September 30th, 1968, fell on a Monday. It was day 274 of 1968. The decade was the 1960s.
51 years, 10 months and 5 days have passed since September 30th, 1968.
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Songs that were on top of the music singles charts in the USA and the United Kingdom on September 30th, 1968:
The date is September 30th, 1968 and it's a Monday. Schools have started back and autumn has arrived, so temperatures have started to cool and trees are beginning to shed their leaves. The earthy smells of fall have started to fill the air.
In America, the song Hey Jude by The Beatles is on top of the singles charts. Over in the UK, Those Were The Days by Mary Hopkin is the number one hit song. Lyndon Baines Johnson is currently the President of the United States.
It's 1968, so radio stations are playing hit songs from artists such as The Beatles, Louis Armstrong, Otis Redding, The Rolling Stones, Bobby Goldsboro and Marvin Gaye. The films "Funny Girl" and "Oliver!" are being shown in movie theaters at the moment. People are watching popular TV shows such as "The Ed Sullivan Show", "Gunsmoke", "Bonanza" and "Here's Lucy".
Children and teenagers are currently watching television shows such as "Captain Kangaroo", "Milton the Monster", "The Monkees" and "The Adventures of Gulliver". If you're a kid or a teenager, then you're probably playing with toys such as "Etch A Sketch", "Ken (doll)", "Motorific (slot car toys)" and "Lite-Brite".
Trending news stories and fads that were prevalent throughout this time period. These are news stories and events that would have been in the media on September 30th, 1968.
"The Apollo 8 astronauts" were named as the Time Person of the Year in 1968. This was after they became the first humans to successfully leave low Earth orbit.
Movies released in 1968 included 2001: A Space Odyssey, Funny Girl, The Love Bug, The Odd Couple, Bullitt, Romeo and Juliet, Oliver!, Coogan's Bluff, Rosemary's Baby, Planet of the Apes, Night of the Living Dead and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
The Billboard Charts in 1968 were dominated by the likes of Paul Mauriat, Otis Redding, Bobby Goldsboro, The Beatles, The Rascals and Herb Alpert.
"Little Green Apples" by O. C. Smith would go on to win a Grammy for 1968's Song of the Year.
"Oliver!" won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1968.
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"Joe 90" - "The Adventures of Gulliver" - "The Archie Show" - "Wacky Races" - "The Banana Splits" - "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" - "Skippy the Bush Kangaroo" - "Spider-Man" - "Birdman and the Galaxy Trio" - "The Monkees" - "The New Adventures of Superman" - "The King Kong Show" - "Star Trek: The Original Series" - "JOT the Dot" - "Milton the Monster" - "Atom Ant" - "Underdog" - "The Bugs Bunny Show" - "My Three Sons" - "Captain Kangaroo" - "Lassie" - "Looney Tunes"
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