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The vid was shown on the BBC as a segment of The Open University series. Apparently, Dr. Lovell was still in residence at the time of the filming.
And this is another architectural icon awaiting its first thorough restoration: remove the paint, remove the sleeping porch enclosure---a familiar story.
In the second video we see original sleeping-porch windows, certainly designed by the architect. As the sleeping porches took on wind-blown rain and couldn't be used as expected, maybe the change---including the filling in of the horizontal viewing slots---happened fairly early ?
Another change was the replacement of the small horizontal opaque panes in the window wall, by clear glass. I wonder what brought that on.
The final surprise (for me) was the length of time that Dr Lovell continued to own and use this house.