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cup of tea 4:10 Sat Sep 30
Grange Hill
One of the best kids TV shows of it's time?

I think so. Just recently started watching them all again on YouTube and the memories came flooding back.

For me the best era was around 1983-1990 which included favourites such as Zammo, Benny, Tucker, Gripper, Rooooolaaaand and so on not to mention the likes of McCluskey, Bullet Baxter and Scruffy McGuffy

I think the episode most remember is Zammo's drug storyline however my personal favourite was the Chessington trip (its on YT if you want to watch it)

If Iremember rightly the series switched from being a London comp and went to Liverpool which ruined the whole concept of the show.

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Ronald_antly 9:30 Sun Oct 1
Re: Grange Hill
I liked that Coffers.

In fact, it was F.A.B.

Coffee 7:12 Sun Oct 1
Re: Grange Hill
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfIAKj3Gl1E

Coffee 7:11 Sun Oct 1
Re: Grange Hill
Private, a couple of years ago, I binged on every episode of the original Thunderbirds.

Tragedy is go!

Private Dancer 6:27 Sun Oct 1
Re: Grange Hill
I loved it as much as the next kid did, but watch them again now?? You tragic cunt.

jfk 6:01 Sun Oct 1
Re: Grange Hill
normannomates 2:53 Sun Oct 1
Well summed up norm haha.
I used to work in Goswell Road in the mid 80's Alan (fat bloke) Humphrey,s was out of a council estate from there going up towards old street/Angel we used to rinse the piss out of him on our lunch breaks eventually got to know him turned out to be a right nice bloke and a funny fucker.
Remember seeing zammo at Arsenal away I think it was before the game with the smoke bomb.
Grange Hill in the early days was the bollocks.

wanstead_hammer 3:12 Sun Oct 1
Re: Grange Hill
Norm - hahaha
Always had big trotters as well. For the slipper.

normannomates 2:53 Sun Oct 1
Re: Grange Hill
Baxterley pretty much nailed what the average sports teacher was like back then.
Hard cunt throwing his weight around with 12yr olds..very hard that.
In his tight shorts and Dunlops.

longford 1:06 Sun Oct 1
Re: Grange Hill
thought i watched some shit on you tube

mallard 12:50 Sun Oct 1
Re: Grange Hill
Mr Bronson never recovered from the death choke by Darth Vader

Upton Park Mark 11:14 Sat Sep 30
Re: Grange Hill
Benny Green's appearance in The Firm came to an untimely end when he came unstuck at Birmingham away.

Hammer and Pickle 11:08 Sat Sep 30
Re: Grange Hill
All Pekinese look like Churchill. And strangely enough Jodie Foster, and Betty Davis.

Sarge 11:07 Sat Sep 30
Re: Grange Hill
We are about to get a kitten christened Kitler by his owners on account of the excellent black fringe and tache he has


We are changing his name.

gph 11:04 Sat Sep 30
Re: Grange Hill
Churchill DUCKed the cats vs dogs debate: "I like pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down on us. Pigs treat us as equals."

Nurse Ratched 10:51 Sat Sep 30
Re: Grange Hill
Are there any Cats That Look Like Churchill?

I have an idea for a film...

zebthecat 10:45 Sat Sep 30
Re: Grange Hill
Cony - Michael Sheard holds the Hitler record by playing him five times in all.

Eddie B 10:42 Sat Sep 30
Re: Grange Hill
Yeah I used to fancy Georgina in the late 80s too

side effect 10:05 Sat Sep 30
Re: Grange Hill
That's it Julia Glover played by Lynette Mac Morrough or something similar.

Cony Tottee 9:50 Sat Sep 30
Re: Grange Hill
Didn't the headmaster play Hitler in The Last Crusade?

Sarge 9:36 Sat Sep 30
Re: Grange Hill
Julia glover

Think her dad was a governer

likemydreams 9:34 Sat Sep 30
Re: Grange Hill
Alan Humphries

Tomshardware 9:31 Sat Sep 30
Re: Grange Hill
They reshowed the original in the late 90's.

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