Quite agree, Joyce. I love watching these old clips. In this old news item, the couple talking (he has a piece of firewood over his shoulder) were my grandparents' uncle and aunt. He was my gf's uncle and she was my gm's aunt. Makes me laugh every time she says about her, "Beautiful oven." Welsh was their first language and they hardly ever had the need or opportunity to speak in English.
Just use the search facility to find some fantastic footage of agriculture in the area but don't miss any of the other old films - And one example worth mentioning is a tour of the East Anglia coast - which was actually made by the Ransomes Film Unit with the final caption as 'Ransomes Mow The World'
Look at Life was a regular series of short documentary films produced in the 1960s by the Special Features Division of the Rank Organisation and screened in their Odeon and Gaumont cinemas - replacing the circuit’s newsreel, Universal News, which had become largely irrelevant with the advent of television news broadcasts. Quoted from: networkonair.com/shop/1067-look-at-life-volume-1-transport.html
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