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Title Turn Back Time: The High Street: 1960's - Ep 5 Of 6
Published Australia : ABC, 2010
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Summary In this penultimate episode the shopkeepers move into the swinging sixties, and big changes hit the high street. Every shop has transformed completely 1960s mass production of meat, bread and clothing means the bakers find themselves running a milk bar, the butcher sells hardware and the dressmaker is now running a hair salon.The grocers has become self service, bringing a more modern shopping experience to customers. The bakers have to produce milkshakes and burgers, while the dressmaker turns her hand to bouffants and beehives. The butcher finds himself in direct competition with the grocer.As the shopkeepers struggle with the changes in their trades, the town sees first hand why Britain turned its back on traditional shops and embraced the supermarket. At the end of the week, history dictates that, for some, it is time to leave, and customers realise just what they're losing.PRODUCTION DETAILSA Wall To Wall production for BBC. Executive Producer: Leanne Klein
Event Broadcast 2011-04-07 at 20:30:00
Notes Classification: G
Subject Customer services -- Management.
Families -- Social life and customs.
Family-owned business enterprises.
Nineteen sixties.
Shopping.
Stores, Retail -- Standards.
United Kingdom.
Form Streaming video
Author Bonneville, Hugh, cast