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Nineteen Seventy By Mark Raney
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Carefree times, love and laughter, friends, heartbreak, decisions, college, break ups, future plans,
Living In the Seventies By Belinda Weaver
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Nineteen-year-old Elizabeth is recovering from a breakdown when Nan, a charming stranger, moves into her share house. At first suspicious of her, the lonely, motherless Elizabeth falls under Nan's... More > spell, and their friendship soon becomes as compelling as a love affair. But when Nan becomes distant and hard to please, destructive undercurrents develop in the household. Desperate to hold on to Nan, Elizabeth lets herself be drawn into a dangerous game, whose ultimate purpose she fails to grasp.< Less
Seventy-seven By Michael Fitzalan
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1977 was a momentous year. We called it seventy-seven; the DJ on Capital called it Seveny-Seven. If you did not listen to Capital Radio, you were not worth knowing. To listen to ‘Radio... More > One’ was heresy, even if it was the weekend top forty, both radio stations aired their singles chart on the same day at the same time. ‘Radio One’ did not have adverts but we still listened to London’s radio station because we could pick it up even west of Reading and, for us, London was the centre of the universe. Seventy-seven was a cause of great celebration, it was the Queen’s Silver Jubilee and you can still see plaques and go on a Jubilee walk to commemorate her twenty fifth year on the throne. Nineteen fifty-two saw the first commercial passenger jet airliner entering service and the completion of the first atomic bomb, nineteen seventy-seven was a street party to celebrate the achievements of Elizabeth’s reign, full stop.< Less
The Ice Cream Man Cometh By Jeffrey Moran
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Easter came early in 1970. This is the autobiographical story of my training day as an ice cream salesman, driving a truck up and down the streets with a ringing bell on a cold, snowy, weekend in... More > late March.< Less
Nick's gift By Becky Nuttall
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Becky's first poetry anthology is a bittersweet anthem to the seventies, glam rock, religious dogma and being female amongst the artists. Becky lives in South Devon England UK, exhibits her art,... More > writes poetry and wears kohl< Less
The Green Tracksuit By Peter Gordon Elliot
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A strange, funny, magical, wonder-full evocation of a 1970s Highland childhood. With a truly terrifying darkness at its heart. nine year old Peter, growing up in the beautiful Scottish Highlands, had... More > a magical family life and the freedom of nineteen-seventies. But a sinister encounter late one night on a country road, turns his world upside down, exposing him to grave danger, which will haunt him forever...< Less
77 By Michael Fitzalan
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1977 was a momentous year. We called it seventy-seven; the DJ on Capital called it Seveny-Seven. If you did not listen to Capital Radio, you were not worth knowing. To listen to ‘Radio... More > One’ was heresy, even if it was the weekend top forty, both radio stations aired their singles chart on the same day at the same time. ‘Radio One’ did not have adverts but we still listened to London’s radio station because we could pick it up even west of Reading and, for us, London was the centre of the universe. Seventy-seven was a cause of great celebration, it was the Queen’s Silver Jubilee and you can still see plaques and go on a Jubilee walk to commemorate her twenty fifth year on the throne. Nineteen fifty-two saw the first commercial passenger jet airliner entering service and the completion of the first atomic bomb, nineteen seventy-seven was a street party to celebrate the achievements of Elizabeth’s reign, full stop.< Less
77 By Michael Fitzalan
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1977 was a momentous year. We called it seventy-seven; the DJ on Capital called it Seveny-Seven. If you did not listen to Capital Radio, you were not worth knowing. To listen to ‘Radio... More > One’ was heresy, even if it was the weekend top forty, both radio stations aired their singles chart on the same day at the same time. ‘Radio One’ did not have adverts but we still listened to London’s radio station because we could pick it up even west of Reading and, for us, London was the centre of the universe. Seventy-seven was a cause of great celebration, it was the Queen’s Silver Jubilee and you can still see plaques and go on a Jubilee walk to commemorate her twenty fifth year on the throne. Nineteen fifty-two saw the first commercial passenger jet airliner entering service and the completion of the first atomic bomb, nineteen seventy-seven was a street party to celebrate the achievements of Elizabeth’s reign, full stop.< Less
It`s getting like New York around here! By Keith Lockett
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A dramatised account of life in the ambulance service during the nineteen seventies. Take a look into peoples lives and be amazed at what they did. Who would have expected this much skullduggery?
It`s getting like New York around here! By Keith Lockett
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A dramatised account of life in the ambulance service during the nineteen seventies. Take a look into peoples lives and be amazed at what they did. Who would have expected this much skullduggery?

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