A Bunch of Fives is an English children’s television show broadcast in the 1970s on ITV. A precursor of Grange Hill, it starred Andrew Rinous, Lesley Manville and Jamie Foreman as Fifth formers who start a school newspaper. The show spawned one paperback tie-in. The series was released on DVD by in May 2010.

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  • A Bunch of Fives is an English children’s television show broadcast in the 1970s on ITV. A precursor of Grange Hill, it starred Andrew Rinous, Lesley Manville and Jamie Foreman as Fifth formers who start a school newspaper. The show spawned one paperback tie-in. The series was released on DVD by in May 2010. (en)
  • A Bunch of Fives is an English children’s television show broadcast in the 1970s on ITV. A precursor of Grange Hill, it starred Andrew Rinous, Lesley Manville and Jamie Foreman as Fifth formers who start a school newspaper. The show spawned one paperback tie-in. The series was released on DVD by Network in May 2010. (en)
  • A Bunch of Fives is an English children’s television show from ATV, broadcast for two series of seven episodes each in 1977 and 1978 on ITV. A precursor of Grange Hill, it starred Andrew Rinous, Lesley Manville and Jamie Foreman as Fifth formers who start a school newspaper. The show spawned one paperback tie-in. The series was released on DVD by Network in May 2010. (en)
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  • A Bunch of Fives is an English children’s television show broadcast in the 1970s on ITV. A precursor of Grange Hill, it starred Andrew Rinous, Lesley Manville and Jamie Foreman as Fifth formers who start a school newspaper. The show spawned one paperback tie-in. The series was released on DVD by Network in May 2010. (en)
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