01 - Starman (1972) ~ 02 - knock on Wood (1974) ~ 03 - Space Oddity (1975) Pan's People ~ 04 - Heroes (1977) ~ 05 - Cat People (1982) ~ 06 - Advert (1987) ~ 07 - Time Will Crawl (1987) ~ 08 - Never let me down (1987) ~ 09 - You Belong to Rock'n'Roll (1991) ~ 10 - Baby Universal (1991) ~ 11 - Strangers When We Meet (1995) ~12 - Hallo Spaceboy (1996) PSB ~ 13 - Dead Man Walking (1997) ~ 14 - Thursday Child (1999) ~ 15 - Survive (1999) ~ 16 - Pretty Things Are Going To Hell - (1999) ~ 17 - Advert (1999) ~ 18 - Slow Burn Rehearsal ~ 19 - Slow Burn (2002) ~ 20 - Fame (2002) ~ 21 - I Took A Trip On A Gemini Spaceship (2002) ~ 22 - Everyone Says Hi (2002) ~ Bonus Footage 23 - The Jean Genie 1(973)
Top of the Pops, also known as TOTP, is a British music chart television programme, made by the BBC and originally broadcast weekly between 1 January 1964 and 30 July 2006. It was traditionally shown every Thursday evening on BBC1, before being moved to Fridays in 1996, and then to Sundays on BBC Two in 2005. Each weekly programme consisted of performances from some of that week's best-selling popular music artists, with a rundown of that week's singles chart. Additionally, there was a special edition of the programme on Christmas Day, featuring some of the best-selling singles of the year. Although the weekly show was cancelled, the Christmas special has continued. It also survives as Top of the Pops 2, which began in 1994 and features vintage performances from the Top of the Pops archives. In the 1990s, the show's format was sold to several foreign broadcasters in the form of a franchise package, and at one point various versions of the show were shown in nearly 100 countries. Editions of the programme from the 1970s are being repeated on most Thursdays on BBC Four.
Top of the Pops: Reloaded is a weekly children's music show broadcast as part of the Saturday morning CBBC schedule on BBC Two. It was based on the show, Top Of The Pops, following on from its predecessor Top of the Pops Saturday. It was shown on BBC Two at 11am on Saturdays and repeated at 6pm on the CBBC Channel on Sunday. Presenters included Fearne Cotton, Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes. The show also regularly featured Radio 1 DJs JK & Joel. From episode twelve onwards, a new feature was introduced where digital viewers could press their red button to access a different choice of music. Richard Oliff was the first ever 'Dad-Dancer' to be featured on the show, performing to Mylo's Doctor Pressure.
Top of the Pops 2 is a British television music show broadcast on BBC Two, showing archive footage from the long-running Top of the Pops show, some dating back to the 1960s when the programme first aired on British television. For the most of Top of the Pops 2, the 2 in their logo is the BBC Two '2' from their idents, first used in 1991, though in 2002 until 2006 the '2' symbol was a new one.
Top Gear of the Pops is a one-off special of Top Gear, broadcast in the evening on 16 March 2007. It was shown as part of the Comic Relief 2007 appeal, mixing the usual elements of Top Gear with Top of the Pops, the music chart show that was cancelled in 2006. The standard Top Gear opening sequence had its car footage replaced with vintage clips of Top of the Pops, and, while The Cool Wall was mentioned at the beginning, it was not included in the broadcast. The programme was produced for Comic Relief as a replacement for a quiz show, A Question of Comedy, which had been recorded some months earlier but withdrawn because the involvement of Jade Goody as a contestant was felt inappropriate following the controversy surrounding her appearance on Celebrity Big Brother 5.