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1975 in

the DWU • production history • vital statistics • releases

Timeline for 1975
20th century | 1970s

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1975 was the year Toshiko Sato was born, in July. (TV: Greeks Bearing Gifts) Her official Torchwood records once stated her date of birth was 19 September 1981 (TV: Exit Wounds) due to an incident Toshiko had whilst trying to stop a torrent file from corrupting the world. (AUDIO: torchwood_cascade_CDRIP.tor)

On 24 December, the Seventh Doctor and his companions Ace and Hex defeated the Kellenian invasion of Earth in New York City. (PROSE: Presence)

The Fifth Doctor, Nyssa and Tegan Jovanka visited London. (PROSE: The Sands of Time)

When she was fifteen, Tegan broke her toe during track and gym and Mike Bretherton carried her books home for her. (AUDIO: Hexagora)

Jonah Summerfield I died in an industrial accident. (PROSE: Dead Romance)

Francisco Franco died. He had ruled Spain since 1939. (AUDIO: Fiesta of the Damned)

The heads of two Cybermen left over from the International Electromatics invasion were found beneath London in this year. One was found in the sewers and eventually ended up in Henry van Statten's Vault. (TV: Dalek) The other was found at Deffry Vale station and was stored at the Leamington Spa Lifeboat Museum. (GAME: Security Bot)

The conspiracy theory magazine Plexus was established in Patchogue, New York. (AUDIO: The Conspiracy)

A young woman was abducted by the Sisters of St Matilda. (AUDIO: The Cloisters of Terror)

Highgate Cemetery was "reclaimed" by the Friends of Highgate Cemetery. (COMIC: The Highgate Horror)