Britain on Film: Times of Change

Sociopolitical Documentary hosted by Rowland Hill, published by BBC in 2013 – English narration

Britain on Film (2012–2013)


Times of Change


Documentary | Episode aired 27 May 2013
The changing face of Britain’s political, economic and cultural landscapes in the 1960s.


In 1959 Britain’s biggest cinema company, the Rank Organisation, decided to replace its newsreels with a series of short, quirky, topical documentaries that examined all aspects of life in Britain. During the 1960s – a decade that witnessed profound shifts across Britain’s political, economic and cultural landscapes – many felt anxiety about the dizzying pace of change.
Look at Life reflected the increasing social and moral unease in films that tackled subjects ranging from contraception to immigration, from increasing stress at work to the preservation of the Sabbath, and from the environmental implications of waste management to the threat of nuclear weapons. Through these films, we can glimpse many of the seismic societal transformations of the Sixties developments that polarised the nation and changed life in Britain forever.

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