A rundown of the greatest Christmas hits from the archive, introduced by Steve Wright.
A TOTP2 special, first broadcast in 1997 to mark the twentieth anniversary of Elvis Presley's death. Includes performances by Cher and Bryan Ferry and the King himself. Show more
Steve Wright with the perfect new year playlist, featuring performances by The Three Degrees, Elton John, Blondie, Lionel Richie, The Bee Gees, Madonna and Kylie Minogue. Show more
Mark Radcliffe takes us on a memorable look back at some classic Duran Duran Top of the Pops performances.
Mark Radcliffe digs deep into the Top of the Pops archives to bring some festive performances.
Mark Radcliffe digs deep into the Top of the Pops archives to bring some festive performances from the likes of Coldplay, Curtis Mayfield, Mariah Carey, and David Bowie. Show more
There's a party going on with Elton John, The Goodies, Atomic Kitten, Roy Orbison, Bob Marley and Chesney Hawkes. Show more
Celebrating a gaggle of girls in performance at the BBC, from the Spice Girls to The Supremes, Labelle to TLC, and The Pointer Sisters to B*Witched. Show more
A compilation of some of the BBC's rare 60s archive hits by the likes of The Walker Brothers, Lulu, The Kinks and Don Partridge. Show more
Showcasing the boy band, from its origins in 60s beat groups and R&B outfits to the new wave of 80s boy bands and beyond. With JLS, The Four Tops, The Monkees, Westlife and more. Show more
Steve Wright gets the Santa suit out of mothballs to introduce seasonal favourites, including Slade, Wizzard, the Pogues and Kirsty McColl, Jona Lewie and Paul McCartney. Show more
Get ready for Santa with 45 minutes of pop classics from the BBC archive, including the Bee Gees, Cyndi Lauper, Cliff Richard, John Lennon and the Smiths. Show more
Dance what's left of Christmas night away. Steve Wright hosts music from the Kinks, New Order, Slade, Erasure, Isaac Hayes, Madonna, Beyonce, Billie and Take That, among others. Show more
Another selection box of treats from Steve Wright and the TOTP2 team. The Who, Shania Twain, Grace Jones, the Supremes and the Specials join Pato Banton for a proper old knees-up. Show more
Steve Wright pulls another top pop selection out of the attic. It's the turn of Rod Stewart, Soft Cell, Five Star, Clive Dunn, Britney and Blondie to get the TOTP2 treatment. Show more
Mark Radcliffe rounds up the best and worst football records from the TOTP archives. Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea, Gazza and West Ham all feature alongside Arsenal.
Mark Radcliffe introduces festive performances from the likes of Blur, The Pretenders, The Bluebells, Katie Melua, and Cerys Matthews and Tom Jones. Show more
Mark Radcliffe takes us back through the Top of the Pops archives to get us in the mood for going back to school. Featuring music from The Jackson 5, Alice Cooper and Busted. Show more