Britain's backside, 1965

Anthony Jay recites a droll poem about those unheralded parts of Britain that don't feature on postcards, and the sights the tourists don't see - from the slag heaps, the derelict or bombed out factories, and the poor housing conditions.

This clip is from Tonight.

↗ Originally broadcast 22 April 1965

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