In 1963, 15 men conspired to pull off a train heist that reaped £45m in today's money. In this retelling of the crime, one of the Great Train Robbers, Gordon Goody, reveals the remaining secrets of that August night.
A riveting account of the life and crimes of Gordon Goody, in which the 84-year-old recalls the Great Train Robbery of August 1963 and identifies the postal worker whose inside info made it possible.
Surprisingly, for a story that's been told and re-told, this doc offers enthralling new insights. Even Phil Collins might learn a thing or two.