The most surprising thing for me is reading comments from folk who were there. You're clearly the same age as my mum yet you have a grasp of the net that she just can't get!
The presentation style was amusing. The explanation of the jet stream using 9 different hand-drawn pictures, and not explained very well at all; whereas today we'd have CGI and a well-known science presenter doing the job (maybe equally badly).
I know Cliff Mitchelmore is no longer around, but what of the others? I don't remember them from my youth but they must have been doing things I've seen.
I'm not old enough to remember the 60s but I do remember a bad few winters in the 70s (maybe 76) when the snow was several feet deep and we built an igloo out of snow-filled icecream tubs.
I also recall my dad digging a tunnel to get to work, and couldn't do anything when he got there because he was a bus driver.
I do remember Derek Heart, the younger man who was talking about the winter. I don't know whether he's still around. And the other man explaining the why the it happened in a very amateurish way was Kenneth Alsop who also regularly worked for the tonight programe and I can also remember him.