Anna is forced to join the choir, and surprises everyone with her talent. A school trip to East Germany is planned. Babysitting lessons are given by the school secretary.




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Episode credited cast:
Paul Bigley ...
Dave Greenman
Sam Spalding
Luisa Bradshaw-White ...
Maria Watts
Lois Butlin ...
Mrs. Stone
Lucie Carey ...
Alan Cave ...
Dennis Morris
Belinda Crane ...
Lucy Mitchell
Aidan David ...
Arnie Arnold
Dena Davis ...
Martha Jordan
Nina Fry ...
Robyn Stone
Rochelle Gadd ...
Dill Lodge
Jamie Groves ...
Josh Davis
Steven Hammett ...
Dudley Wesker


Robyn faces the wrath of her mother's anger after the fiasco of the babysitting. Dill, Sam and Colin get started early at school - determined to play the first round of the computer tennis uninterrupted. They get Dave the caretaker interested, and borrow his wheeled table. In the playground, an engineer is working on the drains - he gives the caretaker some books he found in the back of the truck (put there by Anna). Mr. Manyeke has good news - their choir is going to East Germany. There is a catch though, there's a limit on how many can go. Mr Parrott, though, seems upset by the prospect of a foreign trip. Mrs. Monroe confronts Arnie about his books that were handed in - Anna stands up and says she saw some Second Years put the books on the builder's truck - Mrs. Monroe treats her report with skepticism - it seems unlikely that she would stand up for Arnie. Mrs. Monroe takes Anna to the choir practice, to see if her willingness to join in might extend to other projects. There's ... Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family





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25 February 1994 (UK)  »

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