Starting a thread off for the long-running music programme Top of the Pops, which began on the BBC in January 1964 and ended in the 2000s (can't remember which year it ended as I'd stopped watching it long before then). The BBC still air an annual show at Christmas with some of the most memorable songs from the year. There has also been a TOTP2 show, where archive performances are compiled together with onscreen bits of trivia. UK Gold many years ago repeated some selected editions of Top of the Pops as well. Last year, BBC Four started repeating Top of the Pops from around April 1976. When an edition of the programme has been missing from the archives BBC Four show The Sky at Night. Last week's edition, from 31st March, 1977, is missing in the BBC archives, but the presenter of that edition David Hamiliton, had an off-air recording of the show. The picture quality wasn't as good, but didn't detract from the enjoyment of listening to and watching the performances. The UK No.1 at this time was ABBA with Knowing Me, Knowing You (they had knocked Manhattan Transfer (with Chanson D'Amour) off No.1, who had had a three week reign at the top spot). David Soul was at the No.2 spot. This week's edition, from 7th April, 1977, was presented by David Jensen.