With the war years a more distant memory, Harold MacMillan coins his famous ‘never had it so good’ phrase.
As rationing comes to an end, the country enjoys stable, full employment and a well performing economy.
However that period of calm does not last for long as the end of the decade sees the advent of the teenager and the new phenomenon that is rock and roll.
Told through the eyes of the nation’s capital this engaging documentary film takes you through a time of amazing change for Britain.
Please note: Previously released as London in the 50’s Part 2.