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A switch to the Top 40 was made in Radio One also changed to the Top 30 in the early 70s and to the Top 40 in The show saw many changes through the decades, in style, design, fashion and taste. It periodically had some aspect of its title sequence, logo and theme tune, format, or set design altered in some way, keeping the show looking modern despite its age. The programme had several executive producers during its run although not all were billed as suchin charge of the overall production of the show, although specific content on individual shows was sometimes decided by other producers.
When Stewart left the show inafter nearly 10 years in charge, he was replaced by Robin Nash. Both Stewart and Nash made brief returns to the show as producer after they left, in and respectively.
Stewart devised the rules which governed how the show would operate: The show would include the highest new entry and if not featured in the previous week the highest climber on the charts, and omit any song going down in the chart.
For example, if a song was played over the chart countdown or the closing credits, then it was acceptable for the act to appear in the studio the following week. These rules were sometimes interpreted flexibly and were more formally relaxed from when records descending the charts were featured more regularly, possibly as a response to the changing nature of the Top 40 in the late s and early s climbers in the charts were a rarity, with almost all singles peaking at their debut position.
When the programme's format changed in Novemberit concentrated increasingly on the top Later, during the BBC Two era, the top 20 was regarded as the main cut-off point, with the exception made for up and coming bands below the top Singles from below the top 40 within the top 75 were shown if the band were up and coming or had a strong selling album.
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If a single being performed was below the top 40, just the words "New Entry" were shown and not the chart position. The show was originally intended to run for only a few programmes but lasted over 42 years, reaching landmark episodes of1, 1, and 2, in the years and  respectively.
The first show[ edit ] Top of the Pops was first broadcast on Wednesday, 1 January at 6: Additionally its length was extended by 5 minutes to 30 minutes.
For the first three years Alan Freeman, David JacobsPete Murray and Jimmy Savile rotated presenting duties, with the following week's presenter also appearing at the end of each show, although this practice ceased from October onwards.
In the first few editions, Denise Sampey was the "disc girl", who would be seen to put the record on a turntable before the next act played their track. He would continue in the role until These features were dropped after a while, although the programme continued to feature new releases on a regular basis for the rest of the decade.
During its heyday, it attracted 15 million viewers each week.
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The first was shown on 26 December The first show, due to be screened on 21 December, was not shown at all because BBC1 was off the air. The format was slightly tweaked for the Christmas Day edition inwith the Radio 1 DJs choosing their favourite tracks of the year  and the following edition on 31 December featuring the year's number 1 hits.
Guest co-presenters and a music news feature were introduced for a short while, but had ceased by the end of The chart rundown was split into three sections in the middle of the programme, with the final Top 10 section initially featuring clips of the songs' videos, although this became rarer over the next few years. An occasional feature showing the American music scene with Jonathan King was introduced in Novemberand ran every few weeks until February In Januarya Breakers section, featuring short video clips of new tracks in the lower end of the Top 40, was introduced, and this continued for most weeks until March Although the programme had been broadcast live in its early editions, it had been recorded on the day before transmission for many years.
However, from Maythe show was sometimes broadcast live for a few editions each year, and this practice continued on an occasional basis often in the week of a bank holiday, when the release of the new chart was delayed, and for some special editions for the rest of the decade. The programme moved in September to a new regular half-hour timeslot of 7pm on Thursdays, where it would remain until June The end of was marked by a special minute edition of the show broadcast on 31 Decemberto celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first show.
The pre-recorded programme featured the return of the original four presenters Savile, Freeman, Murray and Jacobs as well as numerous presenters from the show's history, anchored by Paul Gambaccini and Mike Read. The following year, in an attempt to fit more songs in the allocated half hour, he restricted the duration of studio performances to three minutes, and videos to two minutes, a practice which was largely continued until May In Julyhe introduced a rundown of the Top 5 albums, which continued on a monthly basis until May Ciani had to step down due to illness inwhen Hurll returned as producer to cover for two months and again for a brief time as holiday cover in However, during the last few years of the s the association became less close, and was severed completely although not permanently in a radical shake-up known as the 'Year Zero' revamp.
Following a fall in viewing figures and a general perception that the show had become 'uncool' acts like The Clash had refused to appear in the show in previous yearsa radical new format was introduced by incoming executive producer Stanley Appel who had worked on the programme since as cameraman, production assistant, director and stand-in producer  in Octoberin which the Radio 1 DJs were replaced by a team of relative unknowns, such as Claudia Simon and Tony Dortie who had previously worked for Children's BBCyear-old local radio DJ Mark Franklin, Steve Anderson, Adrian Rose and Elayne Smith, who was replaced by Femi Oke in The new presenting team would take turns hosting initially usually in pairs but sometimes soloand would often introduce acts in an out-of-vision voiceover over the song's instrumental introduction.
That is the promise of United States coach Mike Friday, who said the speedster is recovering from ACL reconstruction and is ready to light up stadiums once again from next season onwards. Is F1 driver Daniel Ricciardo looking for Sevens tickets? We start off with Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo.
What has he got to do with the Hong Kong Sevens, you ask? The Australian was seen walking down Causeway Bay on Thursday looking left and right and crossing a road. The Red Bull driver looked completely at ease and at home as he strolled past Times Square soaking in that unique Hong Kong atmosphere.
The question remains, though, as to why he was looking left and right? We have one of three possible answers. He was looking for a Formula One circuit in Hong Kong. Our writer Unus Alladin will be interviewing Ricciardo on Wednesday. Look out for his piece. England are the only team to beat South Africa this season, achieving the feat on three occasions including in the finals in Cape Town and Vancouver.
Watch highlights from all of the six tournaments so far as we head into the biggest of them all, the Hong Kong Sevens. However, two years ago, he suffered an injury at the Hong Kong Sevens that he thought would end his career.
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Samoa face England, Australia and South Korea in the pool play this weekend. Solo saxophone from Griffe Saunders 6pm: Live music from The Still Unbroken 7.
Solo music performance by Owen Campbell 8. Live music from 9th State Ostrich eggs instead of rugby balls? However, apparently enough people were fooled to convince The Sun to list it as one of the best pranks of the day. Fijian firepower Interesting stat from Stat Attack about best attacking team so far this year. StatAttack Fiji is the best attacking team in the World 7s series this year: New Zealand were seen playing with tennis balls. The players were standing in cricket slips formation as the balls were hit to them and they had to make sure none made it past the cordon.