"A Year to Remember", the classic series that recalls the definitive events of the twentieth century, compiles contemporary news coverage drawn from the World-Famous BBC and British Pathe Archives. This programme details not only the major political issues that dominated the day, but also key social changes and cultural trends. This hour-long episode chronicles that remarkable year, 1976. In this turbulent year the political world was stunned by Harold Wilson's shock resignation, Argentina's President Isabel Peron was deposed in a bloodless coup, and Portugal had its first parliamentary elections in 50 years. England witnessed violent clashes during the Notting Hill Carnival, the largest street festival in Europe. And on the sporting front, Montreal hosted the Summer Olympics and the world witnessed a 14-year-old gymnast named Nadia Comaneci win three golds. 1976 was certainly a year to remember.