Grange Hill (1978–2008)
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Episode #15.6 

Mrs. Monroe unwittingly gives plausible excuses for trainers to be worn, Justine tapes a revealing interview with Mr. Hargreaves and Alice and Becky find a secret garden.

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Richard
Marita Black ...
Ms. Janowitz
Luisa Bradshaw-White ...
Maria
Clare Buckfield ...
Natasha Stevens
Julie Buckfield ...
Natalie Stevens
Sean Carnegie ...
Lee
Ian Congdon ...
Ted Fisk
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Mr. Griffiths
David Crane ...
Barry Timpson
Danny Cunningham ...
Liam
Alice Dawnay ...
Alice Rowe
Mark De Couteau ...
Stuart
Nicholas Donnelly ...
Mr. McKenzie
Nina Fry ...
Robyn
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Raymond
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Mr. Hargreaves has a plan to sell a piece of land that belongs to the school - thinking it unused. Justine gives the acting Head an interview for the school newspaper - except that he won't actually let her ask the questions. When she does finally ask a pertinent question about the trainers ban, he can't give a plausible response - and lifts the ban for older students. After she's gone she calls in Ms Janowitz and asks her a favour... Meanwhile, there's a general rebellion with all manner of footwear being worn in protest. Shoes and feet seem to be turning up everywhere - Mrs. Monroe is conned into believing that the biology lesson that she's standing in for is working on feet. In the lesson, Mrs. Monroe is asked for a list of the things that go wrong with feet. The resulting set of complaints come in handy for excuses as to why trainers have to be worn - with mixed degrees of success. Maria and Richard show Ray their glossy, but homemade, pamphlet describing the fancy American ... Written by Geffers

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24 January 1992 (UK)  »

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