1976 in Scottish television
This is a list of events in Scottish television from 1976.
- 1 April – Debut of the Scottish soap Garnock Way, a short-lived soap that was made for ITV.
- 3 April – The first edition of BBC Scotland's rural affairs series Landward is broadcast. It was shown on Sunday lunchtimes as an opt-out, as the rest of the UK received Farming, and from 1988 Countryfile.
- 12 May – Transmission of the 1976 European Cup Final from Hampden Park, the biggest sporting outside-broadcast ever undertaken by an ITV company.
- 1 April – Garnock Way (1976–1979)
Ending this yearEdit
- 31 August – Sutherland's Law (1973–1976)
- 11 February – Charlie Naughton, 89, comedian
- "Fifty years on, STV set for studio switch". The Scotsman. 3 July 2004. Retrieved 27 April 2012.