Grange Hill (1978–2008)
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Episode #18.10 

Anna seeks revenge for her brother being shopped. Julie joins the "tribe" of protesters and Jessica goes go-karting with Joe.




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Episode credited cast:
Sam Spalding
Amelda Brown ...
Wendy Wright
Alan Cave ...
Dennis Morris
Lee Cornes ...
Mr. Hankin
Belinda Crane ...
Lucy Mitchell
Aidan David ...
Arnie Arnold
Nina Fry ...
Robyn Stone
Rochelle Gadd ...
Dill Lodge
Sally Geoghegan ...
Miss Carver
Nigel Greenhalgh ...
Spanish TV Interviewer
Jamie Groves ...
Josh Davis
Candida Gubbins ...
Darren Kempson ...
Rachel Laurence ...
Ms Hunt
Martino Lazzeri ...
Joe Williams


After finding Anna on the sports ground, Mr. Robson drives her to her mother's flat. On Monday, Anna and her mother have a meeting with Mr. Robson and a social worker. Anna is presented with her options - find another school, or behave according to an agreed contract. She doesn't say a word - but does sign on the dotted line. Once she's back, Anna wastes no time in using force to find out how much Dill was involved in her brother being shopped. Dill says nothing, but Anna suspects Arnie. She listens to Jessica talk about Arnie, and learns that he's gone fishing with Sam. The local paper has a piece on Julie's protest, and the rugby match. It also mentions that Julie has gone to live with the Taino tribe. Mr. Robson asks Robyn if it's true, but she doesn't give any help. Meanwhile Julie steps towards her destination - a run-down house. Jessica is rather cool towards Joe after his recent dalliance with Paula, but she does agree to go go-karting at the place where he works. Julie finds ... Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family





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3 February 1995 (UK)  »

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