Waterloo Road

Season 3 Episode 13

Series 3 Episode 13

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Jan 24, 2008 on BBC
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Series 3 Episode 13
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A group of students are volunteering at local work places, and Janeece ends up at a museum. But after an unsuccessful start, she goes to work with Maxine at a resting home, with serious consequences. Meanwhile, Tom and Davina take their relationship to the next level.

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  • Another good episode

    8.5
    In this episode of Waterloo Road, the following happens. Most of the year 11 pupils are out of the school on work experience, which of course doesn't go well for all of them. Rachel has to try to get the building company to get the job at Waterloo Rod, because otherwise her secret will be told to everyone. Eddie puts a few of the kids, including Bolton, to help enforcing the school rules for other pupils. Steph returns in this episode, to learn that her office is no longer hers and that she is no longer head of pastoral care. Tom & Davina sleep together, only to be caught in the act by Mica. The building company who threatened Rachel gets the job. So her secret is safe....... for now.moreless

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    • Episode Soundtrack
      Maps - 'Lost My Soul'
      Athlete - 'Tokyo'
      The Thrills - 'The Midnight Choir'
      The Pigeon Detectives - 'I Can't Control Myself'
      Bluetones - 'Time and Again'
      Embrace - 'Spell It Out'
      The Pigeon Detectives - 'Wait for Me'
      The Enemy - 'Had Enough'
      Athlete - 'In Between Two States'
      Glenn Miller - 'Little Brown Jug'
      Liberty X - 'Jumpin'
      Chemical Brothers - 'Pills Won't Help'
      KT Tunstall - 'The Beauty of Uncertainty'
      Embrace - 'Near Life'
      Thirteen Senses - 'Into the Fire'
      Maps - 'Liquid Sugar'
      Smashing Pumpkins - 'Melon Collie and the Infinite Sadness'
      Jack Penate - 'Spit at Stars'

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