With Heatwave, David Bowie, Rod Stewart, Elvis Costello, The Jacksons and Bob Marley.
How Top of the Pops in 1977 was stormed by punk and new wave acts such as the Jam.
Top of the Pops returns for Christmas Day, with Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates.
Top of the Pops in 1976, as a barometer of the state of pop and light entertainment TV.
With The Rolling Stones, Tom Jones, Status Quo, Procol Harum, Stevie Wonder and The Kinks.
Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates review 2009's greatest hits and brightest stars.
Performances from the year's biggest stars, plus the Christmas number one.
A look back at the year in music, with performances in the studio and festival highlights.
Performances from the biggest artists of 2008, and the year's Christmas Number One.
Take That review the chart hits of 1994.
Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates present studio performances from Christmas chart-toppers.
End-of-year special featuring Gnarls Barkley, Lily Allen, The Ordinary Boys and McFly.
Best-selling singles, plus pre-chart exclusives.
Jamie Theakton presents acts including Sisqo, Hanson, Toni Braxton and Oasis.
Gail Porter presents a rundown of hits from the top 20, including Texas's "Summer Son".
The 1997 Christmas edition, with Eternal, Hanson, Chumbawamba, Gala and Shola Ama.
Ian Wright welcomes the Bee Gees, Cathy Dennis and the Spice Girls to the studio.
Rhona Cameron presents performances by East 17, Texas, Madonna and Tori Amos.
Jockey Frankie Dettori presents the pick of this week's pop music, including Bjork.
Peter Andre presents this edition of the chart music show, which features Michael Jackson.
Pato Banton, Mark Morrison, Suede and Robbie Williams perform live in the studio.
Wet Wet Wet perform "Julia Says" and Boo Radleys sing "Wake Up Boo".
Celine Dion sings "Think Twice" and Annie Lennox performs "No More I Love You's".
Gary Davies and Janice Long present the programme, first broadcast on 12 December 1985.
Peter Powell and Dixie Peach present David Grant & Jaki Graham, Whitney Houston and more.
Janice Long and Paul Jordan present Madness, Wham, Dee C Lee, Lionel Richie and more.
Featuring A-ha, Far Corporation, Level 42, UB40, and Jennifer Rush.
Featuring Feargal Sharkey, Elton John, King, Jennifer Rush and Shakin' Stevens.
Featuring Shakin' Stevens, A-ha, Elton John, Colonel Abrams and Jennifer Rush.