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1964 in Scottish television

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This is a list of events in Scottish television from 1964.


  • 20 April – BBC 2 Scotland starts broadcasting; the existing BBC channel is renamed BBC 1 Scotland. A power failure prevents the planned opening night's schedule from happening, meaning the first programme shown is Play School the following morning.
  • 30 April – Television sets manufactured as of this date are required to receive UHF channels.
  • 15 August – Scottish launches Scotsport Results to provide Scottish viewers with a round-up of the day's Scottish football. It is broadcast on Saturday teatimes, at around 5 pm during the football season.
  • 15 October – Television coverage of the general election.
  • 15 December – Peter Watkins' docudrama Culloden is shown nationally on BBC TV.

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