Inside Men

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Inside Men
Genre Drama
Created by Tony Basgallop
Directed by James Kent
Starring Steven Mackintosh (as John Coniston)
Ashley Walters (as Chris)
Warren Brown (as Marcus)
Kierston Wareing (as Gina)
Paul Popplewell (as Tom)
Nicola Walker (as Kirsty)
Hannah Merry (as Olivia)
Ruth Gemmell (as Rebecca)
Tom Mannion (as Gordon)
Rebekah Staton (as Sandra)
Leila Mimmack (as Dita)
Irfan Hussein (as Kalpesh)
Gregg Chillin (as Riaz)
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 4
Producer(s) Robbie Sandison
Colin Wratten
Running time 240 mins
Production company(s) BBC
Original channel BBC One
Original release 2 February 2012 (2012-02-02) – 23 February 2012 (2012-02-23)

Inside Men is a British television drama series of four episodes, transmitted from 2 February 2012 on BBC One. On March 9, 2012 it was reported that the series would not be returning for a second series, as it was previously billed as a one-off drama.[1]


The serial was written by Tony Basgallop, it is the story of an armed robbery at a secure money counting house in Bristol, the events that lead up to it, characters who work there and the aftermath. It begins with a depiction of the brutal robbery and then explores the motivations of those who committed the crime. The three main characters are John Coniston (Steven Mackintosh) who is the seemingly straightlaced manager of the secure depot, Marcus (Warren Brown) who moves trolleys of cash and security guard Chris (Ashley Walters).[2][3][4]


This one off BBC drama was filmed in Bristol between June and August 2011 over a 10-week period.


  1. ^ TVWise - Inside Men Won’t Be Returning For Second Season, BBC Confirms
  2. ^ Daily Telegraph Review. retrieved 4 February 2012
  3. ^ Inside Men at Retrieved 4 February 2012
  4. ^ Inside Men review at Retrieved 4 February 2012

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