Click for larger image T4 On The Beach
2011
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Click for larger image T In The Park
2006
Click for larger image Scotland's own music festival - T in the Park

Click for larger image T In The Park
2007
Click for larger image A great rock'n'roll look for the scottish music festival.

Click for larger image T In The Park
2008
Click for larger image T In The Park gets same look as 2007

Click for larger image T In The Park
2009
Click for larger image BBC Scotland drags out Radio 1 presenters once again to host T in the Park, standing in the same spot as they did last year.

Click for larger image T In The Park
2010
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Click for larger image T In The Park
2011
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Click for larger image Top of the Pops
1960s
One of the earliest sequences for TOTP. Now then,guys and gals this one could also be used during Sesame Street.

Click for larger image Top of the Pops
1970
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Click for larger image Top of the Pops
1970s
Click for larger image A classic set of titles, along with a version of Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love", from the 1970's. Tony Blackburn presented this edition.

Click for larger image Top of the Pops
9.8.1979
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Click for larger image Top of the Pops
1984
Click for larger image Top of the Pops from 1984 presented by Mike Smith and Richard Skinner

Click for larger image Top of the Pops
12.4.1984
Click for larger image DLT mentions at the start of the programme that the previous week's programme was not aired. This was due to industrial action the previous week which had forced BBC1 off air resulting in 18 hours of test card music and an apology caption.

Click for larger image Top of the Pops
1987
Click for larger image 1987 and the presenters on this edition are Simon Bates and Peter Powell. The Theme music is The Wizard by Paul Hardcastle.

Click for larger image Top of the Pops
1989 / 1991
Left clip - Same music but a different set of titles.
 
Right clip - Gary Davies presents this edition, which was the last from Television Centre and the last to be presented by the regular line-up of Radio 1 DJ's. A whole new look appeared the following week ....


Click for larger image Top of the Pops
1991
Click for larger image TOTP now moved to Elstree with a completely new look and feel. Out went the Radio 1 DJ's and it came Tony Dortie and Mark Franklin! This turned out to be the most controversial reformatting of the programme since it started in 1964.

Top of the Pops 30th Anniversary
1994
1994 and TOTP reaches 30! Paul Whitehouse and Harry Enfield as Smashey and Nicey presented this special birthday edition. The opening titles were a medley of all the TOTP Theme tunes, including Phil Lynott's "Yellow Pearl" from 1981 with those multi-coloured flying records (and lots of flashing).

Click for larger image Top of the Pops
1996
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Click for larger image Top of the Pops
2001
Click for larger image Gail Hipgrave (Porter) presents the last edition of TOTP before it's return to Television Centre.
 
Right clip - Jamie Theakston


Click for larger image Top of the Pops 2
2001
Click for larger image Classic TOTP performances

Click for larger image Top of the Pops Awards
2001
Click for larger image Top of the Pops returns to its roots in Manchester, for it's first ever Top of The Pops Awards. Recorded at the Manchester MEN Arena.

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2003
Click for larger image TOTP is brought right up to date as Andi Peters takes over the show as executive producer. The show is given a makeover with this brilliant new title sequence and logo. The sequence was designed and produced by Gregory Millar.

Click for larger image Transmission
2007
Click for larger image Presented by Steve Jones and Lauren Laverne. Transmission is the music programme which travels across the UK to different major cities each week, presenting live performances from chart-toppers.

Click for larger image The Tube
1984
Click for larger image A welcome back to Paula Yates for series 3 in 1984 after becoming a mother with the lovely Leslie Ash moving on to CATS Eyes.
 
A relatively clean set of titles these. Mid series they were adapted to incorporate the bands appearing on the show.


The Tube
1985
Definitely the best set of titles the programme had. A witty look at how important The Tube was to the world!!
 
Hands up anybody who knew who REM were in 85 ?


The Tube
1986
You can tell these titles cost more to make, however they're not a patch on 1985!
 
Incidently, this was the sequence Jools Holland told all the groovy f**kers to look out for!