John Barrowman (Captain Jack), Eve Myles (Gwen), Burn Gorman (Owen), Naoko Mori (Toshiko), Gareth David-Lloyd (Ianto), Kai Owen (Rhys Williams), Eve Pearce (Estelle), Lara Phillipart (Jasmine), Adrienne O’Sullivan (Lynn), William Travis (Roy), Roger Barclay (Mark Goodson); Heledd Baskerville (Kate), Ffedition Wilkins (WPC), Nathan Sussex (Custody Sergeant), Paul Jones (Man in Street), Sophie Davies, Victoria Gourley (Bullies)
|Written by||Peter J Hammond|
|Directed by||Alice Troughton|
|Produced by||Richard Stokes|
After her talk at her home, Jack and Estelle discuss the photographs and the nature of fairies. Gwen asks Estelle and Jack about an old photograph she found of Jack. They both claim it is of Jack’s father and say that he had a relationship with Estelle during World War II.
He says that the fairies can be very dangerous. Jack instructs Toshiko to watch for strange weather patterns in the area in order to locate the fairies.
Meanwhile, a young girl, Jasmine Pierce, decides to walk home from school alone because her mother’s boyfriend, Roy, did not arrive on time to pick her up. She encounters a man, Goodson, who tries to lure her into his car. When Goodson makes a grab for Jasmine, a strong wind kicks up along with strange, ethereal voices, and Goodson is forced to retreat into his car as Jasmine continues to skip on her way home to play with her fairy friends in the nearby woods. Later, a tense Goodson, still hearing the voices, stumbles through the Cardiff market. He is attacked by something unseen by the other shoppers, and starts to cough up rose petals.