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King Street Junior Revisited by Jim Eldridge
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King Street Junior Revisited

A BBC Radio 4 comedy

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Length 10 hours 54 minutes
Language English
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All four series of the popular follow-up to King Street Junior

King Street Junior and its sequel, King Street Junior Revisited, ran for 20 years and 100 episodes between 1985 and 2005, and were among the BBC’s most successful and popular radio programmes.

In these four series, we return to the inner-city primary in the new millennium. A different Head is in charge, but the challenges remain the same: from planning a big fundraising concert, to searching for a truant, to coping with wintry weather and a disappearing lollipop lady.

In addition, the teachers contend with personal and professional upheavals as Mr Maxwell’s attempts to maintain playground order land him in trouble, Mr Long suffers a painful little problem, Miss Featherstone is arrested – and a surprise awaits the staff as they return from their summer holidays.

But King Street Junior continues to survive and thrive, and as the series draws to a close, the children and teachers prepare to celebrate the centenary of the school’s foundation.

Written by the award-winning Jim Eldridge, this acclaimed sitcom stars Carolyn Pickles as Mrs Devon, Marlene Sidaway as Miss Lewis and Brigit Forsyth as Mrs Eastwood, with a guest appearance from James Grout as Mr Beeston.


Created and written by Jim Eldridge
Produced by John Fawcett Wilson

Jim Eldridge (Author)
Jim Eldridge is an author and scriptwriter. He has had 90 books published which have sold over three million copies, and has had hundreds of radio and TV scripts broadcast in the UK and across the world. Among his radio credits are Parsley Sidings and Lines From My Grandfather's Forehead, which won him a Writer's Guild of Great Britain Award.

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