Top of the Pops Season 27

Season 27

Top of the Pops Season 27

First Air Date: January 04, 1990

First Aired on    :   1990
Episodes    :   52 episodes



Episodes

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27x52 Christmas Special 1990 (December 25, 1990)


Mark Goodier and Anthea Turner present a Top of the Pops Christmas Day special, including a review of the hits that topped the charts in 1990 and featuring performances by The Beautiful South, Elton John and Kylie Minogue.


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27x51 December 20, 1990 (December 20, 1990)


Bruno Brookes presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 20 December 1990 and featuring Snap!, Cliff Richard and The Carpenters.


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27x50 December 13, 1990 (December 13, 1990)


Simon Mayo presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 13 December 1990 and featuring Shakin' Stevens, Malandra Burrows and Seal.


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27x49 December 6, 1990 (December 06, 1990)


Mark Goodier presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 6 December 1990 and featuring The Farm, Cliff Richard and Vanilla Ice.


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27x48 November 29, 1990 (November 29, 1990)


Nicky Campbell presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 29 November 1990 and featuring Dream Warriors, Chris Isaak and Pet Shop Boys


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27x47 November 22, 1990 (November 22, 1990)


Anthea Turner presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 22 November 1990 and featuring EMF, The Proclaimers and Julee Cruise.


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27x46 November 15, 1990 (November 15, 1990)


Bruno Brookes present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 15 November 1990 and featuring Black Box, Inspiral Carpets and Caron Wheeler.


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27x45 November 8, 1990 (November 08, 1990)


Gary Davies presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 8 November 1990 and featuring Jason Donovan, EMF and Jimmy Somerville.


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27x44 November 1, 1990 (November 01, 1990)


Simon Mayo presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 1 November 1990 and featuring Black Box, Kim Appleby and Kylie Minogue.


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27x43 October 25, 1990 (October 25, 1990)


Jakki Brambles presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 25 October 1990 and featuring Belinda Carlisle, Jason Donovan and The Beautiful South.


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27x42 October 18, 1990 (October 18, 1990)


Mark Goodier presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 18 October 1990 and featuring a-ha, Happy Mondays and Innocence.


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27x41 October 11, 1990 (October 11, 1990)


Bruno Brookes presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 11 October 1990 and featuring The Chimes, The Sisters of Mercy and Neneh Cherry.


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27x40 October 4, 1990 (October 04, 1990)


Simon Mayo presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 4 October 1990 and featuring Pet Shop Boys, Maria McKee and Technotronic.


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27x39 September 27, 1990 (September 27, 1990)


Anthea Turner presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 27 September 1990 and featuring The Wedding Present, Maria McKee and Bass-O-Matic.


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27x38 September 20, 1990 (September 20, 1990)


Nicky Campbell presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 20 September 1990 and featuring The Farm, The Charlatans and Snap!


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27x37 September 13, 1990 (September 13, 1990)


Gary Davies presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 13 September 1990 and featuring Sonia, Maria McKee and INXS.


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27x36 September 6, 1990 (September 06, 1990)


Jakki Brambles presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 6 September 1990 and featuring Adamski, Mariah Carey and The Farm.


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27x35 August 30, 1990 (August 30, 1990)


Mark Goodier presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 30 August 1990 and featuring Aswad, Sonia and Betty Boo.


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27x34 August 23, 1990 (August 23, 1990)


Nicky Campbell presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 23 August 1990 and featuring The Human League, Tina Turner and Cliff Richard.


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27x33 August 16, 1990 (August 16, 1990)


Anthea Turner presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 16 August 1990 and featuring Go West, The KLF and Betty Boo.


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27x32 August 9, 1990 (August 09, 1990)


Gary Davies presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 9 August 1990 and featuring Hothouse Flowers, Bombalurina and Tricky Disco.


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27x31 August 2, 1990 (August 02, 1990)


Bruno Brookes presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 2 August 1990 and featuring Dream Warriors, Duran Duran and Prince.


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27x30 July 26, 1990 (July 26, 1990)


Jakki Brambles presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 26 July 1990 and featuring Blue Pearl, The Soup Dragons and Paula Abdul.


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27x29 July 19, 1990 (July 19, 1990)


Mark Goodier presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 19 July 1990 and featuring Paul Young, Inspiral Carpets and Dream Warriors.


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27x28 July 12, 1990 (July 12, 1990)


Anthea Turner presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 12 July 1990 and featuring Elton John, The Stone Roses and Gun.


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27x27 July 5, 1990 (July 05, 1990)


Nicky Campbell presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 5 July 1990 and including performances by Inspiral Carpets, Double Trouble and Massivo featuring Tracy.


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27x26 June 28, 1990 (June 28, 1990)


Gary Davies presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 28 June 1990 and featuring Bob Geldof, Elton John and Maxi Priest.


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27x25 June 22, 1990 (June 22, 1990)


Jakki Brambles presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 22 June 1990 and featuring Magnum, Yazz and Elton John.


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27x24 June 14, 1990 (June 14, 1990)


Bruno Brookes presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 14 June 1990 and featuring Maureen, Guru Josh and Maxi Priest.


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27x23 June 7, 1990 (June 07, 1990)


Mark Goodier presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 7 June 1990 and featuring Pop Will Eat Itself, Don Pablo's Animals and Elton John.


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27x22 May 31, 1990 (May 31, 1990)


Simon Mayo presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 31 May 1990 and featuring Black Box, Sam Brown and Adamski.


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27x21 May 24, 1990 (May 24, 1990)


Anthea Turner presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 24 May 1990 and featuring Beats International, En Vogue and The B-52s.


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27x20 May 18, 1990 (May 18, 1990)


Nicky Campbell presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 18 May 1990 and featuring Hothouse Flowers, The Pasadenas and Paul Young.


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27x19 May 10, 1990 (May 10, 1990)


Gary Davies presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 10 May 1990 and featuring Kylie Minogue, Adamski and Beats International.


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27x18 May 3, 1990 (May 03, 1990)


Simon Mayo presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 3 May 1990 and featuring Sinitta, Morrissey and BBG.


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27x17 April 26, 1990 (April 26, 1990)


Bruno Brookes presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 26 April 1990 and featuring Tongue 'n' Cheek, Jesus Jones and Unique 3.


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27x16 April 19, 1990 (April 19, 1990)


Jakki Brambles presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 19 April 1990 and featuring Sonia, Faith No More and Adamski.


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27x15 April 12, 1990 (April 12, 1990)


Mark Goodier presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 12 April 1990 and featuring The Cure, Bizz Nizz and Jesus Jones.


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27x14 April 5, 1990 (April 05, 1990)


Anthea Turner presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 5 April 1990 and featuring Jason Donovan, They Might Be Giants and Happy Mondays.


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27x13 March 29, 1990 (March 29, 1990)


Nicky Campbell presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 29 March 1990 and featuring Bizz Nizz, Candy Flip and Jam Tronik.


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27x12 March 22, 1990 (March 22, 1990)


Gary Davies presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 22 March 1990 and featuring Orbital, Snap! and Big Fun.


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27x11 March 15, 1990 (March 15, 1990)


Simon Mayo presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 15 March 1990 and featuring Inspiral Carpets, Primal Scream and Candy Flip.


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27x10 March 8, 1990 (March 08, 1990)


Bruno Brookes presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 8 March 1990 and featuring Bros, Guru Josh and Marc Almond.


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27x09 March 1, 1990 (March 01, 1990)


Jakki Brambles presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 1 March 1990 and featuring Shakin Stevens, Electribe 101 and Michael Bolton.


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27x08 February 22, 1990 (February 22, 1990)


Mark Goodier presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 22 February 1990 and featuring Tina Turner, Beats International and Adam Ant.


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27x07 February 15, 1990 (February 15, 1990)


Anthea Turner presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 15 February 1990 and featuring Sinead O'Connor, The Wedding Present and Black Box.


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27x06 February 8, 1990 (February 08, 1990)


Gary Davies presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 8 February 1990 and featuring Phil Collins, The Beloved and Beats International.


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27x05 February 2, 1990 (February 02, 1990)


Bruno Brookes presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 2 February 1990 and featuring Sybil, Sinead O'Connor and The House of Love.


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27x04 January 26, 1990 (January 26, 1990)


Simon Mayo and Jakki Brambles present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 26 January 1990 and featuring Phil Collins, Sinead O'Connor and Yell!


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27x03 January 18, 1990 (January 18, 1990)


Nicky Campbell presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 18 January 1990 and featuring Halo James, The Quireboys and Martika.


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27x02 January 11, 1990 (January 11, 1990)


Simon Mayo presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 11 January 1990 and featuring Deacon Blue, New Kids on the Block and The Mission.


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27x01 January 4, 1990 (January 04, 1990)


Gary Davies presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 4 January 1990 and featuring The Quireboys, Sonia and Latino Rave.




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