Waking the Dead

Season 2 Episode 7

Thin Air, Part One

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Aired Daily 9:00 PM Nov 03, 2002 on BBC
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Thin Air, Part One
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Twelve years after Joanna Gold famously disappeared in broad daylight on Hampstead Heath, the dress she was wearing is found in a lock-up. The team begin the hunt for her killer.

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  • Why do i feel comfortable in an institution?

    10
    You have got to be kidding!



    This episode blew me away in so many ways. the earieness of the initial find, the way everything progresses, and how it all moves forward from one part to the next.



    I feel that this episode has three levels. The first is the evidence. it seems odd, but the evidence itself seems have a life of its own. The red dress is really frwaky in that way. so are the pictures and the video. it all links together, but not in the way you think. then there is the cast. they all have their own sotry to tell and how the case has implications all over the board of it all. From the caring asuming less bright then usual commisonary of the metropolitam police, all the way to Boyd who does the exact opposite and goes on a limb. this leaves us with all kinds of thoughts and all the wrong suspects.



    But that is what leads us to the real person behind it all and that in itself will freak you out completely.

    Yes, this is one of the best episodes Waking the dead has produced.moreless
Trevor Eve

Trevor Eve

Det. Supt. Peter Boyd

Sue Johnston

Sue Johnston

Dr Grace Foley

Holly Aird

Holly Aird

Dr Frankie Wharton

Claire Goose

Claire Goose

DC Amelia Silver

Wil Johnson

Wil Johnson

DC Spencer Jordan

Roger Allam

Roger Allam

Benjamin Gold

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Cherie Lunghi

Cherie Lunghi

Leah Gold

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Sophie Winkleman

Sophie Winkleman

Joanna/Clara Gold

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