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The series begins in 1996 with a married couple, Sarah (Holly Aird) and David (Adam Kotz) Hooper, going to a busy beach on a bank holiday weekend with their young children Alice (Jo ... See full summary »

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Alice Hooper
Adam Kotz ...
David Hooper
Tom Turner ...
Lifeguard
Emma Natasha Miles ...
Jasmine Hooper
Owen Donovan ...
Sean Hooper
Sarah Ball ...
Head Teacher
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Gabby
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Alice / Lori
Richard Betts ...
Businessman
Leroy Liburd ...
Security Guard
Mia Fernandez ...
Melanie
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Nathan
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Steven Taylor
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D.S. Sally Bridges
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Custody Sgt. Hendy
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The series begins in 1996 with a married couple, Sarah (Holly Aird) and David (Adam Kotz) Hooper, going to a busy beach on a bank holiday weekend with their young children Alice (Jo Woodcock), Jasmine (Emma Natasha Miles) and Sean (Owen Donovan). After some time Alice is accidentally left alone and vanishes when her father goes to get ice cream and her mother fails to hear him tell her to watch her and presumes she is with him. A frantic search fails to yield any results, and Alice is presumed dead by drowning and is remembered through a commemoration plaque near the beach. The series then moves forward eleven years, with Sarah refusing to believe her daughter is dead. Whilst in a shopping centre several miles away from her home, she sees a girl who she believes is remarkably similar in appearance to Alice, and faints with shock. She later tells her husband, who maintains that Alice is dead and refuses to entertain Sarah's theories. Sarah returns to the centre, and after several hours... Written by Anonymous

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Holly Aird was incorrectly credited with the role of Alice Hooper in this episode, whereas in fact she played the part of Sarah Hooper. See more »

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