TV presenter Bill Grundy had some harsh words for Aylesbury when he visited in 1972.
The then-familiar face, who famously near-wrecked his career when he goaded punk rockers the Sex Pistols into swearing on live TV - visited Aylesbury to comment on its development.
In the British Pathe footage, which makes for fascinating viewing for anyone who remembers life in the Vale in the 1970s - Grundy is clearly unimpressed with how the old and the new had been combined within Aylesbury.
In the opening scenes he is shown walking through St Mary's churchyard - with a voiceover from Grundy saying: "Clearly in matters of development Aylesbury has a lot to teach other towns - but clearly some of what it has to teach is how not to do it."
Grundy then opens the short programme properly from a seat in the Kings Head pub. We won't ruin the rest of the footage for you - but we are sure you will enjoy what he has to say!