For some the 1970s meant punk rock and political unrest.
For others it was a time of ABBA and affluence. The decade's dual identity was as striking in Norwich as it was nationally.
While once-familiar streets were demolished, new buildings sprang up.
Different brand names appeared in the city centre and with them came a new era of shopping and eating out.
For those who remember the steakhouses and nightclubs, the football and the fashions of the 1970s, this book is a fascinating flashback to a different Norwich.
Following his incredibly popular Norwich in the 1950s and Norwich in the 1960s, Pete Goodrum's look at the 1970s shines a light on another decade in the city's history. From the `old' Odeon to the Garlands fire, from Bonds to the `Berni', this is how we lived in Norwich in the 1970s.