BBC - James May's Top Toys (2005) PDTV x264 AC3
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A celebration of your toys
that have survived round the decades, presented by
way of a man who still plays together. When James May was three, his father gave him a toy car for Christmas, and also a life driving and using a bonnet became his destiny. Forty-two-year-old James takes us using a tour of his childhood mind while he rifles through his boy toy favourites that include Meccano, Lego, Scalectrix, Airfix and, his historical top
toy, the train set. The romance of engineering and building things has shaped the components of his entire toy cupboard. There isn't a microchip on the horizon. He still plays together with his toys
- still loves building things together with his various sets. Each toy prompts an account - a history told via archive, anecdote and obsessive collector.