Grange Hill (1978–2008)
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Episode #13.8 

Ronnie attempts to stop rat dissection at St. Mary's, Mauler sells Mr. Hargreaves's photo frame, and Neil Timpson's "video nasty" gets him into trouble.




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Episode credited cast:
John Alford ...
Robbie Wright
Tracey Ann-Morris ...
Julie Buckfield ...
Natalie Stevens
Sarah Butler ...
David Cann ...
Mr. Bentley
Ian Congdon ...
Ted Fisk
Mr. Griffiths
David Crane ...
Barry Timpson
Angela Crow ...
Mrs. Birtles
Alice Dawnay ...
Alice Rowe
Nicholas Donnelly ...
Mr. MacKenzie
John Drummond ...
Trevor Cleaver
Richard England ...
Andy Mitchell
Joshua Fenton ...
Mauler McCaul
Karen Ford ...
Miss Booth


Ronnie's concerns about Animal Welfare have become an obsession, with her room filled with posters. At the bus stop, Ronnie and Calley get chatting to St. Mary's girls and Ronnie is horrified to learn that at their school, they cut up rats in Biology. Neil Timpson gets laughed at for his poor throwing skills, but he has revenge planned using his video nasty - he puts the case on the table next to Mirs. Monroe, and the video itself in Jacko's bag. When Mrs. Monroe starts bag checking, a diversion allows Jacko time to realize what's happened, and tacitly the class move the video back to Timpson's own bag, where it is discovered. At St. Mary's, Ronnie finds the Biology lesson, and the girls she met earlier, and hands out anti-vivisection leaflets, ignoring the irate teacher, and telling the class that they can opt out of dissection. Unfortunately, none of the girls there want to compromise their grades by supporting her stand, and she leaves, frustrated by their inaction. In the high ... Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family





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26 January 1990 (UK)  »

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