Grange Hill (1978–2008)

Episode #26.2 

Leah and Shannon sign up to women's soccer, Maddie gets fed up with Baz's secretive home life, Abel "borrows" Jeremy's football boots, and Amy gets angry about the Art Department's lack of resources.


David Richardson


Neil Jones


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Episode credited cast:
Edward Baker-Duly ... Mr. Malachay
Matthew Buckley Matthew Buckley ... Martin Miller
Lauren Bunney Lauren Bunney ... Annie Wainwright
Kirsten Cassidy Kirsten Cassidy ... Tanya Young
Kacey Clarke ... Maddie Gilks (as Kacey Barnfield)
Chris Crookall Chris Crookall ... Andy Turner
Jonny Dixon ... Mathew 'Mooey' Humphries (as Jonathan Dixon)
Amanda Fahy Amanda Fahy ... Shannon Parks
Daniella Fray Daniella Fray ... Emma Bolton
Max Friswell Max Friswell ... Jeremy Bishop
Nikki Grosse Nikki Grosse ... Miss Dyson
Tom Hudson ... Baz Wainwright
Dimitri Leonidas ... Josh Irvine (as Shane Leonidas)
Lucas Lindo Lucas Lindo ... Abel Benson
Sammy O'Grady Sammy O'Grady ... Kathy McIlroy


The first proper day back and Josh tries to explain the joys of foreign holidays to puzzled Martin. Kathy tries to interest Maddie with her Belfast trip, but Maddie walks off without paying any attention, and tries to get Annie to explain why Baz isn't there. Jeremy is bodily lifted by Mooey Humphries and hung on the lockers, and has his phone stolen. Togger, Andy and Abel, are distracted from rescuing him by the sight of Abel's lost football in the hands of one of the Humphreys brothers, and it falls to Emma, passing by, to release him. Josh confides in Martin: he's setting his sights on Anika Modi, of Year 11. Tanya has no hope with getting away with her bright red lipstick - even though she claims it to be lip balm. "It's my mouth..." she starts to say. Togger continues the sentence for her... "she can't stop opening it 24/7!" Togger coins the nickname that he'll use against her for years to come "Tannoy". As they leave registration, Togger and Abel ponder over the problem of ... Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family







Release Date:

30 January 2003 (UK) See more »

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England, UK

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Mersey Television See more »
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Debut of James Wignall as Mooey Humphries' older brother Max. See more »

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