Do We Still Want To Be Beside The Seaside?

An three-part enquiry into British holiday resorts

When people first sang the praises of the seaside the alternatives to a holiday on our beaches were not as varied as they are today. How are our resorts meeting the demands of the modern holidaymaker - and what plans should they make for the future?

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19700831]An three-part enquiry into British holiday resorts

When people first sang the praises of the seaside the alternatives to a holiday on our beaches were not as varied as they are today. How are our resorts meeting the demands of the modern holidaymaker - and what plans should they make for the future?

1: Piers, Pavilions, and Bingo DAVID BELI. AN reports on seaside entertainments,

Contributors

Unknown: Bingo David Beli.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700901]A three-part enquiry into British holiday resorts

2: Hotels, Landladies, and Do-It-Yourself

DAVID BELLAN reports on the accommodation situation

Contributors

Unknown: David Bellan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700902]A three-part enquiry into British holiday resorts 3: Sand or sewage, limpets or littert

JON TINKER reports on the state of our beaches.

Produced by thena HESHEL

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Tinker

Produced By: Thena Heshel

01Piers, Pavilions, And Bingo19700831DAVID BELI. AN reports on seaside entertainments,

Contributors

Unknown: Bingo David Beli.
02Hotels, Landladies, And Do-it-yourself19700901DAVID BELLAN reports on the accommodation situation

Contributors

Unknown: David Bellan
03 LASTSand Or Sewage, Limpets Or Littert19700902JON TINKER reports on the state of our beaches.

Produced by thena HESHEL

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Tinker

Produced By: Thena Heshel