LDVideo | Party political broadcasts from the 1960s: Bonham Carter, Thorpe, Grimond & friends

Round 2 of our trip down PPB memory lane. Yesterday we trawled the 1950s, and today it’s time for the 1960s to take centre-stage…

Liberal Party election broadcast 1964 (with Frank Byers, Mark Bonham Carter, Jeremy Thorpe and Margaret Wingfield — alas, with some sound issues)

(Available on YouTube here.)

Liberal Party election broadcast 1964 (bookended by Jo Grimond, with Alan Talfun Davies, Richard Wainwright, David Steel, John Pardoe, Meddon Bruton, and Arthur Holt)

(Available on YouTube here.)

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