Accordingly, it plays like an overextended item from its parent show, drifting into tech geekery a little too often and relying too heavily on the stock devices of dummies dressed up in era-appropriate clothing and cars crashing into things. But, while the appeal is limited, it shouldn’t negate the significance of their role: nearly 7,000 died on UK roads in 1960; last year, it was just 1,900.
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