Probation officer Paula Radnor is pilloried and suspended when convicted murderer Philip Pointer,on parole to her,kills again. On return to work her senior Marion Sharmer allocates her another lifer,...
A supernatural drama telling the story of three different families living in the same house in 1968, 1987 and the present day, linked by the spirit of the young daughter of the 1960s family, who drowned in mysterious circumstances.
A council man becomes increasingly disillusioned over the years, but a heroic act gets him approval and becomes a front-runner for the mayor-ship of Manchester while trying to keep his own secrets buried.
She drops in and starts disrupting this close, cozy little community. She wants to be queen bee But there's already one. so she sets out to destroy her. This means having to break her legs,... See full summary »
Kieron J. Walsh
An excellent production with a good balance of established actors and up and coming actors.
Public Enemies is a very good piece of TV drama to highlight the acting talents of Anna Friel whom I honestly believe to be one of the finest actresses to be blooded in recent years but so far has not been given the accolade that her acting ability deserves. The show has been written and produced to a very high standard with an abundance of supporting actors.Daniel Mays as Eddie Mottram was most convincing and he certainly has a future in the industry. Aisling Loftus a young up and coming actress and is certainly going to make lots of inroads hopefully not solely on our televisions but the big screen.It is time for Anna to step out of the shadows and take her place above all the amateurs that take up space in the TV/Film industry. Excellent program all round and good luck for the future Anna.
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