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1. Grange Hill (1978–2008)

30 min | Comedy, Drama, Family

7.0
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The long running television series of the Grange Hill Comprehensive School, and the children's everyday lives.

Stars: Stuart Organ, Gwyneth Powell, Lee Cornes, Sally Geoghegan

Votes: 1,083

2. The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes (1991–1993)

60 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery

8.8
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Holmes and Dr. Watson solve the mysteries of the Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax, Thor Bridge, Shoscombe Old Place, The Boscombe Valley Mystery, The Illustrious Client and The Creeping Man.

Stars: Jeremy Brett, Edward Hardwicke, Rosalie Williams, Colin Jeavons

Votes: 4,540

3. 2point4 Children (1991–1999)

40 min | Comedy

6.9
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2point4 Children is a BBC television sitcom that was created and written by Andrew Marshall. It follows the lives of the Porters; a seemingly average family whose world is frequently turned... See full summary »

Stars: Belinda Lang, Gary Olsen, Julia Hills, John Pickard

Votes: 989

4. Chance in a Million (1984–1986)

25 min | Comedy

7.9
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Tom Chance's life is plagued by coincidences. Even his initial meeting with his beloved Alison happened by pure chance - when he went to a local pub to meet another girl (also called Alison... See full summary »

Stars: Simon Callow, Brenda Blethyn, Deddie Davies, Bill Pertwee

Votes: 184

5. Renford Rejects (1998–2001)

TV-MA | Comedy, Drama, Family

7.5
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British teen sitcom centred around a local football team.

Stars: Roger Davies, Matthew Leitch, Martin Delaney, Holly Davidson

Votes: 235

6. Summer Season (1985– )

55 min | Drama

6.5
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Stars: Tim Wylton, Marion Bailey, Charles Dale, Alan Bates

Votes: 22

7. The Hello Girls (1996–1998)

30 min | Comedy, Drama

8.2
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"The Hello Girls" is a "dramedy" about a group of mostly young women working as telephone operators in the city of Derby UK, and deals with their escapades both on the job and off. The two ... See full synopsis »

Stars: Amy Marston, Stephanie Turner, Letitia Dean, Samantha Seager

Votes: 45

8. An Actor's Life for Me (1991)

30 min | Comedy

7.9
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A Scottish actor's hilarious efforts in finding work.

Stars: John Gordon Sinclair, Victor Spinetti, Gina McKee, Lynn Scott-Farrell

Votes: 22

9. Psycho House (2012)

8 min | Short, Comedy

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Amateur sleuth Michelle is out to solve the mystery behind a family massacre.

Director: Sacha Austin | Stars: Vera Hines, Paul Parris, Anthony Rubini, Claire Russel

10. Against All Odds (1994– )

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Stars: Gilly Coman, Garry Cooper, John Hasler, Polly Hemingway

11. Rockin' Chair (2000 Video)

17 min | Short, Comedy, Music

8.0
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Some say that Britain's proudest tradition is our Royal family, but as anyone with a modicum of suss will tell you - that's bollox! More people around the world respect Britain for it's ... See full summary »

Director: Paolo Sedazzari | Stars: Paul Parris, Eugene Walker, Chris Simmons, Tat Whalley

Votes: 24

12. 2point4 Children (1991–1999)
Episode: Badger's Bend (1993)

Comedy

7.8
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With custom falling Ben has become addicted to the Ninja Badgers video game and Bill makes him go cold turkey to break the addiction. Fortunately watching a goldfish David brings home does ... See full summary »

Director: Richard Boden | Stars: Belinda Lang, Gary Olsen, Julia Hills, Clare Buckfield

Votes: 9

13. The Hello Girls (1996–1998)
Episode: Baslow 212 (1996)

Comedy, Drama

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Stars: Letitia Dean, Andy Greenhalgh, Samantha Hardcastle, Alex Knight

14. Renford Rejects (1998–2001)
Episode: Bowled Over (1998)

TV-MA | Comedy, Drama, Family

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Vinnie's dad wants him to play cricket like the rest of his family have, but Vinnie wants to commentate more.

Director: Steven Bawol | Stars: Holly Davidson, Roger Davies, Adam Dean, Martin Delaney

15. Renford Rejects (1998–2001)
Episode: Boyband (1999)

TV-MA | Comedy, Drama, Family

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Director: Steven Bawol | Stars: Roger Davies, Adam Dean, Martin Delaney, Sally Kinghorn

16. The Bill (1984–2010)
Episode: Chapter and Verse (1991)

Crime, Drama

8.4
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A girl goes missing after she leaves the pub.

Director: Aisling Walsh | Stars: Christopher Ellison, Sam Miller, Tony Scannell, Nula Conwell

Votes: 5

17. Renford Rejects (1998–2001)
Episode: Ciao Bambino (1998)

TV-MA | Comedy, Drama, Family

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Gina, an Italian Girl, embarasses Bruno (who pretends to be Italian) into dropping his alter ego and going back to being boring Bary Grade, who is useless at football. When his one and only... See full summary »

Director: Steven Bawol | Stars: Leila Birch, Holly Davidson, Jade Davidson, Roger Davies

18. Renford Rejects (1998–2001)
Episode: Don Bruno (1998)

TV-MA | Comedy, Drama, Family

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When Bruno gets bullied by the Razors for being an Italian, Eddie secretly pretends to be his uncle, a mafia boss, to help Bruno stand up for himself and frighten the bullies off.

Director: Steven Bawol | Stars: Holly Davidson, Roger Davies, Adam Dean, Martin Delaney

19. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.1 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

9.1
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Misdirecting the new first formers becomes a fun pastime for Grange Hill. A thief is targeting school property. Julia has gone, and Fred wastes no time making advances towards her best friend Laura.

Director: Albert Barber | Stars: John Alford, Kerry Binns, Sarah Butler, Ruth Carraway

Votes: 7

20. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.11 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

8.5
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A fad of wearing fruit badges starts among the first formers. Ronnie and Fiona go to see Wesley about their Hip-hop act, and the PE services becomes even more chaotic.

Director: Robert Gabriel | Stars: John Alford, Charlie Appleby, David Bell, Marcus Bennett

Votes: 6

21. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.13 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Laura finds out the truth about Simon's behaviour at the party, and Matthew's back is revealed to be covered in painful welts.

Director: Albert Barber | Stars: John Alford, Ruth Carraway, George Christopher, Steven Coe

22. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.14 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Tegs takes Justine home, but why doesn't he seem to know where anything is?

Director: Albert Barber | Stars: Jason Boxall, Steven Coe, George A. Cooper, Matthew Coxall

23. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.16 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Matthew explains about his drunk and violent father to Mr. Mackenzie. Freddie and Laura orchestrate some passive resistance in football and hockey. Calley and the girls decide to own up about their shoplifting.

Director: John Smith | Stars: Ruth Carraway, Matthew Coxall, Angela Crow, Darren Cudjoe

24. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.2 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

9.2
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Justine finds that Tegs has been up to no good, but she's in trouble herself for her fancy blouse. There's a surprise in store for Laura when she gets home.

Director: Albert Barber | Stars: John Alford, Kerry Binns, Robert Charge, George Christopher

Votes: 6

25. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.20 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

9.8
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It's "Wear What You Like" day. Mauler's gang have one last chance to get Ziggy before he heads back to Liverpool...

Director: Robert Gabriel | Stars: John Alford, Kamilla Blanche, Warren Brian, Guy Brougham

Votes: 5

26. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.4 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

8.2
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Fiona shows Ronnie the Fun House - a hip-hop club and demonstrates her own rap. Gonch starts a P.E. kit service, and Justine rescues Tegs.

Director: Albert Barber | Stars: John Alford, Kerry Binns, Ulric Browne, Ruth Carraway

Votes: 6

27. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.5 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

8.3
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Robbie saves Calley from Mauler's amorous advances, but pays for his intervention. Mr. Robson's crash helmet goes missing, and there's a smile on Tegs' face when Mauler gets accused of taking it.

Director: John Smith | Stars: John Alford, Marcus Barnett, David Bell, André Branco

Votes: 6

28. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.6 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

8.7
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The rap partnership "Fresh and Fly" is born. Matthew's lies about his glamorous lifestyle are becoming increasingly obvious to others.

Director: John Smith | Stars: John Alford, James Barnwell, Warren Brian, Ruth Carraway

Votes: 6

29. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.7 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

8.3
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The Grid Iron gang accidentally soak Mr. Bronson, and Tegs tells Justine about his errant family.

Director: John Smith | Stars: John Alford, Warren Brian, Guy Brougham, Ruth Carraway

Votes: 6

30. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.8 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Mauler gets his come-uppance in the French lesson. Mrs. McClusky asks the staff to show some fair-play as regards to thinking every crime has been committed by Tegs.

Director: John Smith | Stars: Warren Brian, Tryone Brown, Ruth Carraway, Madeline Church

31. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #12.1 (1989)

Comedy, Drama, Family

10.0
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Tegs brother comes home, Mr. Bronson's car breaks down, Danny Kendall gets off to a bad start and Clark's new paper round is beset with difficulties.

Director: Albert Barber | Stars: John Alford, Anthony Bailey, Sarah Butler, Ruth Carraway

Votes: 5

32. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #12.10 (1989)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Grange Hill comes to terms with Danny Kendall's death with the planting of a tree and the holding of a memorial service.

Director: Robert Gabriel | Stars: John Alford, Denise Bone, Ruth Carraway, George Christopher

33. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #12.11 (1989)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Who is hiding inside Grange Hill? Trevor has a skinful and has to be hidden away by Ziggy and Robbie. Mr Bronson, increasingly isolated and withdrawn, pulls out of the Isle of Wight trip.

Director: John Smith | Stars: John Alford, Denise Bone, Sarah Butler, Paul Campbell

34. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #12.12 (1989)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Mr. Bronson changes his mind about the isle of Wight trip, Justine discovers where Tegs has been hiding, and Helen has her first day of work experience as an engineer.

Director: John Smith | Stars: John Alford, Joanna Bright, Ruth Carraway, George Christopher

35. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #12.15 (1989)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Helen encounters Mauler at her work experience, Mr. Bronson hands in his notice and Trevor is seen going to the off-license.

Director: John Smith | Stars: John Alford, Joanna Bright, Ruth Carraway, George Christopher

36. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #12.17 (1989)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Who will be Mauler's date? Matthew and Clarke find the owner of the ferocious dog.

Director: Ronald Smedley | Stars: John Alford, David Bell, Timothy Block, Ruth Carraway

37. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #12.18 (1989)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Mauler is out for revenge on Gonch. A reporter for the local radio station comes to school. Tegs goes back to his old house.

Director: Ronald Smedley | Stars: John Alford, Ruth Carraway, George Christopher, Patrick Cleary

38. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #12.19 (1989)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Plans are laid for the forthcoming Prom, and money is raised for Mr. Bronson's leaving present.

Director: Ronald Smedley | Stars: John Alford, Joanne Allen, Timothy Block, Ruth Carraway

39. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #12.2 (1989)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Justine meets Tegs's on-the-run brother, Vince saves Georgina with his "psychic powers" and Gonch explains his computerized Homework Service to Ziggy and Robbie.

Director: Albert Barber | Stars: John Alford, Ruth Carraway, George Christopher, Madeline Church

40. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #12.5 (1989)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Chrissy is mugged on the way to school, and this prompts Miss Booth into suggesting self-defence classes. Danny starts on the swimming pool mosaic, but forgets his appointment with Mr. Tilly, about work experience.

Director: Albert Barber | Stars: Sandra Aitchison, John Alford, Manish Bhagat, Niven Boyd

41. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #12.6 (1989)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Gonch tries to impress Mandy Freemont to get her help with the homework service - but "Les Diapositives de Bretagne" turns out not to be the musical gig he was expecting.

Director: John Smith | Stars: John Alford, Sarah Butler, Ruth Carraway, George Christopher

42. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #12.8 (1989)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Ronnie gets into Mr. Bronson's bad books when he collides with her moped. Clarke and Matthew use signalling to find the missing bike.

Director: John Smith | Stars: John Alford, Ruth Carraway, George Christopher, Ian Congdon

43. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #13.1 (1990)

20 min | Comedy, Drama, Family

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Jacko's dog disrupts the first day of the new school year, and the new Deputy Head imposes his discipline on Mauler and Ted.

Director: John Smith | Stars: John Alford, Julie Buckfield, Sarah Butler, Ian Congdon

44. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #13.10 (1990)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Aicha and Georgina go to a modelling agency, the photo and the frame come back to Grange Hill, and Tegs goes home to his real mother.

Director: Richard Kelly | Stars: John Alford, Cristina Avery, Julie Buckfield, Sarah Butler

45. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #13.11 (1990)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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A hunger lunch is given and Matthew's home life, in a crowded noisy, flat takes a turn for the worse.

Director: Richard Kelly | Stars: Janet Allen, Cristina Avery, Julie Buckfield, Sarah Butler

46. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #13.13 (1990)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Mike runs his race, and confides in Georgina about the fight. Aichaa has a date with Robbie, and Matthew takes drastic action.

Director: Riitta-Leena Lynn | Stars: John Alford, Roger Ashton-Griffiths, Sarah Butler, David Cann

47. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #13.14 (1990)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Matthew's arson attempt only results in his family moving to another dingy hotel. The t-shirt business is terminated, and Jacko's dog is found.

Director: Riitta-Leena Lynn | Stars: John Alford, Roger Ashton-Griffiths, Toby Aspin, Ian Barnes

48. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #13.15 (1990)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Justine's reputation is in tatters, Ronnie sees where Calley's boyfriend works, and Robbie and Aichaa get into trouble at a football match.

Director: Riitta-Leena Lynn | Stars: John Alford, Toby Aspin, Ian Barnes, Andrew Brant

49. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #13.17 (1990)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Calley, Ronnie and Georgina are allowed to leave the lab. Georgina's first modelling assignments are disastrous. Neil Timpson's monkeying around gets him into trouble.

Director: Richard Kelly | Stars: John Alford, Cristina Avery, Denise Bryson, Sarah Butler

50. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #13.18 (1990)

Comedy, Drama, Family

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Alice and Becky spend the morning at the health club, Matthew has his court appearance, and Robbie decides to tell the police what happened at the pub.

Director: Richard Kelly | Stars: John Alford, Sarah Butler, David Cann, Urvashi Chugani



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