Grange Hill (1978–2008)

Episode #25.10 

Wheelchair-bound Ray visits Lisa, Mr. Deverill picks on Ian, Leah owns up to the website incident, Ozzy ruins Danny and Vikki's celebration and Maddie falls into bad company.


Brett Fallis


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Episode credited cast:
Rachel Bell ... Mrs. Holmes
Max Brown ... Danny Hartson
Matthew Buckley Matthew Buckley ... Martin Miller
Nicholas Caunter Nicholas Caunter ... Michael Barton
Kacey Clarke ... Maddie Gilks (as Kacey Barnfield)
Lee Cornes Lee Cornes ... Mr. Hankin
Oliver Elmidoro Oliver Elmidoro ... Tom Smith
Amanda Fahy Amanda Fahy ... Shannon Parks
Jenny Galloway ... Mrs. Davenport
Sally Geoghegan Sally Geoghegan ... Miss Carver
Kelly George ... Ray Haynes
Victoria Goddard Victoria Goddard ... Tina
Dimitri Leonidas ... Josh Irvine (as Shane Leonidas)
Jonathon Marchant-Heatley Jonathon Marchant-Heatley ... Sam 'Cracker' Bacon
Charlotte McDonagh Charlotte McDonagh ... Lisa West


Amy's mother has returned home, but Amy still frets about the medications and further tests that are needed. Clare is congratulated by her father as she leaves her posh home - she's won a place at law school. Preparing for school, Maddie tops up her bottle of orange juice with neat vodka. Matt and Tom alert the reclusive Lisa to come to the window while they use humourous placards to urge her out of her house. They are almost successful, but a look from a passerby is enough to make her run back inside. Life at home for Mr. Robson is laid back, listening to Schubert, and reading the papers, and taking up gardening as a hobby. Mr. Deverill makes a terse announcement about the web site, appointing Amy and Leah, and sacking Anika. Leah speaks up - claiming to have made the notice about Mrs. Holmes being a bully for which Anika was blamed. Anika and Amy support Leah, and refuse to be budged, making an impromptu protest with gags over their mouths. A few cruel words by Mr. Deverill about ... Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family







Release Date:

1 March 2002 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

England, UK

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Mersey Television See more »
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Incidental music includes "My Love" by Westlife; "Church Of The Poison Mind" by Culture Club; "The Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy" (From "The Nutracker" Suite) by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky; "Corruption" by Iggy Pop. See more »

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