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Pete Murray Takes You To Coventry (August 1983)
One of the opening scenes shows a Midland Red Leyland National 2 at speed on Coventry's Kenilworth Road:
You don't see much of this Duple Dominant coach outside Coventry City Football Club:
West Midlands Daimer Fleetlines and a Midland Red mark 1 Leyland National are only glimpsed:
However we also see Coventry's Pool Meadow Bus Station:

Pete Murray Takes You To Hastings (August 1983)
Opens with a view of a Trathen's Plaxton Supreme-bodied coach at Dover's Eastern Docks, also a long shot of a Dover coach park.
In Hastings itself there is a glimpse of one of Maidstone and District's pair of open top Beadle-bodied AEC Regal IIIs.
In National Bus Company green livery, a Maidstone and District highbridge (14'6 high) Bristol VRTSL3/Eastern Coachworks leads one of its normal (13'8) sisters. In the second view M & highbridge VRTSL3 5839 is seen on Hastings seafront and another passes in the opposite direction:

Pete Murray Takes You To Nottingham (December 1982)
Nottingham City Transport doubledeckers are seen throughout this film. Although none are identifiable, it's a good bet that the majority are Leyland Atlanteans, and all display the distinctive Nottingham-designed body. This first bus passes behind the tallest police officer in the Nottinghamshire Constabulary:
Trent 843 (GRA843V), a 1980 Bristol VRTSL3/Eastern Coachworks, crosses in front of the camera:
At a guess this short Leyland-National in allover advertising livery is a Nottingham Transport bus:

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