List of Presenters On Top of The Pops - 1997: More Celebrity Guest Presenters

1997: More Celebrity Guest Presenters

  • 17 January 1997 – Rhona Cameron
  • 24 January 1997 – Phil Daniels
  • 31 January 1997 – Noddy Holder
  • 7 February 1997 – Ardal O'Hanlon
  • 14 February 1997 – Peter Andre
  • 21 February 1997 – Ant and Dec
  • 28 February 1997 – Ian Wright
  • 14 March 1997 – Ian Broudie
  • 21 March 1997 – Kylie Minogue
  • 28 March 1997 – Zoë Ball
  • 4 April 1997 – Mark Radcliffe and Marc 'The Boy Lard' Riley
  • 11 April 1997 – Mark Owen
  • 18 April 1997 – Louise
  • 25 April 1997 – Dannii Minogue
  • 2 May 1997 – Cathy Dennis
  • 16 May 1997 – Dannii Minogue
  • 23 May 1997 – Mark Radcliffe and The Boy Lard
  • 30 May 1997 – The Spice Girls
  • 1 August 1997 - Mary Anne Hobbs
  • 8 August 1997 – Phill Jupitus
  • 15 August 1997 – Denise van Outen
  • 22 August 1997 – Sarah Cawood
  • 12 September 1997 - Mark Lamarr
  • 3 October 1997 - Jamie Theakston
  • 10 October 1997 - Mark Lamarr
  • 31 October 1997 - Mary Anne Hobbs
  • 28 November 1997 - Mark Lamarr
  • 13 November 1998 - Katy Hill
  • 17 September 1999 - Emma Ledden
  • TOTP toured the country between 26 August (a rare Thursday show, broadcast on BBC2) and 15 October 1999. These shows were broadcast from different cities' nightclubs, in order: The Revolution, Edinburgh; Event II, Brighton; Club Wow, Sheffield; L2, Liverpool; Ikon, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Dome II, Birmingham; and Time & Icon, Swansea
  • Former presenter Mark Goodier returned to voice the Top 20 countdown between 1997 and 2002. At the beginning of 2003, he was temporarily replaced by Scott Mills. Wes Butters voiced the countdown from February to November 2003.

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