Public Enemies (TV series)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
For other media of this title, see Public enemy (disambiguation).

Public Enemies is a 2012 BBC television drama series written by Tony Marchant and set in the British Probation Service. The cast is led by Anna Friel and Daniel Mays and also includes Georgina Rich, Aisling Loftus, Peter Wight, Barbara Marten, Nicholas Gleaves, Joe Armstrong and Barnaby Kay. It was shown on BBC One from 4-6 January 2012.


After serving 10 years in prison for the strangulation murder of his 17-year-old girlfriend, Eddie Mottram (Mays) adjusts to life on the outside with the help of Paula Radnor (Friel), his probation officer. Eddie though is a troublemaker and lands Paula in limbo with her career.

External links[edit]