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Top Of The Pops
Jimmy Savile (1964–1984)
David Jensen (1976–1984)
Mike Read (1978–1989)
Simon Bates (1979–1988)
Steve Wright (1980–1989)
John Peel (1981–1987)
Janice Long (1982–1988)
|Filmed|| BBC Television Centre, London, UK|
(Other locations also used)
|Years Active||1 January 1964 – 30 July 2006 (Weekly format)|
|Associated Acts||The Smiths, Morrissey|
Top Of The Pops (common acronym TOTP) is a British popular music television programme, broadcast on the BBC from 1964 to present.
It's format follows the UK singles chart top 40, of which the current positions are announced throughout the show.
Most of the broadcasts were from BBC Television Centre, located in west London, England.
It's presenters were BBC Radio One DJ's for most of it's run, including Janice Long and John Peel.
The show was broadcast weekly until viewing figures began to fall in the early 2000's, and after moving from BBC1 to BBC2, the decision was made to axe the regular show in 2006 .
Since then only occasional 'specials' have been made, such as the Christmas TOTP, which is ongoing and is aired each Christmas Day afternoon.
The Smiths Appearances
24 November 1983: This Charming Man
26 January 1984: What Difference Does It Make?
9 February 1984: What Difference Does It Make?
26 April 1984: The Smiths & Sandie Shaw, Hand In Glove
31 May 1984: Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
14 June 1984: Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
30 August 1984: William, It Was Really Nothing
14 February 1985: How Soon Is Now?
10 October 1985: The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
5 February 1987: Shoplifters Of The World Unite
23 April 1987: Sheila Take A Bow
9 June 1988: Everyday Is Like Sunday
9 February 1989: The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
3 May 1990: November Spawned A Monster
8 August 1991: Pregnant For The Last Time
10 October 1991: My Love Life
7 May 1992: We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
3 March 1994: The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get
1 August 1997: Alma Matters
19 September 1997: Roy's Keen
10 May 2004: Irish Blood, English Heart
23 July 2004: First Of The Gang To Die