A Year to Remember, the classic series that recalls the definitive events of the 20th Century, compiles contemporary news coverage drawn from the world-famous British Pathé archive. Pathé News set the standard for cinematic journalism, keeping audiences both informed and entertained for nearly six decades. This programme does the same for a new generation and details not only the major political issues that dominated the day, but also key social changes and cultural trends. This was the year in which the Concorde was revealed to the world, Gibraltar voted to remain British, and Donald Campbell lost his life in his speeding Bluebird. More sad news came from the Soviet Union, when Vladimir Komarov became the first cosmonaut killed during a space flight. And for gossip-hungry celebrity-watchers, there was Elvis' marriage to Priscilla, the Rolling Stones' drugs charges, and Prince Charles' studies at Cambridge. 1967 was certainly a year to remember.