|List of years in British television (table)|
| … 1957 . 1958 . 1959 . 1960 . 1961 . 1962 . 1963 …|
1964 1965 1966 -1967- 1968 1969 1970
… 1971 . 1972 . 1973 . 1974 . 1975 . 1976 . 1977 …
This is a list of British television related events from 1967.
- 7 January - Debut of The Forsyte Saga - a blockbuster BBC dramatisation in 26 50-minutes episodes, and the first British television program ever to be sold to the USSR.
- 8 April - The United Kingdom wins the 12th Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna, Austria. The winning song is "Puppet on a String" performed by Sandie Shaw.
- 25 June - The Our World program airs to over 30 countries featuring performers from the represented countries the segment for the United Kingdom, features The Beatles performing "All You Need Is Love", with guests Mick Jagger, Marianne Faithfull, Keith Richards, Keith Moon, Eric Clapton, Pattie Harrison, Jane Asher, Graham Nash, Hunter Davies and others.
- 1 July - BBC2 becomes Europe's first colour TV broadcaster, though still experimental at this stage. The colour service is launched with live coverage from the Wimbledon Championships.
- 3 July - News at Ten premieres on ITV. It aired nightly on weeknights until 1999 before being axed. It was then reintroduced in 2001, axed again in 2004 and brought back for a second time in 2008.
- 29 September - The Prisoner has its UK premiere on ATV and Grampian Television. The world premiere of the series occurred on 5 September when the series debuted on CTV in Canada.
- 13 October - Omnibus, an arts documentary series, starts.
- 2 December - Colour television is officially launched on BBC2.
- 22 December - Dante's Inferno, Ken Russell's film about Dante Gabriel Rossetti is shown in the Omnibus series.
- 26 December - The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour airs on BBC1 in the UK.
- 26 December - Do Not Adjust Your Set premieres on ITV.
- Unknown - The 1967 franchise round sees a number of changes being made to the ITV regional map, which will take effect in 1968.
- Any split weekday/weekend licences are removed in all regions, except London.
- The London split is moved from Friday/Saturday to Friday at 7pm.
- The North of England region is split into the North West and Yorkshire.
- Granada, the existing weekday contractor for the North of England region, is given a seven-day licence for the new North West region.
- Lord Thomson of Fleet is required to divest himself of most of his holding in Scottish Television.
- A new company, Telefusion Yorkshire, later renamed Yorkshire Television, is given the licence to broadcast in the newly created Yorkshire region.
- ATV wins the new seven-day Midlands licence, replacing ABC at the weekend.
- ABC and Rediffusion, London are asked to form a joint company to take the London weekday franchise previously held by Rediffusion alone; the result, Thames Television, is 51% controlled by ABC.
- The London Television Consortium, put together by David Frost wins the London weekend contract, which now includes Friday evenings from 7pm. They go on air as London Weekend Television.
- Most controversially, TWW loses its franchise for Wales and the West of England to Harlech Television, which later became known as HTV on the arrival of UHF.
- 3 January - Trumpton (1967)
- 7 January - The Forsyte Saga (1967)
- 26 May - Not in Front of the Children (1967–1970)
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- 16 February - At Last the 1948 Show (1967–1968)
- 18 February - Never Mind the Quality Feel the Width (1967–1971)
- 3 April - Market in Honey Lane (1967–1969)
- 1 July - The Golden Shot (1967–1975)
- 3 July - ITV News at Ten (1967–1999, 2001–2004, 2008–present).
- 8 July - Callan (1967–1972)
- 25 September - ITV Playhouse (1967–1982)
- 27 September -
- 29 September - The Prisoner (1967–1968)
- 26 December - Do Not Adjust Your Set (1967–1969).
- Andy Pandy (1950–1970, 2002–2005)
- The Good Old Days (1953–1983)
- Panorama (1953–present)
- Take Your Pick (1955–1968, 1992–1998)
- Double Your Money (1955–1968)
- Dixon of Dock Green (1955–1976)
- Crackerjack (1955–1984)
- Opportunity Knocks (1956–1978, 1987–1990)
- This Week (1956–1978, 1986–1992)
- Armchair Theatre (1956–1980)
- What the Papers Say (1956–2008)
- The Sky at Night (1957–present)
- Blue Peter (1958–present)
- Grandstand (1958–2007)
- Coronation Street (1960–present)
- The Avengers (1961–1969)
- Songs of Praise (1961–present)
- The Saint (1962–1969)
- Z-Cars (1962–1978)
- Animal Magic (1962–1983)
- Doctor Who (1963–1989, 2005–present)
- World in Action (1963–1998)
- The Wednesday Play (1964–1970)
- Top of the Pops (1964–2006)
- Match of the Day (1964–present)
- Crossroads (1964–1988, 2001–2003)
- Play School (1964–1988)
- Mr. and Mrs. (1964–1999, 2008-2010)
- The Newcomers (1965–1969)
- Not Only... But Also (1965–1970)
- World of Sport (1965–1985)
- Call My Bluff (1965–2005)
- Softly, Softly (1966–1969)
- All Gas and Gaiters (1966–1971)
- Jackanory (1965–1996, 2006–present)
- It's a Knockout (1966–1982, 1999–2001)
- The Money Programme (1966–present)
Ending this yearEdit
- Sunday Night at the London Palladium (1955–1967)
- Emergency - Ward 10 (1957–1967)
- Hugh and I (1962–1967)
- The Illustrated Weekly Hudd (1966–1967)
- 7 January - Mark Lamarr, British comedian/TV and radio presenter
- 14 January - Emily Watson, English actress
- 22 January - Olivia d'Abo, English actress
- 16 February - Matthew Cottle, actor
- 23 February - Tamsin Greig, actress
- 2 March - Neil Oliver, archaeologist, historian, author and broadcaster
- 11 March - John Barrowman, Scottish-born actor
- 21 March - Adrian Chiles, television presenter
- 22 March - Joanne Malin, broadcaster and television presenter
- 2 April - Helen Chamberlain, British television presenter
- 26 April - Marianne Jean-Baptiste, British actress
- 4 May -
- 18 July - Paul Cornell, British television writer
- 19 July - Rageh Omaar, broadcaster
- 19 August - Lucy Briers, actress
- 1 September - Steve Pemberton, English comedy writer and performer (The League of Gentlemen)
- 18 September - Tara FitzGerald, English actress
- 21 September -
- 16 October - Davina McCall, British TV presenter and UK Big Brother host
- 14 November - Letitia Dean, British actress
- 15 November - Becky Anderson, journalist and newsreader
- November - Paul J. Medford, actor
- Unknown - Ruth Gemmell, actress
- Unknown - Miranda Sawyer, journalist and broadcaster
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