Top Of The Pops (UK)

Top of the Pops is a long-running British music chart television programme shown each week on BBC Two and now licensed for local versions around the world. Each programme consists of half an hour of performances of some of that week's best-selling popular music.

The series was originally show on BBC One but moved to BBC TWO in 2005 before being canceled in 2006. It now returns for two seasonal specials each December on Christmas Day and New Years Eve.

Episode Info

Prev: 43x52 -- The Story of 1982 (Jun/17/2016)

The show takes a look back art the music of 1982.

Fearne CottonFearne Cotton
As Herself (Presenter 2003-Present)
Reggie YatesReggie Yates
As Himself (Presenter 2003-Present)
Tim KashTim Kash
As Himself (Presenter 2003-2004)
Richard BaconRichard Bacon
As Himself (Presenter 2003)
Gail PorterGail Porter
As Herself (Presenter 1999-2001; 2003)
Liz BonninLiz Bonnin
As Herself (Presenter 2002-2003)
Lisa SnowdonLisa Snowdon
As Herself (Presenter 2002-2003)
Sarah CawoodSarah Cawood
As Herself (Presenter 1997; 2002-2003)
Jamie TheakstonJamie Theakston
As Himself (Presenter 1997-2003)
Richard BlackwoodRichard Blackwood
As Himself (Presenter 2000-2002)


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Recurring Guests

Jimmy Nail (17 eps)
Fun Boy Three (15 eps)
Sandie Shaw as Performance (13 eps)
Manfred Mann (13 eps)
Legs And Co as Dancers (12 eps)
The Searchers (10 eps)
The Rolling Stones (9 eps)
The Kinks as Themselves (9 eps)
The Hollies (8 eps)
Peter & Gordon (8 eps)

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Type: Variety
Status: Returning Series
Airs: Sundays, Mondays, Fridays at 07:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 01, 1964
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Genres: Music
• All New Top of the Pops (Alternate Title), (Used In United Kingdom)
• Hitlisten (Danish series title), (Used In Denmark)
• Top of the Pops (Argentine series title), (Used In Argentina)
• TOTP (Abbreviated Title), (Used In United Kingdom)
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