Grange Hill

Grange Hill

Grange Hill airs on the BBC in the United Kingdom and is a children's television drama series The series was created by Phil Redmond. The show first started showing in 1978.

The series was originally set in a school in North London but the location was switched to Liverpool in 2003. Many of the stars of the series have gone on to appear in Eastenders.

Most recent series have been shown on CBBC prior to being shown on BBC One and the airdates reflect the CBBC broadcasts.

Episode Info

Final: 31x20 -- Series 31, Episode 20 (Sep/15/2008) [Special Airtime: 04:35 pm]

Everybody gets ready for the school prom at the end of term. Tigger and Ed attempt find dates for the prom. Alex attempts to tell Sam how he really feels. A bomb which is still lethal is discovered in the sewers beneath the school.
Chris Perry-MetcalfeChris Perry-Metcalfe
As Patrick 'Togger' Johnson (2002-2008)
Kirsten CassidyKirsten Cassidy
As Tanya Young (2003-2008)
Lucas LindoLucas Lindo
As Abel Benson (2003-2008)
Cathy TysonCathy Tyson
As Miss Gayle (2008)
Sammy OSammy O'Grady
As Kathy Mcllroy (2001-2008)
Paul GilmorePaul Gilmore
As Mr McDonnell (2005-2008)
Kim HartmanKim Hartman
As Ms Rawlinson (2006-2008)
Kate DeakinKate Deakin
As Miss Bettany (2008)
Jack McMullenJack McMullen
As Tigger Johnson (2005-2008)
Alex SheldonAlex Sheldon
As Ed Booth (2005-2008)

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Recurring Guests

David Quilter as Mr. Arnold (24 eps)
Wayne Norman as Rod (15 eps)
Jenny Twigge as Mrs. McGuire (13 eps)
Daryl Webster as Mrs. Arnold (12 eps)
Julia Goodman as Mrs. Pearson (12 eps)
Stephen Earle as Mr. Paul Longworth (12 eps)
Vincent Brimble as Mr. Glover (11 eps)
Eliza Hunt as Mrs. Mainwaring (11 eps)
Julie Foulds as Mrs. Esther Longworth (11 eps)
Hakeem Kae-Kazim as Mr. Manyeko (11 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Children | Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Cbbc ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays at 05:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: February 08, 1978
Ended: September 15, 2008
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