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106th day of the year (107th in leap year)

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15 April
April 17 April
Easter Sunday: 2006, 2017.

Easter Monday: 1979, 1990, 2001.

Good Friday: 1965, 1976

Birthdays

  • Joan Bakewell (b.1931).

Events

  • 1964: 9 men sentenced 25-30 years for Britain's 1963 "Great Train Robbery".
  • 1969: Frank Sinatra's My Way enters the UK Top 30
  • 1972: Apollo 16 launched; 5th manned lunar landing; The Merchant of Venice (BBC1).
  • 1975: New drama serial Survivors begins on BBC One.

Charts

year (click for full chart), with no.1 single (new in bold)

  • 1964: The Beatles - Can't Buy Me Love (3/3)
  • 1969: Desond Dekker and the Aces - The Israelites (1/1)
  • 1972: Royal Scots Dragoon Guards - Amazing Grace (2/5)
  • 1974: Terry Jacks - Seasons in the Sun (3/4)
  • 1985: USA For Africa - We Are the World (1/2)
  • 1989: The Bangles - Eternal Flame (2/4)
  • 1995: Take That - Back For Good (3/4)
  • 2000: Coco vs Fragma - Toca's Miracle (1/2)
  • 2006: Gnarls Barkley - Crazy (3/9)

Top of the Pops

year (click for show details): Presenter(s). No.1 Artist - Song.

  • 1970: Tony Blackburn. Dana - All Kind of Everything.
  • 1981: Peter Powell. Bucks Fizz - Making Your Mind Up.
  • 1987: Janice Long & Peter Powell. Ferry Aid - Let It Be.
  • 1992: Adrian Rose & Claudia Simon. Right Said Fred - Deeply Dippy.
  • 1999: Jayne Middlemiss. Martine Mccutcheon – Perfect Moment.
  • 2004: Tim Kash. McFly – 5 Colours In Her Hair.
  • 2006: Fearne Cotton & Reggie Yates. Gnarls Barkley - Crazy.


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