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In The Flesh

Series 2

Episode 2

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Three HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Three

Available for 4 months

Kieren's dreams of escape are left in tatters when Maxine imposes an Undead travel ban on Roarton, also introducing stringent measures for PDS Sufferers to pay back their debt to society. However, being thrust together with Simon on Maxine's 'Give Back' scheme has its benefits. The two have a connection, and Kieren agrees to go to Simon's Undead party that night, where Simon makes a surprising declaration.

Jem is troubled at school. A 19-year-old amongst 16-year-olds, she feels completely alienated, until she's revealed to be an ex-HVF war hero. Jem's reputation soars and she is befriended by the popular girls. However, when a PDS prank goes wrong, resulting in a terrifying rabid in the corridors, Jem is humiliated in front of her classmates. She gravitates to Gary, finding solace in a world she understands - hunting rabids in the woods. But it's here that disaster strikes. Show less


Kieren Walker:
Luke Newberry
Steve Walker:
Steve Cooper
Shirley Wilson:
Sandra Huggett
Jem Walker:
Harriet Cains
Sue Walker:
Marie Critchley
Simon Monroe:
Emmett J Scanlan
Dr Tom Russo:
Paul Warriner
Freddie Preston:
Bryan Parry
Gary Kendal:
Kevin Sutton
Maxine Martin:
Wunmi Mosaku
Philip Wilson:
Stephen Thompson
Pearl Pinder:
Gillian Waugh
Amy Dyer:
Emily Bevan
Dean Halton:
Gerard Thompson
Charlotte Reigns:
Tasha Connor
Frankie Kirby:
Eve Gordon
Henry Lonsdale:
Charlie Kenyon
Sarah Furness:
Fiona Wass
Connie Furness:
Sara Kestelman
Duncan Lancaster:
Steve Garti
Loyal Parishioner:
Sarah Jane Corrigan
Jayne Sheldon
Ticket Officer:
Jim Cartwright
Happy Teen PDS Sufferer:
Will Attenborough
Middle England Lady:
Charlotte West-Oram
Jim O'Hanlon
John Rushton

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