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March


Birthdays

Events

  • 1964: Cassius Clay becomes Muhammad Ali.
  • 1970: Beatles release Let It Be single
  • 1973: The Budget
  • 1976: International Pop Proms (ITV)
  • 1981: Journeys To Glory, Ceremony.
  • 1984: UK Miners' strike.
  • 1993: Noel's House Party forced off air. 

Charts

as announced on this day, with no.1 single (new in bold). Click year for full chart.

  • 1968: Esther & Abi Ofarim - Cinderella Rockefella (2/3)
  • 1973: Slade - Cum On Feel The Noize (2/4)
  • 1979: Bee Gees - Tragedy (2/2)
  • 1984: Nena - 99 Red Balloons (2/3)
  • 1988: Kylie Minogue - I Should Be So Lucky (4/5)
  • 1994: Mariah Carey - Without You (4/4)
  • 2005: Stereophonics - Dakota (1/1)
  • 2011: Adele - Someone Like You (3/5 n.c.)

Top of the Pops

host DJ and number one single. Click year for show details. Christmas editions broadcast every year since 1965, except 1966, to present.

  • 1969: Alan Freeman. Peter Sarstedt – Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)
  • 1975: JS. Telly Savalas – If.
  • 1980: DLT. Blondie - Atomic.
  • 1986: Gary Davies & Dixie Peach. Diana Ross – Chain Reaction.
  • 1998: Jamie Theakston. Madonna - Frozen.
  • 2006: Fearne Cotton & Richard Bacon. Chico – It’s Chico Time. (Richard Bacon makes final appearance as host).

Publications

Stamps

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