1980s|Monarch — Elizabeth II
Secretary of State for Scotland and Keeper of the Great Seal — Michael Noble until 16 October; then Willie Ross
Lord Advocate — Ian Shearer, Lord Avonside; then Gordon Stott
Solicitor General for Scotland — David Colville Anderson; then Henry Wilson
Lord President of the Court of Session and Lord Justice General — Lord Clyde
Lord Justice Clerk — Lord Grant
Chairman of the Scottish Land Court — Lord Gibson
11 January — U.K.-wide teen girls' magazine Jackie first published by DC Thomson of Dundee.
29 April — 1964 Aberdeen typhoid outbreak: All schools in Aberdeen are closed following 136 cases of typhoid being reported.
14 May — Rutherglen by-election: Labour gains seat from the Conservatives.
20 May — 1964 Aberdeen typhoid outbreak begins.
23 June — University of Strathclyde chartered.
4 September — Forth Road Bridge opens over the Firth of Forth, linking Fife and Edinburgh.
22 September — Hunterston A nuclear power station opened.
15 October — United Kingdom general election: Labour defeats Sir Alec Douglas-Home's Conservatives and the Unionist Party in Scotland loses 8 seats.
20 November — The first part of the M8 motorway between Glasgow and Edinburgh is opened.
HMNB Clyde established by the Royal Navy at Faslane on the Gare Loch.
William Grant & Sons first market their Glenfiddich distillery Speyside single malt whisky in bottles internationally.
29 January — Roddy Frame, singer-songwriter and guitarist
2 February — Susan Deacon, Labour politician and MSP (1999–2007)
12 February — Stephen Carter, businessman and politician
19 February — Jim McInally, international footballer and manager
7 March — Tommy Sheridan, socialist politician and MSP (1999–2007)
13 April — John Swinney, Scottish National Party leader and government minister
18 April — Niall Ferguson, historian
24 May — Liz McColgan, athlete
31 May — Billy Davies, footballer and manager
1 August — Fiona Hyslop, Scottish National Party MSP (1999- ) and government minister
9 September — John Hughes, footballer and manager
13 November — Paul McBride, criminal lawyer (died 2012)
11 December — Justin Currie, singer-songwriter
25 December — Gary McAllister, international footballer, manager and coach
Stephen Conroy, painter
Aminatta Forna, novelist
Jim Lambie, installation artist
Brendan O'Hara, Scottish National Party MP (2015- )
Alan Warner, novelist
31 May — Nikolai Orlov, classical pianist (born 1892 in Russia)
21 July — John White, international footballer (born 1937)
25 September — Robert Wilson, tenor (born 1907)
11 December — Charles Donaldson, Conservative politician (born 1903)
31 December — Ronald Fairbairn, psychoanalyst (born 1889)
15 December — Peter Watkins' docudrama Culloden is broadcast on BBC Television.
1964 in Scotland Wikipedia
Events from the year 1964 in Scotland.