Len Goodman takes a look at the 1950s. Two petrol-heads reminisce about the heyday of the British car industry, and Annette Crosbie talks about her dad's balsa wood caravan.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman takes a look at the 1950s, a decade when people were told they had 'never had it so good'. Two 1950s petrol-heads agree, with the British car industry in its heyday. The Debs were on their way out, but the new Jet Set was on their way in with the launch of the Comet. Plus actress Annette Crosbie joins Len on the sofa to reminisce about her dad's balsa wood caravan.
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