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Dani Harmer has played the lead character Tracy Beaker in The Story Of Tracy Beaker and Tracy Beaker Returns for eight series.

Michael "Mike" Milligan MBE, made his first appearance on 8 January 2002 in series 1 of The Story of Tracy Beaker during the episode Tracy Returns to The Dumping Ground and departed in The End! Mike returned in series 5 during the episode Caring and Sharing as a temporary care worker.

Fredeman's 1965 Bibliocritical Study; and the most comprehensive listing of scholarly works is Francis Fennell's 1982 Annotated Bibliography (all cited below). London: John Murray, 1869; Williams and Norgate, 1870–73; William Greig Smith, 1874; Robert Scott Walker, 1875–78; Henry Villiers, 1880–96. “Rossetti's Willowwood.” Notes and Queries 217 (1972): 153–154. “Animate Images: The Later Poem–Paintings of Dante Gabriel Rossetti.” Texas Studies in Language and Literature 23 (1981): 78–101. Poesie di Dante Gabriele Rossetti: traduzione dall'inglese di Antonio Agresti con uno studio su la pittura inglese, e su l'opera pittorica e la vita dell'autore.

Current scholarship is made available in the Modern Language Association's annual bibliography; in the annual bibliography published in Victorian Studies; and in the Bibliography of the History of Art and the Art Full Text bibliographical database. Voyage a travers l'Exposition des Beaux–Arts (peinture et sculpture).

He became head care worker in Operation Careworker.

Mike appeared in all 3 series of Tracy Beaker Returns and so far, all series of The Dumping Ground.

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