Grange Hill (1978–2008)
At the UN Conference, Glenroy's rant ruins the school's participation; Claire and Stewpot are both stood up; and public school bigot John Eastlake gets his just desserts.

Director:

Kenny McBain (uncredited)

Writers:

Phil Redmond (deviser), Margaret Simpson

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
David Bellamy David Bellamy ... Celebrity Chairman
Gina Bellman ... Trudy
Paula Ann Bland ... Claire Scott (as Paula-Ann Bland)
Mark Burdis Mark Burdis ... Christopher 'Stewpot' Stewart
Fraser Cains Fraser Cains ... Mr. 'Scruffy' McGuffy
Jeff Capel Jeff Capel ... Hugh
Kate Charman Kate Charman ... Amy (as Katie Charman)
Dionne Edwards Dionne Edwards ... Mary
Matthew Gliksten Matthew Gliksten ... Josh
Marc Green Marc Green ... Simon
Jenny Hartnoll Jenny Hartnoll ... Anne
Caroline Hutchison Caroline Hutchison ... Sue Shallcross
Robert Kenley Robert Kenley ... John Eastlake
Debbie Killingback Debbie Killingback ... Stephanie
Anthony Marcus Anthony Marcus ... Barry
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Storyline

The UN association weekend continues... Claire hasn't turned up for the afternoon session because she's out with Guy who's from a public school. In a discussion about trade, Glenroy gets carried away on his rant about poverty, and prematurely ends Grange Hill's chance to talk. Suzanne is furious with Glenroy, as he storms off, and tempers fray further when he comes across John Eastlake's ignorant discourse on civilized societies. Glenroy's about to pack his bags and go, but is persuaded to stay. At the dinner dance, Claire waits for Guy, and Stewpot waits for Trudy - and then they find that their respective partners are an item. Fed-up Claire dances with upper-class twit John Eastlake, then runs off to her bedroom. Stewpot goes to find her, and persuades her to come back to the dance. The following morning, a faked letter tells Eastlake to rendezvous with Claire by the lake. A loud splash later, and it's a very wet and bedraggled Eastlake who makes his way back to the car... Written by Geffers

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Family

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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 January 1984 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

England, UK

Company Credits

Production Co:

Mersey Television See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Incidental music includes "Heat You Up (Melt You Down)" by Shirley Lites and "Sign Of The Times" by The Belle Stars See more »

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