King Street Junior Revisited

Episodes

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0101A Good Heart2002042620180903 (BBC7)
20180904 (BBC7)
The long summer holiday is over - and it's D-day minus one for the school teachers of King Street Junior.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan and Elliot Gonzalez as Peter.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2002.

With a new term looming, for the school teachers it's D-day minus one.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0102The Real Thing2002050320180910 (BBC7)
20180911 (BBC7)
A big school fund-raising concert is planned - and a Russian supply teacher is on the way.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Boris Isarov as Andre, Christopher Dunning as Steven, Nikko Jacques as Ajaz, Jordan Maxwell as Trevor and Gemma Boyle as Sarah.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2002.

A big fundraising concert is planned, and there's a Russian supply teacher on the way.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0103The System2002051020180917 (BBC7)
20180918 (BBC7)
Mr Maxwell's attempt to maintain playground law and order, lands him in trouble.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Sidney Kean as Mr Bradbury, Sandy Walsh as Mrs Bradbury, Campbell Morrison as Chief Superintendent Donaldson, Peter Landi as Detective Sergeant Richards, Sonny Muslim as Matt Bradbury, Sam Morris as Sanjay and Layla Gillespie as Zenal.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2002.

Mr Maxwell's attempt to maintain playground law and order lands him in trouble.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0104Oh No It Isn't2002051720180924 (BBC7)
20180925 (BBC7)
Mr Maxwell's exercise in democracy leads to an outbreak of playground activism.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Christopher Ravenscroft as Paul Devon, Christopher Dunning as William, Aisling Jarrett-Gavin as Janine, Niko Jacques as Carlos and Ruby Williams as Kelly.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 2002.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0105Waiting For Ofsted2002052420181001 (BBC7)
20181002 (BBC7)
There's tension in the staff room and nerves are on edge - all because the inspectors are coming!

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Sally George as Mrs Mears, Sonny Muslim as Gino, Jordan Maxwell as Gavin, Candice Davies as Sarujeet and Louisa Lytton as Mandy.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 2002.

There's tension in the staff room, and nerves are on edge. Why? The inspectors are coming!

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0106Jour De Fete2002053120181008 (BBC7)
20181009 (BBC7)
A dilemma for the Head, the search for a truant - and a surprise at the School Fete.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, James Grout as Mr Beeston, Jordan Calvert as Mark Walker, Gregg Chillin as Jo-Jo and Jessica Hill as Sandy.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 2002.

A dilemma for the Head, the search for a truant, and a surprise at the School Fete.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0201Going Through The Roof2003062720181126 (BBC7)
20181127 (BBC7)
20181201 (BBC7)
A smooth trouble-free staff meeting... no hiccoughs or nasty surprises? That's a bad omen for the school's staff.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Christopher Dunning as Paul, Charlotte Finlay-Tribe as Mandy, Nikki Snode as Dinesh and Jodie Devlin as Ria.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in June 2003.

A rainy day leads to some unexpected drama for the school's staff.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0202The Spirit Of Christmas2003070420181203 (BBC7)
20181204 (BBC7)
“The child is the father of the man".

The school show sparks some robust religious debate - and a demonstration of true human kindness...

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Jimmy Chamberlaine as Iqbal and Melissa Wood as Ghazala.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 2003.

The school show sparks robust religious debate and a demonstration of true human kindness.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0203Time2003071120181210 (BBC7)
20181211 (BBC7)
A defender of difficult causes - that is surely one of Miss Featherstone's roles in life... But it's not an easy one.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Rianna Calvert as Mandy, Matthew Protheroe as Marcus and Tony Bignell as Jerry.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 2003.

Miss Featherstone's role as defender of difficult school causes is not an easy one.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0204Love All2003071820181217 (BBC7)
20181218 (BBC7)
Road safety, a painful little problem for Mr Long – and is romance in the air?

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Sally Grace as Mrs Meadows, Denica Fairman as Mrs Watson, John Harwood as Edward and Kachaan Ellis as Monica.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 2003.

Safety on the roads, romance in the air and a painful little problem for Mr Long.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0205Priorities2003072520181224 (BBC7)
20181225 (BBC7)
Education and money - it seems you can't have one without the other, but sometimes you have to make a choice...

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Paul Brooke as Mr Dobson, Philip Philmar as Mr Adams, Rachel Smith as Mrs Flynn, Sonny Muslim as Gary and Danielle Downey as Samantha.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 2003.

Education and money. Can you have one without the other?

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0206Play On2003080120181231 (BBC7)
20190101 (BBC7)
Sports Day fever is beginning to take over at King Street - though not everyone is infected.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid and Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan.

With Pax Baldwin, Elisha Mansuroglu, Kimberley Fletcher, Christopher Dunning and Louis Constantine as the children.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 2003.

School sports day fever takes over, but not everyone's infected.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0301Half-term Blues2004072320190218 (BBC7)
20190219 (BBC7)
Half-term is a time for King Street’s teachers to catch their breath within a busy Autumn term. If only...

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Pax Baldwin as Rajesh, Daryl Moore as Wayne, Ruby Williams as Kirsten and Jessica Hill as Dawn.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 2004.

The teachers face personal and professional upheavals as Halloween approaches.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0302Ice2004073020190225 (BBC7)
20190226 (BBC7)
Winter is inevitable, a disappearing lollipop-lady is not. But the two in combination spark real problems for the staff at King Street.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Rebecca McElroy as Luch, Jodie Devlin as Amanda and Katie Walker as Jacinda.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in July 2004.

Wintry weather and a disappearing lollipop lady cause problems for the school staff.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0303Filling In2009042320190304 (BBC7)
20190305 (BBC7)
Supply teachers may come in all shapes and sizes, but, whichever, they’re invariably in short supply. But is King Street lucky to get Mrs Harper..?

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Jillie Meers as Mrs Harper and John McCrea as Daniel.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 2004.

A supply teacher arrives to cover Mr Long. Is she in tune with the school's philosophy?

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0304Rumours2004081320190311 (BBC7)
20190312 (BBC7)
Unlike the rolling stone, school gossip at King Street is virtually guaranteed to gather moss...

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Paul Copley as Mr Long and Liza Sadovy as Mrs Sampson.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 2004.

Unlike the rolling stone, school gossip is virtually guaranteed to gather moss.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0305Flaming June2004082020190318 (BBC7)
20190319 (BBC7)
A weekend away in the country - and under canvas. Memories will be made of this.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Stephen Critchlow as the Security Guard, Matthew Protheroe as Wayne, Leah Verity-White as Amy, Pax Baldwin as Iqbal, Corinne Douglas as Karim and Jafer Husseyin as Terry.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 2004.

A weekend away in the country and under canvas. Memories will be made of this.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0306This Is Your Life2004082720190325 (BBC7)
20190326 (BBC7)
It's excitement all round as the staff and children prepare to celebrate the return of Head Teacher, Mrs Devon.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Christopher Ravenscroft as Paul Devon, Daryl Moore as Roscoe, Reanna Calvert as Tracy, Charlie Barker as Brandon and Elisha Mansuroglu as Kylie.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in August 2004.

The excited staff and children prepare to celebrate the return of Mrs Devon.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0401Another Year, Another Head2005040120190513 (BBC7)
20190514 (BBC7)
A surprise awaits the school staff at King Street returning from their summer holiday.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Brigitte Forsythe as Mrs Eastwood, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Charlie Barker as Rory, Leah Verity-White as Natasha and Rebecca McElroy as Paula.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2005.

A surprise awaits the staff returning from the long summer holiday.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0402In The News2005040820190520 (BBC7)
20190521 (BBC7)
The difference between fact and fiction and opinion...that's easily defined isn't it? Ask Miss Reid.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Brigitte Forsythe as Mrs Eastwood, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Paul Copley as Mr Long and Amanda Gordon as Miss Spivey.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2005.

A lesson on facts and opinions is followed by a brutal example at the school gate.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0404To The Barricades2005042220190527 (BBC7)
20190528 (BBC7)
Miss Featherstone gets arrested. Is she the right sort of person to teach children?

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Brigitte Forsythe as Mrs Eastwood, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Hugh Dickson as the Chairman, Helen Longworth as Mrs Smithers and Ben Crowe as Mr Allen.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2005.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0405Turning The Tables2005042920190603 (BBC7)
20190604 (BBC7)
It's quiz time, but Mr Maxwell is lacking a team. Plus a former pupil is having problems.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

The move up from junior to high school is a step too far, it seems, for a former pupil.

And it's quiz time, but Mr Maxwell is lacking a team.

School comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge. Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Paul Copley as Mr Long, Bill Wallis as Jack Pollard and Jemma Churchill as Mrs Morgan.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2005.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

0406Centenary2005050620190610 (BBC7)
20190611 (BBC7)
Two musicians are after the same piano and a boy can't face the special school parade.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school

There’s piano trouble as children and staff celebrate the 100th anniversary of the school's foundation.

The 100th episode of the school comedy created and written by Jim Eldridge.

Ten series of this King Street Junior ran between 1985 and 1998. King Street Junior Revisited ran from 2002 to 2005.

Stars Brigit Forsyth as Mrs Eastwood, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis, Michael Cochrane as Mr Maxwell, Teresa Gallagher as Miss Featherstone, Jacqueline Beatty as Miss Reid, Janice Acquah as Mrs Khan, Paul Copley as Mr Long, James Grout as Mr Beeston, Deirdre Costello as Mrs Patterson, Margaret John as Mrs Stone and Vivienne Martin as Mrs Rudd.

With Corrine Douglas, Chris Parkinson, Angelo Andreou, James Ellis, Cherrelle Williams and Karim Zeroual as the children.

Producer: John Fawcett Wilson

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in May 2005.

Continuation of the original comedy drama series set in a junior school