Famous comedy travelogue produced by British Pathé in the 1960s to promote holidays in Great Britain. The shows were presented by much-loved ventriloquist Ray Alan and his celebrated companion Lord Charles and filmed in full colour.
A remarkable programme showing the end of steam on the Southern Region in 1967, full of archive film from in and around Southampton, Bournemouth and London. A review of the end of steam on the main line from London Waterloo to Bournemouth and Weymouth. From British Pathé TV's Railway Collection.
The departure of steam from the British Rail network in August 1968 was a landmark not only in railway history, but British history. For nearly 150 years, steam reigned supreme and, although gone, it has never been forgotten. From British Pathé TV's Railway Collection.
The USA’s fear of communism caused American troops to go into Vietnam under President Kennedy in 1961. A war fought nightly on TV, it engendered a huge anti-war movement. By 1973, Nixon had resigned and the US was forced to withdraw in 1975. From British Pathé TV's Military Collection. In this ep...