Step back in time: to 1975
Take a trip down memory lane with a nostalgic look back at 1975. Welcome back to the heart of the Seventies; Britain was in the midst of a double-dip recession and tension, innovation and change were present everywhere.
The 70s are marked by new opportunities for men and women and an emphasis on freedom, equality and individuality – from the rise of feminism to punk rock, in 1975 Britain was moving in a new direction and many aspects of modern life as we know it now were still new and radical in their time.
So grab a cuppa and step back in time with us to 1975…
Popular Culture offers a glimpse into the lives of people and the big and little things that made up the everyday. Here’s a snapshot of life and pop culture in 1975.
1975 wasn’t just an important year in Britain. Here’s a look at some of the most significant events that took place in 1975 around the globe.
From big upsets to big wins, here are some of the most significant moments to take place in sport in 1975.
Some big personalities came into the world in 1975. Here’s a few of the famous faces born this year.
Nothing takes us back like music; these were some of the best-selling artists and most popular songs on the radio in 1975.
Best selling single of the year: Bye Bye Baby by Bay City Rollers
Christmas number 1: Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
Other popular songs
Sailing by Rod Stewart
Cant Give You Anything (But My Love) The Stylistics
Pilot by January
Space Oddity by David Bowie
How old were you in 1975? Does our timeline bring back any memories?
cover image by flickr user srv007
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