The 1970s had so much more to offer than just bell-bottom trousers and disco music. Gary Robertson takes us on a journey through the whole decade where he spent his early life growing up in the Whitfield and Fintry housing schemes in Dundee. It was a life without the restricting shackles of 'political correctness' where youngsters roamed with carefree abandon and sometimes got up to no good in the process. Diverse subjects such as berry-picking, skale days, Christmas in a multi-storey, drunken New Year pehrties, youth gangs, catching bees and bird-nesting are all covered in Gary Robertson's own unique and humorous style. It's a colourful account with intermittent bursts of local dialect to give a flavour of the larger than life characters from the streets where he lived and still lives.