Top of the Pops

June 2019

14/01/1988

4.0 0 x
Simon Mayo and Gary Davies present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 14 January 1988 and featuring Krush, The Christians, AC/DC, Terence Trent D'Arby, Belinda Carlisle and George Michael.

07/01/1988

3.0 7 x
Mike Read and Simon Bates present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 7 January 1988 and featuring Sinitta, Depeche Mode, George Michael, The Stranglers and Pet Shop Boys.

1988 - Big Hits

4.0 0 x
A celebration of the best of Top of the Pops in 1988 including performances by S'Express, Bomb the Bass, Enya, Maxi Priest, Everything But the Girl, The Proclaimers, Neneh Cherry and Eurythmics.

The Story of 1988

4.0 4 x
In 1988, Top of the Pops turned 25. A celebration of the best music that year including interviews with Matt Goss, Jason Donovan, Wendy James, Aswad, Cold Cut, All About Eve and Wee Papa Girl Rappers.
May 2019

31/12/1987

4.0 1 x
Peter Powell and Gary Davies present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 31 December 1987 and featuring Krush, Nat King Cole, Belinda Carlisle, Cher and Pet Shop Boys.

17/12/1987

3.0 5 x
Mike Read and Gary Davies present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 17 December 1987 and featuring Wet Wet Wet, Mel and Kim, Belinda Carlisle, Pet Shop Boys and Madonna.

03/12/1987

3.0 1 x
Janice Long and Gary Davies present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 3 December 1987 and featuring Alexander O'Neal, The Proclaimers, Cutting Crew and Maxi Priest.

26/11/1987

3.0 3 x
Simon Bates and Gary Davies present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 26 November 1987 and featuring Boy George, The Communards, Paul McCartney, and The Housemartins.
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The Story Of 1978 (S1E0)

4.0 2 x
Golden music nostalgia from the TOTP vaults. In 1978, new wave and post-punk groups battled for airtime with rather less 'cool' acts. Stay tuned for the Jam, Squeeze and Abba.

19/11/1987

4.0 4 x
Steve Wright and Simon Mayo present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 19 November 1987 and featuring Maxi Priest, The Proclaimers, Barry White, Boy George and The Smiths.
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