List of Presenters On Top of The Pops - 1970s–1980s

1970s–1980s

  • Jimmy Savile (1964–1984, plus 31 December 1988, 19 October 2001 and 30 July 2006)
  • Tony Blackburn (1967–1979, 1981–1983, plus 31 December 1988 and 30 July 2006)
  • Ed Stewart (1968,1971–1977)
  • Noel Edmonds (1972–1979, plus 5 May 1983)
  • Kenny Everett (1973, plus 31 December 1988)
  • Greg Edwards (1974)
  • Dave Lee Travis (1974–1984, plus 30 July 2006)
  • Emperor Rosko (1974–1975)
  • David Hamilton (1975–1977, plus 31 December 1988)
  • Paul Burnett (1975, 1977–1979, plus 25 December 1981 and 30 September 1982)
  • David Jensen (1976–1984, plus 31 December 1988)
  • Peter Powell (1977–1988)
  • Mike Read (1978–1989, plus 30 July 2006)
  • Simon Bates (1979–1988)
  • 15 December 1977 – Elton John was guest presenter
  • 11 October 1979 – Andy Peebles presented though did not become a regular host until 1981 (see 1980s–1991 below)

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