It’s Top of the Pops
BBC Top of the Pops is available on 91.5 & 102.5 FM Phuket Island Radio every Saturday as a LIVE show direct from London on our BBC satellite with a re-run on Sunday at 4PM.
BBC Top of the Pops History
Top of the Pops first arrived on the UK scene on New Years day in 1964, Top of the Pops, also known as TOTP, was a British music chart television program, made by the BBC.
More than 50 years later, Top of the Pops weekly round up of the UK Top 40 and album charts is still going strong. 91.5 & 102.5 FM are delighted to be associated with this show and bring it to our Phuket listeners weekly.
The BBC have a number of pages associated with the history of Top of the Pops and it’s well worth a look back.
Of course, as a progressive and content driven radio station and website such as Phuket FM radio, we are constantly updating and bringing the Phuket Radio listener the latest music news and gossip.
At 91.5 & 102.5 FM along with the weekly Top of the Pops Show you will find music featured in the main 91.5 & 102.5 FM playlist from artists such as Rihanna, Katy Perry, Maroon 5, Coldplay, Kanye West all mixed in with the classics from Queen, U2, Metallica and Phil Collins and even the Rolling Stones and Keith Richards to name just a few.
Monday through Sunday Phuket Island Radio – 91.5 and 102.5 FM provides a modern and latest music format, 80’s, 90’s and right up to the charts such as Top of the Pops.
All this complimented by the early evening format with shows such as Replay, Club Classics, Street Candy and We Love Disco ensures Phuket Island radio listeners and the wider global audience receive an eclectic mix of the latest and most popular music from our studio situated in the centre of Phuket.
BBC Top Of The Pops Magazine is the biggest-selling teen lifestyle title on the market, focusing on self discovery, self expression and the world of celebrities. Featuring the latest fashion and beauty, star gossip, real life stories and celebrity advice, the magazine brings readers exclusive and exciting content every four weeks.
All the music is complimented by hourly international news updates provided by the BBC World Service and brought to you via the 91.5 and 102.5 FM Phuket Live radio satellite link, every hour on the hour direct from BBC in London and complimented every morning from 6am global news and current affairs again Live from London and around the world.
A punky feel to this weeks show as we hear from social commentary duo Sleaford Mods who have returned with their 11th album.
Also hearing from the punk rock band Shame.
Making their debut back in 2017 they soon made their mark as one of Britain’s most exciting live bands. They are now back with their second album. We also music from the new albums by Why Don’t We and You Me At Six who are looking for their second number 1 album, plus the latest hit songs from Anne Marie, DJ Tiesto, Juice Wrld and Doja Cat.
We also find out if Olivia Rodrigo can make it two weeks as the UK’s favourite song with Drivers Licence. Plus, we check out the top five best selling songs in the charts. Presenter: Kim Robson (Photo: Sleaford Mods perform at Barrowlands, 6 Music Festival 2017, Glasgow)