1*90min | BBC One |
Produced By Colin McKeown & Donna Molloy |
Director Terry McDonough |
In July 2005, a black teenager called Anthony Walker was murdered by two white racists in
an unprovoked attack in Liverpool. He was just 18 years old.
Anthony tells the story of how this talented young man’s life may have turned out. Written by
BAFTA-winning screenwriter, Jimmy McGovern, Anthony’s imagined life is told through
reverse chronology as we see him realise his dreams and enjoy the life he had a right to live;
before fate - and hate - took it all away.
Cast includes: Toheeb Jimoh, Rakie Ayolah, Julia Brown,
Bobby Schofield, Stephanie Hyam, Shaniqua Okwok, Robinah Kironde, Dominique Moore, Ade Ajibade, Wesley Bozonga, Phina Oruche, Siobhan McSweeney, Leo Wringer, Lorna Gayle, Jay Lycurgo, Josh Bolt.
Written by Jimmy McGovern
Directed by Terry McDonough
Produced by Colin McKeown and Donna Molloy for LA Productions for BBC One.
Executive producers are Colin McKeown, Jimmy McGovern, Terry McDonough.
Lucy Richer for BBC One.
Nominated for Best Single Drama at 2021 Television BAFTA's & Broadcast Awards