List Of Presenters On Top Of The Pops
Top of the Pops (also known by its abbreviation TOTP) is a British music chart television programme. Until 2007, it was shown each week on the BBC and is now licensed for national versions around the world. The following is a list of presenters who have hosted the BBC show, including the many guest presenters over the years.
Read more about List Of Presenters On Top Of The Pops: 1960s–1970s, 1970s–1980s, 1980s–1991, 1991-1994 Revamp: The Break Away From Radio 1 and Television Centre, 1994: Return of The Radio 1 DJs, 1994-1996: The Golden Mic – Celebrity Guest Presenters, 1994: Top of The Pops 2 and The Magazine, 1997-2000: Into The New Millennium, 1997: More Celebrity Guest Presenters, 2000-2003: Developing The Brand, 2002-2006: Top of The Pops Saturday, 2003: All New Top of The Pops Revamp, 2005-2006: The Move To BBC Two and The End – Return of Guest Presenters, After The End: Occasional Events-led Returns
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