London In The Fifties: Part 2 (Never Had It So Good)
With full employment and the end of rationing, life in London is now easier. The city is swept up in Rock n’ Roll, as Soho becomes trendy and coffee bars fill with teenagers. Buckingham Palace sees its last presentation of débutantes. West Indian immigrants are arriving to work on the transport system, and race riots erupt in the rundown area of Notting Hill. Olympia holds its first electronic computer exhibition, the new Routemaster replaces the Trolleybus and London’s first motorway is opened. Re-live an exciting decade in the capital with this wonderful production by Timereel.
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