Top of the Pops Season 13
Top of the Pops Season 13
First Air Date: January 01, 1976
|First Aired on||:||1976|
13x54 Christmas Special (December 26, 1976)
Brotherhood of Man, Billy Ocean, Sailor, the Real Thing, Showaddywaddy and Rod Stewart.
13x53 Christmas Day Special (December 25, 1976)
With Slik, JJ Barrie, Tina Charles, Demis Roussos, Cliff Richard, ABBA, Pussycat and Queen.
13x52 23th December 1976 (December 23, 1976)
With Thin Lizzy, Barry Biggs, John Christie, Paul Nicholas, Liverpool Express and Status Quo.
13x51 16th December 1976 (December 16, 1976)
13x50 9th December 1976 (December 09, 1976)
With Paul Nicholas, Tommy Hunt, the Kursaal Flyers, Jethro Tull and Showaddywaddy.
13x49 2nd December 1976 (December 02, 1976)
13x48 25th November 1976 (November 25, 1976)
With the Kursaal Flyers, Billy Ocean, Cliff Richard, Elton John, Chicago and Legs & Co.
13x47 18th November 1976 (November 18, 1976)
13x46 11th November 1976 (November 11, 1976)
13x45 4th November 1976 (November 04, 1976)
With Showaddywaddy, Bonnie Tyler, Climax Blues Band, the Manhattans and the Who.
13x44 28th October 1976 (October 28, 1976)
With Alan Price, Simon May, Pussycat, Joan Armatrading, Leo Sayer and Chicago.
13x43 21st October 1976 (October 21, 1976)
With Paul Nicholas, John Miles, Demis Roussos and Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel.
13x42 14th October 1976 (October 14, 1976)
With Simon May, Liverpool Express, JALN Band, Sherbet and David Essex.
13x41 7th October 1976 (October 07, 1976)
With Pussycat, T Rex, Paul Nicholas, Smokie, the Manhattans and Abba.
13x40 30th September 1976 (September 30, 1976)
With Randy Edelman, Sherbet, Tina Charles, Demis Roussos, Can and Jesse Green.
13x39 23rd September 1976 (September 23, 1976)
With Smokie, Kiki Dee, The Drifters, Manfred Mann's Earth Band and Bay City Rollers.
13x38 16th September 1976 (September 16, 1976)
13x37 9th September 1976 (September 09, 1976)
With Eddie and the Hot Rods, the Wurzels, the Bay City Rollers, Kiki Dee and Twiggy.
13x36 2nd September 1976 (September 02, 1976)
13x35 26th August 1976 (August 26, 1976)
With Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Robin Sarstedt, Cliff Richard and Gallagher and Lyle.
13x34 19th August 1976 (August 19, 1976)
With Hot Chocolate, 5,000 Volts, Johnny Wakelin, Jesse Green, Twiggy and David Dundas.
13x33 12th August 1976 (August 12, 1976)
13x32 5th August 1976 (August 05, 1976)
With Slik, David Dundas, Sheer Elegance, Billy Ocean, Twiggy and Elton John & Kiki Dee.
13x31 29th July 1976 (July 29, 1976)
With Thin Lizzy, Chanter Sisters, Liverpool Express and Jimmy James and the Vagabonds.
13x30 22nd July 1976 (July 22, 1976)
With Steve Harley and the Cockney Rebels, David Dundas, Elton John and Kiki Dee and more.
13x29 15th July 1976 (July 15, 1976)
Noel Edmonds presents the weekly pop chart and introduces acts including Sunfighter.
13x28 8th July 1976 (July 08, 1976)
Tony Blackburn looks at the weekly pop chart, including Sutherland Brothers & Quiver.
13x27 1st July 1976 (July 01, 1976)
13x26 24th June 1976 (June 24, 1976)
David Hamilton looks at the weekly pop chart and introduces Pilot and Brian Ferry.
13x25 17 June 1976 (June 17, 1976)
With Gallagher and Lyle, Brotherhood of Man, Mud, Liverpool Express and Murray Head.
13x24 10th June 1976 (June 10, 1976)
With the Surprise Sisters, the Real Thing, Flintlock, Osibisa and Bryan Ferry.
13x23 3rd June 1976 (June 03, 1976)
With the Glitter Band, New Edition, JJ Barrie, Our Kid, Cliff Richard, Mud and Thin Lizzy.
13x22 27th May 1976 (May 27, 1976)
With the Wurzels, JJ Barrie, Mac and Katie Kissoon and Gladys Knight and the Pips.
13x21 20th May 1976 (May 20, 1976)
With Showaddywaddy, Marmalade, Tina Charles, Robin Sarstedt, Mud and Cliff Richard.
13x20 13th May 1976 (May 13, 1976)
With City Boy, Lee Garrett, Jimmy James and the Vagabonds, Paul Nicholas and the Wurzels.
13x19 6th May 1976 (May 06, 1976)
With Mud, Barry Manilow, Robin Sarstedt, Sutherland Bros & Quiver and Cliff Richard.
13x18 29th April 1976 (April 29, 1976)
With Slik, E.L.O, Laurie Lingo and the Dipsticks and Brotherhood of Man.
13x17 22 April 1976 (April 22, 1976)
With John Miles, Harpo, Sheer Elegance, the Rubettes, Gilbert O'Sullivan and Abba. .
13x16 15 April 1976 (April 15, 1976)
Featuring Fox, Sailor, Smokie, Eric Carmen, the Stylistics and Brotherhood of Man.
13x15 8th April 1976 (April 08, 1976)
With Abba, Hot Chocolate, the Brotherhood of Man, Sheer Elegance and Paul Nicholas.
13x14 1st April 1976 (April 01, 1976)
With Abba, the Brotherhood of Man, the Beatles, Fox, John Miles, Diana Ross and Sailor.
13x13 Episode 13 (March 25, 1976)
13x12 Episode 12 (March 18, 1976)
13x11 Episode 11 (March 11, 1976)
13x10 Episode 10 (March 04, 1976)
13x09 Episode 9 (February 26, 1976)
13x08 Episode 8 (February 19, 1976)
13x07 Episode 7 (February 12, 1976)
13x06 Episode 6 (February 05, 1976)
13x05 Episode 5 (January 29, 1976)
13x04 Episode 4 (January 22, 1976)
13x03 Episode 3 (January 15, 1976)
13x02 The Story Of 1976 (January 08, 1976)
The nation grew up with Top of the Pops and it was always a talking point, but 35 years ago a particular kind of Top of the Pops programme and tone held sway. This documentary explores Top of the Pops in 1976 - as a barometer of the state of pop and light entertainment TV. It celebrates the power of the programme and observes British society of the mid 70s, British TV and the British pop scene. In 1976, glam was over and nothing had replaced it - the charts belonged to Showaddywaddy, Brotherhood of Man and the Wurzels, all to be found on Top of the Pops hosted by the Radio 1 DJs. If you wanted rock you looked to the Old Grey Whistle Test, while outside the charts a new scene was rumbling. Contributors include Tony Blackburn, David 'Diddy' Hamilton, Paul Morley, Toyah Willcox, Showaddywaddy, Brotherhood of Man, the Wurzels and Dave Haslam.
13x01 1st January 1976 (January 01, 1976)
Playlist: • Flyers - Do the Buster [Performance] • Slik - Forever & ever [Performance] • Glyder - Pick up & go [Performance] • Billy Howard - King of the Cops [Promo Video] • Dana - It's gonna be a cold Christmas [Repeat Performance] • Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody [Promo Video] • Greg Lake - I believe in Father Christmas [Promo Video] • Mike Oldfield - Portsmouth [Performance] Presenter: Jimmy Savile