2008 Episode Guide



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Boxing Day 1967

Part 2. A look at Britain's best-selling discs and artists from 1967. Including performances from The Beatles, The Bee Gees, Long John Baldry, Procol Harum, Cliff Richard, and Engelbert Humperdinck. Introduced by Alan Freeman, Pete Murray, & Jimmy Savile.


Christmas Day 1978

Noel Edmonds introduces a special Christmas Day edition, featuring some of the No 1 records of 1978. Including performances from Boney M, Wings, Father Abraham & The Smurfs, and Brian & Michael.


Christmas 1994

The boys from Take That present 1994's biggest selling songs, and reveal exclusively the Christmas Day number one. Live in the studio are D:Ream, Doop, Stiltskin, Wet Wet Wet, Mariah Carey, Let Loose, Whigfield and Take That.


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15/02/1968

A look at Britain's best-selling discs, artists, and news from the Top 20. Including performances from The Foundations, Alan Price Set, and Herman’s Hermits. Introduced by Jimmy Savile & Dave Cash.


Christmas Day 2008

Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates introduce some of the biggest artists and tracks of 2008, plus a look at the Christmas number one of 2008. Including performances from Take That, Sam Sparro, Girls Aloud, and Vampire Weekend.


New Year's Eve 2008

Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates look back at the year in music, with performances in the studio and highlights from Coldplay at the BBC, and festival performances such as Madonna at Radio 1's Big Weekend and Kings of Leon at Glastonbury. Including performances from Girls Aloud, Gabriella Cilmi, Estelle, and Akon.




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