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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.
Mr Hankin has some embarassing moments and Jodie has some unexpected guests.
Kevin GEORGE STARK. Rachel FRANCESCA MARTINEZ. Dill ROCHELLE GADD. Arnie AIDAN DAVID , Jodie NATALIE TAPPER , Lauren MELANIE JOSEPH ,
Miss Carver SALLY GEOGHEGAN , Becky NATALIE POYSER , Jacko JAMIE LEHANE , Julie MARGO SELBY , Colin COLIN RIDGEWELL, Sam KEVIN BISHOP. Mr Robson STUART ORGAN, Mr Hankin LEE CORNES . Dave PAUL BIGLEY
This week's episodes written by Chris Ellis

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Hankin
Unknown: Kevin George
Unknown: Rachel Francesca Martinez.
Unknown: Arnie Aidan David
Unknown: Jodie Natalie Tapper
Unknown: Lauren Melanie Joseph
Unknown: Miss Carver Sally Geoghegan
Unknown: Becky Natalie Poyser
Unknown: Jacko Jamie Lehane
Unknown: Julie Margo Selby
Unknown: Colin Colin
Unknown: Sam Kevin
Unknown: Mr Robson Stuart
Unknown: Lee Cornes
Unknown: Paul Bigley
Written By: Chris Ellis






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