Description
By Michael McLean.
The true story of the case of footballer Tony Kay, who, in 1965, was convicted of match fixing, sent to prison and banned for life by the FA.
The play follows the course of events leading up to Kay's trial, imprisonment and release, and features recently-recorded observations from Kay himself.
Tony Kay....Mikey North
Peter Swan....Carl Prekopp
'Bronco' Layne....Karl Davies
Solicitor....Andrew Branch
Harry Catterick....Tom Bevan
Jimmy Gauld....Ross Sutherland
Judge....Alan Leith
Prison Governor....Ian Masters
Directed by Martin Jenkins
A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.
The story of 60s footballer Tony Kay, who was convicted of match fixing

Series

Broadcast Details

  • First broadcast 20091106 (Radio 4)

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