauler, and she's grateful but suspicious that he might be spying on her. Georgina and Ronnie's talk with Calley about her new boyfriend becomes a little too personal for Calley's liking. Aichaa shows an interest in Robbie, but she is still nervous about the old relationship between him and Calley. Rod finds Justine a room in the basement, but they are ... Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family





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23 January 1990 (UK)  »

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