Did you know that the largest 'group' to reach number one in the charts had 70 members?
Did you know that Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta weren't the only artists to have a hit with 'You're the one that I want'?
Steve Wright packs these and other interesting, amusing and totally Irrelevant facts into 60 minutes of music and mayhem.
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