Here Come the Seventies

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Here Come the Seventies
GenreDocumentary
Theme music composerJohn Mills-Cockell
Opening theme"Tillicum"
Country of originCanada
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons3
Production
Producer(s)Philip S. Hobel
Douglas Leiterman
Broadcast
Original channelCTV
Original run17 September 1970 – 1973
Chronology
Preceded byThe Fabulous Sixties
Followed byTarget: The Impossible
 
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Here Come the Seventies
GenreDocumentary
Theme music composerJohn Mills-Cockell
Opening theme"Tillicum"
Country of originCanada
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons3
Production
Producer(s)Philip S. Hobel
Douglas Leiterman
Broadcast
Original channelCTV
Original run17 September 1970 – 1973
Chronology
Preceded byThe Fabulous Sixties
Followed byTarget: The Impossible

Here Come the Seventies was a Canadian documentary television series seen nationally on CTV from 1970 to 1973 normally on Thursday nights at 9:30 (Eastern).

The programs were produced by Philip S. Hobel and Douglas J. Leiterman, who previously produced The Fabulous Sixties series for CTV. "Communications - The Wired World" was the first episode to air, on 17 September 1970.

Toronto electronic music group Syrinx produced the programme's theme song, "Tillicum," which became a minor Canadian radio hit in 1971.

Episodes[edit source | edit]

No.TitleOriginal air date
1"Communications: The Wired World"17 September 1970
2"Fashion in the 70's"24 September 1970
3"Genetics: Man The Creator"1 October 1970
4"Space: Lab In The Sky"15 October 1970
5"Youth: The Search for Relevance"22 October 1970
6"Geopolitics: Shape of Things to Come"29 October 1970
7"Cities: Living In A Machine"5 November 1970
8"Penology: The Keeper of the Keys"12 November 1970
9"Medicine: Living To Be A Hundred"19 November 1970
10"Mass Transit: Up, Up and Away"26 November 1970
11"Art In The Seventies: Search For Inner Self"3 December 1970
12"Education: No More Teachers, No More Books"10 December 1970
13"Air Pollution: Sweetening the Air"17 December 1970
14"Technology: Catastrophe or Commitment?"14 January 1971
15"Crime: Dye Guns, Lasers, Justice?"21 January 1971
16"Brother, Can You Spare $1,000,000,000?"28 January 1971
17"Arctic: The Last Chance"4 February 1971
18"The Biochemedical Revolution: Moods of the Future"11 February 1971
19"Woman: The Hand That Cradles the Rock"18 February 1971
20"Water: The Effluent Society"25 February 1971
21"Sports: The Programmed Gladiators"4 March 1971
22"Race Relations: Getting It Together"11 March 1971
23"Sex: Breaking Down the Barriers"18 March 1971
24"Leisure: Living With the Twenty Hour Week"25 March 1971
25"Mental Health: New Frontiers of Sanity"1 April 1971
26"Let The Seller Beware"15 April 1971

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