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Grange Hill

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
The school drama series. Amy finds a new friend in the park. while Crackertries to make some money out of the sixth formers. Ben
DANIEL LEE , Franco FRANCESCO BRUNO.
Zoe JADE WILLIAMS , Amy UNDSEY RAY. Spencer
COLIN WHITE , Colin COUN RIDGEWELL , Dill ROCHELLE
GADD, Becky EMMA PIERSON. Cracker JONATHON MARCHANT-HEATLEY , Matt ROBERT STUART. Tom
OLIVER ELMIDORO , LisaCHARLOTTEMCDONAGH
This week's episodes written by JeffPovey Next episode on Thursday at 5.10pm
Subtitled.....
Followed by Rewind 1916: the Battle of theSomme. Ryan Atkinson tells the story of a teenage soldierwho survived the First World War's bloodiest battle.

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Lee
Unknown: Francesco Bruno.
Unknown: Jade Williams
Unknown: Undsey Ray.
Unknown: Colin White
Unknown: Coun Ridgewell
Unknown: Emma Pierson.
Unknown: Jonathon Marchant-Heatley
Unknown: Robert Stuart.
Unknown: Oliver Elmidoro
Unknown: Ryan Atkinson






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