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Bluebirds

Debuting on 5th October 1989 and running for only six episodes, Bluebirds boasted a massive list of famous names and names who soon would be including the likes of Isabelle Lucas, Pauline Delaney, Graeme Lally, Sean Blowers and Lance Percival, Jo Warne, Sheila Steafel, Barbara Windsor and Martine McCutcheon.

In Episode 1: Mugged, the Bluebirds group comes together after a failed mugging. They decide they want to make their estate a better place to live. The following episodes, (2: A Couple of Snakes and a Natterjack Toad, 3: Betrayal!, 4: Fire, 5: Hostages, 6: Trapped!) deal with how the group overcome their differences for the greater good of their community.

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