Featuring the Jam, the Specials, Madness, the Selecter, Elvis Costello, Squeeze, Gary Numan, Dame Edna Everage, the Ruts, Racey, the Nolans, Lene Lovich, Chic and Chas & Dave.Source: BBC 4
The Story Of 1981
The Story Of 1985
1985 sees the 'Big Four' of 80's Pop - Spandau, Wham, Culture Club and the Durans - have a relatively quiet year which ushers in a new generation of Pop talent. ...
The Story Of 1986
How did the decline of the young guns of the early 80s, the advent of house, the big bang in the money markets and political fatigue on the left make their mark - or not - on th ...
Big Hits 1987
As BBC Four's weekly repeats of Top of the Pops reach 1987, we celebrate this high watermark of hits with some classic TOTP performances from this spectacular year. The pro ...
Big Hits: Totp 1964 To 1975
1979 - Big Hits
Featuring the Jam, the Specials, Madness, the Selecter, Elvis Costello, Squeeze, Gary Numan, Dame Edna Everage, the Ruts, Racey, the Nolans, Lene Lovich, Chic and Chas & Dave.
1985 - Big Hits
Celebrating the big hits of 1985 with a selection of iconic Top of the Pops performances spanning the genres, from pure pop to power ballads, from Hi-NRG to hip-hop, to R&B and ...
1978 - Big Hits
1977 - Big Hits
1984 - Big Hits
Gary Davies and Peter Powell present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 22 May 1986. Featuring Jaki Graham, Billy Ocean, Simply Red, Spitting Image, The B52's, Pat ...
Peter Powell presents the weekly pop chart show, first broadcast on 21 December 1982. Includes appearances from the Piranhas, Toyah, The Kids from Fame, Imagination, Kool and th ...
Peter Powell presents the weekly pop chart show, first broadcast on 25 March 1982. Includes appearances from Bucks Fizz, Goombay Dance Band, Pluto Shervington, Killing Joke, Alt ...
John Peel and David Jensen present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 7 June 1984. Includes appearances from Spandau Ballet, Howard Jones, Evelyn Thomas, Bananarama, Br ...
Richard Skinner introduces the pop programme, featuring Siouxsie & the Banshees, Imagination, Phil Collins, Squeeze, The Jam, Toyah and Adam & the Ants, plus a dance performance ...
Simon Bates presents another edition of the weekly pop chart including performances from Darts, Dollar, UK Subs, the Three Degrees, the Sugarhill Gang, Storm, Motorhead, Mariann ...
Simon Bates and Peter Powell present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 17 May 1984. Includes appearances from Break Machine, Deniece Williams, Marillion, Hazell Dean, ...
Tommy Vance introduces the pop chart programme, including performances from Showaddywaddy, Adam & the Ants, Matchbox, the Police, Madness and George Benson. Plus, a chart rundow ...
David Jensen presents the weekly pop chart show, first broadcast on 11 November 1982. Includes appearances from Blue Zoo, A Flock of Seagulls, Clannad, Dionne Warwick, Donna Sum ...