Top of the Pops Season 29

Season 29

Top of the Pops Season 29

First Air Date: January 02, 1992

First Aired on    :   1992
Episodes    :   51 episodes



Episodes

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29x51 December 25, 1992 (December 25, 1992)


The Top of the Pops Christmas Day special from 1992. Mark Franklin and Tony Dortie, together with their special guests, Sid Owen and Danniella Westbrook, review the year's chart hits.


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29x50 December 17, 1992 (December 17, 1992)


Tony Dortie, together with his special guest Mr Blobby, presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 17 December 1992 and featuring Madonna, East Side Beat, Gloria Estefan, Nirvana and The Wedding Present.


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29x49 December 10, 1992 (December 10, 1992)


Mark Franklin presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 10 December 1992 and featuring Take That, Shai, WWF Superstars, Diana Ross, KWS, Cliff Richard and Whitney Houston.


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29x48 December 3, 1992 (December 03, 1992)


Tony Dortie presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 3 December 1992 and featuring Stereo MC’s, Michael Jackson, Heaven 17, Dina Carroll, Boney M., Madonna, Simply Red and Whitney Houston.


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29x47 November 26, 1992 (November 26, 1992)


Mark Franklin presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 19 November 1992 and featuring Guns N’ Roses, Undercover, Carter USM, Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan, Rod Stewart and Charles & Eddie.


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29x46 November 19, 1992 (November 19, 1992)


Tony Dortie presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 19 November 1992 and featuring Cathy Dennis, Sonny & Cher, Heaven 17, Madness, The Pasadenas, Whitney Houston, Genesis and Charles & Eddie.


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29x45 November 12, 1992 (November 12, 1992)


Mark Franklin presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 12 November 1992 and featuring En Vogue, The Supremes, Michael Bolton, Vanessa Paradis, Undercover, Jason Donovan, Charles & Eddie, Neil Diamond and Boyz II Men.


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29x44 November 5, 1992 (November 05, 1992)


Tony Dortie presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 5 November 1992 and featuring The Rolling Stones, Little Angels, The Shamen, The Rockingbirds, Arrested Development, INXS and Boyz II Men.


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29x43 October 29, 1992 (October 29, 1992)


Mark Franklin presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 29 October 1992 and featuring Madonna, Go West, Leo Sayer, Felix, Zucchero & Pavarotti, Vanessa Paradis, Rage, Erasure and Boyz II Men.


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29x42 October 22, 1992 (October 22, 1992)


Tony Dortie presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 22 October 1992 and featuring Roxy Music, The Farm, Chris Rea, Björn Again, Arrested Development, Take That, The Chippendales and Tasmin Archer.


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29x41 October 15, 1992 (October 15, 1992)


Mark Franklin presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 15 October 1992 and featuring Sunscreem, Bizarre Inc featuring Angie Brown, Madonna, Doctor Spin, Boyz II Men, Bon Jovi and Tasmin Archer.


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29x40 October 8, 1992 (October 08, 1992)


Tony Dortie presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 8 October 1992 and featuring Ned’s Atomic Dustbin, M People, Tasmin Archer, Prince and The New Power Generation, Dina Carroll, Billy Ray Cyrus, Take That and The Shamen.


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29x39 October 1, 1992 (October 01, 1992)


Mark Franklin and Claudia Simon present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 1 October 1992 and featuring Stereo MC's, Crowded House, Doctor Spin, Dr. Alban, and Bob Marley and the Wailers.


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29x38 September 24, 1992 (September 24, 1992)


Mark Franklin presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 24 September 1992 and featuring Messiah, Sade, Boy George, Suede, Boyz II Men, Tasmin Archer, Mike Oldfield and Snap!


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29x37 September 17, 1992 (September 17, 1992)


Presenters: Adrian Rose & Femi Oke Playlist: (29) EMF – They’re Here (9) Manic Street Preachers – Theme From M*A*S*H (Suicide Is Painless) (28) Inspiral Carpets – Generations (5) Brian May – Too Much Love Will Kill You (video) (35) Happy Mondays – Stinkin’ Thinkin’ (30) Daniel O’Donnell – I Just Want To Dance With You (NEW) Soul II Soul – Just Right (1) The Shamen – Ebeneezer Goode


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29x36 September 10, 1992 (September 10, 1992)


Presenter: Tony Dortie Playlist: (15) East 17 – House Of Love (34) The Christians – What’s In A Word (via satellite) (3) Undercover – Baker Street (37) Freddie Jackson – Me And Mrs. Jones (20) INXS – Baby Don’t Cry (video) (40) Del Amitri – Just Like A Man (NEW) Boy George – The Crying Game (1) Snap – Rhythm Is A Dancer (video)


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29x35 September 3, 1992 (September 03, 1992)


Presenters: Mark Franklin & Femi Oke Playlist: (24) Bananarama – Movin’ On (6) The Shamen – Ebeneezer Goode (NEW) Sonia – Boogie Nights (18) Dr. Alban – It’s My Life (11) Lionel Richie – My Destiny (25) U96 – Das Boot (NEW) Sinead O’Connor – Success Has Made A Failure Of Our Home (via satellite) (1) Snap – Rhythm Is A Dancer (video)


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29x34 August 27, 1992 (August 27, 1992)


Presenters: Adrian Rose & Claudia Simon Playlist: (3) Billy Ray Cyrus – Achy Breaky Heart (US 1) Boyz II Men – End Of The Road (video) (5) Jon Secada – Just Another Day (4) Undercover – Baker Street (2) Luther Vandross & Janet Jackson – The Best Things In Life Are Free (video) (9) Annie Lennox – Walking On Broken Glass (NEW) George Benson & Patti Austin – I’ll Keep Your Dreams Alive (1) Snap – Rhythm Is A Dancer (video)


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29x33 August 20, 1992 (August 20, 1992)


Presenter: Mark Franklin Playlist: (14) KWS – Rock Your Baby (NEW) Extreme – Rest In Peace (via satellite) (6) Felix – Don’t You Want Me (18) Paul Weller – Uh Huh Oh Yeh (NEW) Michael Jackson – Jam (video) (22) Thunder – Low Life In High Places (28) Bobby Brown – Humpin’ Around (video) (24) Roy Orbison & k.d. lang – Crying (video) (23) Annie Lennox – Walking On Broken Glass (video) (16) Kylie Minogue – What Kind Of Fool (Heard It All Before) (1) Snap – Rhythm Is A Dancer (video)


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29x32 August 13, 1992 (August 13, 1992)


Tony Dortie presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 13 August 1992 and featuring Take That, Undercover, Freddie Mercury and Montserrat Caballé, Betty Boo, 2 Unlimited, Annie Lennox and Snap!


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29x31 July 30, 1992 (July 30, 1992)


Mark Franklin presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 30 July 1992 and featuring The Shamen, Kris Kross, Betty Boo, Madness, Roxette, Sir Mix-a-Lot, Jimmy Nail and Madonna.


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29x30 July 23, 1992 (July 23, 1992)


Claudia Simon and Tony Dortie present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 23 July 1992 and featuring Sunscreem, Snap!, Shakespears Sister, Enya, Prince and The New Power Generation, Jon Secada, Elton John and Eric Clapton, Jimmy Nail and Was (Not Was).


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29x29 July 16, 1992 (July 16, 1992)


Mark Franklin presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 16 July 1992 and featuring Wet Wet Wet, Madonna, The Wedding Present, Jason Donovan, Billy Ray Cyrus, The Shamen, Sophie B. Hawkins and Jimmy Nail.


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29x28 July 9, 1992 (July 09, 1992)


Presenters: Adrian Rose & Femi Oke Playlist: (3) Smart E’s – Sesame’s Treat (15) Roy Orbison – I Drove All Night (video) (24) Dina Carroll – Ain’t No Man (22) Joe Cocker – Unchain My Heart (10) Diana Ross – One Shining Moment (video) (11) Urban Hype – A Trip To Trumpton (NEW) Bryan Adams – All I Want Is You (1) Erasure – Take A Chance On Me (video)


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29x27 July 2, 1992 (July 02, 1992)


Presenter: Tony Dortie Playlist: (US 9) Arrested Development – Tennessee (16) Altern-8 – Hypnotic St-8 (12) Def Leppard – Make Love Like A Man (video) (6) Electronic – Disappointed (13) Snap – Rhythm Is A Dancer (video) (3) Richard Marx – Hazard (via satellite) (NEW) Jimmy Nail – Ain’t No Doubt (1) Erasure – Abba-Esque E.P. (video)


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29x26 June 25, 1992 (June 25, 1992)


Presenters: Adrian Rose & Claudia Simon Playlist: (13) TLC – Ain’t 2 Proud 2 Beg (11) Mariah Carey – I’ll Be There (12) U2 – Even Better Than The Real Thing (video) (19) Tori Amos – Crucify (15) Megadeth – Symphony Of Destruction (14) Diana Ross – One Shining Moment (NEW) Wet Wet Wet – Lip Service (1) Erasure – Lay All Your Love On Me (video)


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29x25 June 18, 1992 (June 18, 1992)


Mark Franklin and Sir Bob Geldof present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 18 June 1992 and featuring Take That, The Orb, Sophie B. Hawkins, Utah Saints, Elton John, Def Leppard and Erasure.


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29x24 June 13, 1992 (June 13, 1992)


Presenters: Femi Oke & Adrian Rose Playlist: (19) Incognito – Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing (7) Nick Berry – Heartbeat (video) (16) The Wedding Present – California (4) George Michael – Too Funky (video) (17) Manic Street Preachers – Motorcycle Emptiness (NEW) U2 – Even Better Than The Real Thing (video) (18) Cyndi Lauper – The World Is Stone (1) Erasure – Voulez-Vous (video)


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29x23 June 4, 1992 (June 04, 1992)


Tony Dortie and Claudia Simon present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 4 June 1992 and featuring Take That, Faith No More, Lionel Richie, Richard Marx, Utah Saints, Elton John, Erasure and KWS.


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29x22 May 28, 1992 (May 28, 1992)


Mark Franklin and Femi Oke present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 28 May 1992 and featuring Kris Kross, The Future Sound of London, Shut Up and Dance, Bassheads, Don-E and Lisa Stansfield.


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29x21 May 21, 1992 (May 21, 1992)


Presenters: Adrian Rose & Tony Dortie Playlist: (10) Ce Ce Peniston – Keep On Walkin’ (11) The Levellers – 15 Years (via satellite) (5) Ugly Kid Joe – Everything About You (video) (12) Richard Marx – Hazard (2) Guns N’ Roses – Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (video) (NEW) Elton John – The One (1) KWS – Please Don’t Go


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29x20 May 14, 1992 (May 14, 1992)


Mark Franklin present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 14 May 1992, featuring Shakespears Sister, The Wedding Present, Del Amitri, Kris Kross, En Vogue, Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson, CeCe Peniston and KWS.


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29x19 May 7, 1992 (May 07, 1992)


Presenters: Adrian Rose & Femi Oke Playlist: (7) Curiosity Killed The Cat – Hang On In There Baby (ALBUM TRACK) ZZ Top – Gimme All Your Lovin’ (via satellite) (12) 2 Unlimited – Workaholic (13) Extreme – Song For Love (video) (16) Kim Wilde – Love Is Holy (17) Morrissey – We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful (6) Metallica – Nothing Else Matters (video) (1) KWS – Please Don’t Go


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29x18 April 30, 1992 (April 30, 1992)


Tony Dortie and Claudia Simon present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 30 April 1992 and featuring Marc Almond, En Vogue, SL2, The Sisters of Mercy, Michael Jackson, The Cure and Right Said Fred.


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29x17 April 23, 1992 (April 23, 1992)


Mark Franklin and Femi Oke present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 23 April 1992 and featuring EMF, Curtis Stigers, Iron Maiden, Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine, Michael Jackson and Right Said Fred.


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29x16 April 16, 1992 (April 16, 1992)


Presenters: Adrian Rose & Claudia Simon Playlist: (21) Swing Out Sister – Am I The Same Girl (7) SL2 feat. Jah Screechy – On A Ragga Tip (NEW) Michael Ball – One Step Out Of Time (12) Ten Sharp – You (10) ZZ Top – Viva Las Vegas (video) (22) Brand New Heavies – Never Stop (NEW) Kylie Minogue – Finer Feelings (1) Right Said Fred – Deeply Dippy


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29x15 April 9, 1992 (April 09, 1992)


Femi Oke and Tony Dortie presents the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 9 April 1992 and featuring Praga Khan, Curtis Stigers, Altern 8, Vanessa Williams, Right Said Fred, Cher, Genesis and Shakespears Sister.


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29x14 April 2, 1992 (April 02, 1992)


Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse as Radio Fab FM DJs Dave Nice and Mike Smash present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 2 April 1992 and featuring W.A.S.P., Soul II Soul, Chris de Burgh and Roxette.


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29x13 March 26, 1992 (March 26, 1992)


Mark Franklin and Claudia Simon present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 26 March 1992 and featuring Erasure, Annie Lennox, Vanessa Williams and Soul II Soul, Right Said Fred, Def Leppard, Shakespears Sister, The Cure, Hammer, Wet Wet Wet and Manic Street Preachers.


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29x12 March 19, 1992 (March 19, 1992)


Presenters: Adrian Rose & Femi Oke Playlist: (18) Liquid – Sweet Harmony (7) Crowded House – Weather With You (via satellite) (11) Bruce Springsteen – Human Touch (video) (21) Lisa Stansfield – Time To Make You Mine (8) Mr. Big – To Be With You (video) (6) Ce Ce Peniston – Finally (NEW) Def Leppard – Let’s Get Rocked (1) Shakespear’s Sister – Stay (video)


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29x11 March 12, 1992 (March 12, 1992)


Tony Dortie and Claudia Simon present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 12 March 1992 and featuring Gun, The Wedding Present, Toxic Two, Nirvana, Clivillés and Cole, Eric Clapton, Annie Lennox, Mr. Big, U2 and Shakespears Sister.


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29x10 March 5, 1992 (March 05, 1992)


Mark Franklin and Femi Oke present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 5 March 1992 and featuring The Charlatans, Mr. Big, Opus III, The KLF, Crowded House, Shanice and Shakespears Sister.


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29x09 February 27, 1992 (February 27, 1992)


Presenters: Claudia Simon & adrian Rose Playlist: (15) Inspiral Carpets – Dragging Me Down (19) Alison Limerick – Make It On My Own (10) Madness – It Must Be Love (video) (20) Everything But The Girl – Love Is Strange (18) New Atlantic – I Know (NEW) U2 – One (via satellite) (1) Shakespear’s Sister – Stay (video)


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29x08 February 20, 1992 (February 20, 1992)


Tony Dortie and Mark Franklin present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 20 February 1992 and featuring The Brand New Heavies, The Temptations, Julia Fordham, Bryan Adams, Opus III, Simply Red, Shanice and Shakespears Sister.


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29x07 February 13, 1992 (February 13, 1992)


Steve Anderson and Claudia Simon present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 13 February 1992 and featuring Color Me Badd, Michael Jackson, Ride, Bryan Adams, The Pasadenas, Simply Red, The Temptations, Pearl Jam and Wet Wet Wet.


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29x06 February 6, 1992 (February 06, 1992)


Presenters: Mark Franklin & Adrian Rose Playlist: (12) Primal Scream – Movin’ On Up (2) 2 Unlimited – Twilight Zone (5) Curtis Stigers – I Wonder Why (6) Shakespear’s Sister – Stay (NEW) Michael Jackson – Remember The Time (video) (1) Wet Wet Wet – Goodnight Girl (video)


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29x05 January 30, 1992 (January 30, 1992)


Tony Dortie and Claudia Simon present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 30 January 1992 and featuring The Pasadenas, Kicks Like a Mule, James, The Wonder Stuff, Dream Frequency, Julia Fordham, Manic Street Preachers, DNA featuring Sharon Redd and Wet Wet Wet.


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29x04 January 23, 1992 (January 23, 1992)


Mark Franklin and Steve Anderson present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 23 January 1992 and featuring 2 Unlimited, Shakespears Sister, Curtis Stigers, Genesis, Kylie Minogue, Public Enemy, Mariah Carey and Wet Wet Wet.


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29x03 January 16, 1992 (January 16, 1992)


Presenters: Tony Dortie & Adrian Rose Playlist: (NEW) The Wonderstuff – Welcome To The Cheap Seats (3) Wet Wet Wet – Goodnight Girl (7) Ce Ce Peniston – We Got A Love Thang (9) Kiss – God Gave Rock And Roll To You II (video) (16) Des’ree – Feel So High (26) The Wedding Present – Blue Eyes (22) The Beautiful South – Old Red Eyes Is Back (1) Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody/The Days Of Our Lives (video)


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29x02 January 9, 1992 (January 09, 1992)


Mark Franklin and Claudia Simon present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 9 January 1992 and featuring Queen, The Sugarcubes, Isotonik, Kym Sims, Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine, The Stone Roses and Senseless Things.


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29x01 January 2, 1992 (January 02, 1992)


Presenters: Steve Anderson & Adrian Rose Playlist: (5) Right Said Fred feat. Jocelyn Brown – Don’t Talk Just Kiss (36) The Pogues & Kirsty MacColl – A Fairytale Of New York (9) Shaft – Roobard And Custard (8) Hammer – Addams Groove (video) (NEW) Cliff Richard – This New Year (20) Wet Wet Wet – Goodnight Girl (1) Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody (video)




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