Following on from our look at old photos and vintage film of Bedford, here we move our attention to the 1980s people and places of the popular Bedfordshire county town. What can you spot that has changed dramatically – or are you surprised by how much is still the same?
Find out more about the Canadian born British politician who became Minister of Labour to Lloyd George, Dr Thomas James MacNamara.
British Movietone captured this amusing footage of somewhat bewildered and unhappy toddlers being paraded as part of a beauty show in Southend in the 1940s. The judges were Mr and Mrs Lupino Lane.
Discover vintage footage of the County Durham town of Stanley, beginning with a 1917 war hero returning home on the train.
Discover vintage film of Aldershot Army days, including the popular Aldershot Army Show which has entertained visitors for many decades.
In 1994, the hit TV show Antiques Roadshow visited Raby Castle in County Durham. Episode 15 of Series 16 was broadcast to the nation on 3rd April 1994.
These brilliant video collections of old photos of Newbury have been pulled together into fascinating videos. See what the Berkshire town looked like in decades gone by.
Famous for its memorable image as the fictional TV show Downton Abbey, Highclere Castle is a stately home found in the county of Hampshire. It has been caught on film many times in the past, but is the heart of a country estate still in family ownership.