On Air Greatest Hits Chris Kinley | 6:30pm - 9:00pm

The TT that never was

At the time of the Centenary TT, the Trade and Industry Minister has been looking back at the event that never was.

In 2001 the TT was cancelled for the first time since the Second World War, due to the United Kingdom foot and mouth crisis.

But David Cretney, who was Tourism and Leisure Minister at the time, thought it was the wrong course of action then and would be now too.

On last night's Agenda programme, Mr Cretney (pictured) said the decision was a hard one:

Clip 1

More from Isle of Man News