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Between 1970 and 1978 the New Seekers were featured on 44 episodes of Top Of The Pops, including five appearances (1976-78) after Lyn Paul had left the group. For Lyn, appearing on Top Of The Pops was always a 'big deal'. As she told Shaun Tilley in an interview recorded in 2012:"We used to say: ‘When are we going on 'Top Of The Pops'? Don’t they want us on 'Top Of The Pops'? Why aren’t we on?’ ... It was always such a big thing to be on there... People from America, from all over the world, were coming in to do 'Top Of The Pops'… Every time there was a record out it was: ‘When are we going on? When are we going on?" (BBC Radio Sussex and BBC Radio Surrey, Top Of The Pops Playback).

What Have They Done To My Song, Ma
Never Ending Song Of Love
Good Old Fashioned Music
I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing
Beg, Steal Or Borrow
Circles
Come Softly To Me
Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me
Goodbye Is Just Another Word
You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me
I Get A Little Sentimental Over You
It's So Nice (To Have You Home)
I Wanna Go Back
Anthem (One Day In Every Week)


In 1987 the New Seekers (at the time down to four members - Marty Kristian, Paul Layton, Donna Jones and Mick Flinn) were featured on Top Of The Pops, albeit fleetingly, on the Ferry Aid video Let It Be. The video was featured on the show three times - on 2nd, 9th and 16th April.

Long before he had joined the New Seekers Mick Flinn appeared on Top Of The Pops as a member of The Mixtures. The group's number 2 hit The Pushbike Song was featured on the show four times in 1971 - on 14th January, when it was played over shots of the studio audience dancing, on 28th January, 11th February (video) and 25th February. The Mixtures made one further appearance on Top Of The Pops, performing their follow-up single, Henry Ford, on the episode broadcast on 29th April.

Almost two years after leaving the New Seekers Danny Finn appeared on Top Of The Pops as one of the lead singers in the group Prima Donna, performing the UK's entry in the 1980 Euroovision Song Contest.

Lyn Paul is the only member of the New Seekers to have appeared on the show as a solo artist.

Lyn's sister Nikki Belsher appeared on Top Of The Pops in 1991 as a backing singer for Samantha Janus.

Former New Seeker Nicola Kerr appeared on Top Of The Pops in 1984 as a backing singer for Murray Head.



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Broadcast Date Featured Guests and Songs Presenter

Originally broadcast on 30th July 1970 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.

The New Seekers, Top Of The Pops, 30th July 1970.


Elvis Presley,
The Wonder Of You (played over chart countdown)
The Kinks,
Lola (repeated clip)
Aretha Franklin,
Donít Play That Song
Stavely Makepeace,
Edna (Let Me Sing My Beautiful Song)
Fairweather,
Natural Sinner (video)
Joni Mitchell,
Big Yellow Taxi (danced to by Pan’s People)
New Seekers,
What Have They Done To My Song, Ma
Hotlegs,
Neanderthal Man
Pickettywitch,
(Itís Like A) Sad Old Kinda Movie (video)
The Wake,
Boys In The Band
Ten Years After,
Love Like A Man (video)
Cat Stevens,
Lady DíArbanville (repeated clip)
Chicago,
25 Or 6 To 4 (played over crowd dancing)
Elvis Presley,
The Wonder Of You (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Jimmy Savile

Lyn Paul (interviewed by Shaun Tilley in 2014) recalled this first appearance on Top Of The Pops with the New Seekers: "I remember doing 'Top Of The Pops' with Aretha Franklin… It was all live then, nothing was recorded, and she was rehearsing with the orchestra… and I’ve never heard anybody sing like that in my life… I was in awe." (BBC Radio Sussex and BBC Radio Surrey)
Originally broadcast on 14th January 1971 (BBC1) John Paul Joans,
The Man From Nazareth
Elton John,
Your Song
The Mixtures,
The Pushbike Song (played over crowd dancing and chart rundown)
Frank Sinatra,
My Way (live performance filmed at the Royal Festival Hall)
The Carpenters,
We’ve Only Just Begun (danced to by Pan’s People)
Lulu,
You’ve Got To Believe In Love
Judy Collins,
Amazing Grace (video)
Tom Jones.
She’s A Lady
Badfinger,
Believe Me
Badfinger,
Better Days
Badfinger,
No Matter What
Clive Dunn,
Grandad
Jimmy Savile

Originally broadcast on 28th January 1971 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.

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The Mixtures, Pushbike Song (Top Of The Pops).

Badfinger,
No Matter What
Elvis Presley,
You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (video)
Frankie Valli,
You’re Ready Now
Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon,
Blame It On The Pony Express
The Supremes,
Stoned Love (danced to by Pan’s People)
Martha Reeves & The Vandellas,
Forget Me Not
Stevie Wonder,
We Can Work It Out
Stevie Wonder,
Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours
Stevie Wonder,
Heaven Help Us All
The Equals,
Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
The Mixtures,
The Pushbike Song
George Harrison,
My Sweet Lord (danced to by Pan’s People)
The Weathermen,
It’s The Same Old Song (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Jimmy Savile
Originally broadcast on 11th February 1971 (BBC1) Tom Jones,
She’s A Lady
Perry Como,
It’s Impossible (video)
Ashton, Gardner & Dyke,
Resurrection Shuffle
Edwin Starr,
Stop The War
The Kinks,
Powerman
The Kinks,
Got To Be Free
The Weathermen,
It’s The Same Old Song (played over crowd dancing and chart rundown)
The Mixtures,
The Pushbike Song (video)
Dana,
Who Put The Lights Out
George Harrison,
My Sweet Lord (danced to by Pan’s People)
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles,
(Come ’Round Here) I’m The One You Need (played over crowd dancing and clsoing credits)
Jimmy Savile
Originally broadcast on 25th February 1971 (BBC1) Atomic Rooster,
Tomorrow Night
Ray Stevens,
Can We Get To That
The Mixtures,
The Pushbike Song
Lynn Anderson,
Rose Garden (video and chart rundown)
The Showstoppers,
Ain’t Nothin’ But A Houseparty
Perry Como,
It’s Impossible (video)
Chairmen Of The Board,
Everything’s Tuesday (danced to by Pan’s People)
Dana,
Who Put The Lights Out
The Four Seasons,
Let’s Hang On
The Four Seasons,
Medley
Paul McCartney,
Another Day (crowd dancing)
George Harrison,
My Sweet Lord (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Jimmy Savile

Originally broadcast on 29th April 1971 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.

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The Mixtures, Henry Ford (Top Of The Pops).

McGuinness Flint,
Malt And Barley Blues
R. Dean Taylor,
Indiana Wants Me (video)
The Mixtures,
Henry Ford
The Jackson 5,
Mama’s Pearl (danced to by Pan’s People)
Shirley Bassey,
Breakfast In Bed
Shirley Bassey,
Excuse Me
Ringo Starr,
It Don’t Come Easy (video)
Lulu,
Everybody Clap
Sakkarin,
Sugar Sugar (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
The Faces,
Richmond
The Faces,
Bad And Ruin
Dave & Ansil Collins,
Double Barrel
East Of Eden,
Jig A Jig (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Tony Blackburn

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Originally broadcast on 15th July 1971 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.

The New Seekers, Top Of The Pops, 15th July 1971.


Atomic Rooster,
The Devilís Answer (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
New Seekers,
Never Ending Song Of Love
The Rolling Stones,
Street Fighting Man (video)
Labi Siffre,
Get To The Country
Fairport Convention,
Angel Delight
Fairport Convention,
Instrumental Melody
Curved Air,
Back Street Luv
Slade,
Get Down And Get With It
The Who,
Wonít You Be My Lady
The Who,
Wonít Get Fooled Again
Middle Of The Road,
Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep (repeated clip)
T Rex,
Get It On (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Tony Blackburn
Originally broadcast on 29th July 1971 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.

Slade,
Get Down And Get With It
(played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Cat Stevens,
Moon Shadow
Elvis Presley,
Heartbreak Hotel (video)
Buffy Sainte-Marie,
Soldier Blue
Shirley Bassey,
For All We Know
Fame & Price,
Here And Now
Fame & Price,
That’s How Strong My Love Is
New Seekers,
Never Ending Song Of Love (repeat showing of the performance broadcast on 15th July 1971)
The Who,
Won't Get Fooled Again (repeated clip)
T Rex,
Get It On (repeated clip)
Bob Dylan,
Watching The River Flow (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)

Jimmy Savile
Originally broadcast on 5th August 1971 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Dawn featuring Tony Orlando,
What Are You Doing Sunday
(played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Family,
In My Own Time
Chicory Tip,
Excuse Me Baby
Diana Ross,
I’m Still Waiting (video)
Lance Le Gault,
Again
Slade,
Get Down And Get With It (video)
John Williams,
Cavatina
John Williams,
Good Morning Freedom
The James Gang,
Walk Away
Atomic Rooster,
The Devil’s Answer (repeated clip)
T Rex,
Get It On
New Seekers,
Never Ending Song Of Love
(played over closing credits)
Ed Stewart
Originally broadcast on 19th August 1971 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
The Pioneers,
Let Your Yeah Be Yeah
(played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Rod Stewart,
Maggie May
George Harrison,
Bangladesh (video)
New Seekers,
Never Ending Song Of Love
Buffy Sainte-Marie,
Soldier Blue (repeated clip)
The Tams,
Hey Girl Don’t Bother Me (danced to by Pan’s People)
Gilbert O'Sullivan,
We Will
Bruce Ruffin,
Happy Family
McGuinness Flint,
Happy Birthday Ruthy Baby
Curved Air,
Back Street Luv (repeated clip)
Diana Ross,
Iím Still Waiting (video)
Slade,
Get Down And Get With It
Tony Blackburn
Originally broadcast on 21st October 1971 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Redbone,
Witch Queen Of New Orleans
(played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
The Fortunes,
Freedom Come, Freedom Go
Elvis Presley,
I'm Leavin' (video)
Scott Walker,
I Still See You
Danyel Gerrard,
Butterfly
Slade,
Coz I Luv You
Titanic,
Sultana
(danced to by Pan’s People)
Scott English,
Brandy
New Seekers,
Good Old Fashioned Music
Rod Stewart,
Maggie May
Al Green,
Tired Of Being Alone
Jimmy Savile
Originally broadcast on 25th December 1971 (BBC1) Dave Edmunds,
I Hear You Knockin'
The Supremes,
Stoned Love
Mungo Jerry,
Baby Jump
Dave & Ansil Collins,
Double Barrel
Gilbert O'Sullivan,
Nothing Rhymed
CCS,
Tap Turns On The Water
(danced to by Panís People)
Dawn,
Knock Three Times
Clive Dunn,
Grandad
Procol Harum,
A Whiter Shade Of Pale
(repeated clip from 26th December 1967)
The Mixtures,
The Pushbike Song
Middle Of The Road,
Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep
T Rex,
Hot Love
Jimmy Savile

Originally broadcast on 27th December 1971 (BBC1)

This episode still exists in the BBC Archives.

Repeat broadcast on UK Gold.

The clip of the New Seekers perfoming Never Ending Song Of Love was shown again on TOTP2 on 1st August 2001.

T Rex,
Get It On
The Tams
,
Hey Girl Don't Bother Me
Benny Hill
,
Ernie (The Fastest Milkman In The West)
Slade
,
Coz I Luv You
George Harrison,
My Sweet Lord
(danced to by Pan’s People)
Rolling Stones,
Brown Sugar

Ashton, Gardner & Dyke,
Resurrection Shuffle
Diana Ross,
I'm Still Waiting
New Seekers
,
Never Ending Song Of Love
Rod Stewart,
Maggie May
Tony Blackburn

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Broadcast Date Featured Guests and Songs Presenter

Originally broadcast on 30th December 1971 (BBC1)

This episode still exists in the BBC Archives.

Watch it again on YouTube.


Tony Christie,
(Is This The Way To) Amarillo
(played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Congregation,
Softly Whispering I Love You
Johnny Pearson Orchestra,
Sleepy Shores (Owen M.D. Theme)
New Seekers,
I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra,
The Onedin Line (video)
B.J. Arnau,
I Want To Go Back There Again
Neil Reid,
Mother Of Mine
Barbra Streisand,
Stoney End
(video / danced to by Pan’s People)
Val Doonican,
Morning
Benny Hill,
Ernie (The Fastest Milkman In The West)
T Rex,
Jeepster
(danced to by Pan’s People / played over the closing credits)
Ed Stewart

Originally broadcast on 6th January 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.


John Barry,
Theme From ‘The Persuaders’ (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Tony Christie,
(Is This The Way To) Amarillo
America,
Horse With No Name
Elvis Presley,
I Just Can’t Help Believing (video)
Labi Siffre,
It Must Be Love (repeated clip)
Melanie,
Brand New Key (video)
The Coasters,
Love Potion Number Nine
The Faces,
Stay With Me
New Seekers,
I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)
Deep Purple,
Fireball (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Jimmy Savile
Originally broadcast on 13th January 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
The Faces,
Stay With Me (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
The Bee Gees,
My World
Al Green,
Letís Stay Together (video)
America,
Horse With No Name
Greyhound,
Moon River
Neil Reid,
Mother Of Mine
Donnie Elbert,
Where Did Our Love Go
(danced to by Panís People)
Stevie Wonder,
If You Really Love Me
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra,
The ĎOnedin Lineí Theme (video)
New Seekers,
I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) (repeated clip)
Sly & The Family Stone,
Family Affair (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Tony Blackburn
Originally broadcast on 20th January 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Donnie Elbert,
Where Did Our Love Go (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Sandie Shaw,
Where Did They Go
Isaac Hayes,
Theme From ‘Shaft’ (video)
Badfinger,
Day After Day
David Gates,
Baby Iím A Want You (video)
John Barry,
The Persuaders Theme (video)
Sonny & Cher,
All I Ever Need Is You (danced to by Pan’s People)
Melanie,
Brand New Key (video)
T Rex,
Telegram Sam
The Faces,
Stay With Me (repeated clip)
New Seekers,
I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) (repeated clip)
Greyhound,
Moon River (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Jimmy Savile
Originally broadcast on 27th January 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Don McLean,
American Pie (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Chicory Tip,
Son Of My Father
Neil Reid,
Mother Of Mine (repeated clip)
Pagliaro,
Loving You Ainít Easy
Stevie Wonder,
If You Really Love Me
The Chi-Lites,
Have You Seen Her (video)
The Fortunes,
Storm In A Teacup
T Rex,
Telegram Sam (repeated clip)
New Seekers,
I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) (repeated clip)
Sonny & Cher,
All I Ever Need Is You (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Jimmy Savile

Originally broadcast on 24th February 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.

The New Seekers never performed Beg, Steal Or Borrow on Top Of The Pops. A clip of the group's performance on the It's Cliff Richard show was shown instead.

Watch it again on YouTube.


The Fortunes,
Storm In A Teacup
(played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Jonathan King,
Flirt
Chelsea FC,
Blue Is The Colour
Gilbert O'Sullivan,
Alone Again (Naturally)
Badfinger,
Day After Day
New Seekers,
Beg, Steal Or Borrow
Bee Gees,
My World
Paul Simon,
Mother And Child Reunion
(danced to by Pan’s People)
Sweet,
Poppa Joe
Chicory Tip,
Son Of My Father
Don McLean,
American Pie
(played over closing credits)
Jimmy Savile
Originally broadcast on 2nd March 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Donnie Elbert,
I Can’t Help Myself (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
The Fifth Dimension,
Together Let’s Find Love
Nilsson,
Without You (video)
Colin Blunstone,
Say You Don’t Mind (repeated clip)
Lindisfarne,
Meet Me On The Corner
Gilbert OíSullivan,
Alone Again (Naturally) (repeated clip)
Cliff Richard,
Jesus (repeated clip)
Slade,
Look Wot You Dun
New Seekers,
Beg, Steal Or Borrow (repeated clip)
Chicory Tip,
Son Of My Father (repeated clip)
Jonathan King,
Flirt (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Tony Blackburn
Originally broadcast on 16th March 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
The Supremes,
Floy Joy (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Uriah Heep,
The Wizard
Gilbert O'Sullivan,
Alone Again (Naturally)
Engelbert Humperdinck,
Too Beautiful To Last
New Seekers,
Beg, Steal Or Borrow
Argent,
Hold Your Head Up (repeated clip)
Cilla Black,
The World I Wish For You
Don McLean,
American Pie (danced to by Pan’s People)
Nilsson,
Without You (video)
CCS,
Brother (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Ed Stewart
Originally broadcast on 30th March 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
The Partridge Family starring Shirley Jones featuring David Cassidy,
Itís One Of Those Nights (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Marmalade,
Radancer
Labi Siffre,
Crying Laughing Loving Lying (repeated clip)
New Seekers,
Beg, Steal Or Borrow (repeated clip)
The Chiffons,
One Fine Day (crowd dancing)
Tom Jones,
The Young New Mexican Puppeteer (repeated clip)
Anne Murray,
Cotton Jenny
Jo Jo Gunne,
Run Run Run (danced to by Pan’s People)
The Temptations,
Take A Look Around
Nilsson,
Without You
(danced to by Pan's People)
Ringo Starr,
Back Off Boogaloo (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Ed Stewart



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Broadcast Date Featured Guests and Songs Presenter
Originally broadcast on 15th June 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
B. Bumble & The Stingers,
Nut Rocker
(played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
New Seekers,
Circles
Gilbert O'Sullivan,
Ooh-Wakka-Doo-Wakka-Day
The Chi-Lites,
Oh Girl (video)
Slade,
Take Me Bak 'Ome
Michael Jackson,
Rockin' Robin
(danced to by Pan's People)
The Kinks,
Supersonic Rocket Ship
Sweet,
Little Willy
Don McLean,
Vincent
Gary Glitter,
Rock And Roll (Part 2)
(played over closing credits)
Jimmy Savile

Originally broadcast on 22nd June 1972, 7.25pm - 8.00pm (BBC1)

One or more sequences from this episode still exist, but the complete programme is lost.

Watch the clip of the New Seekers performing Circles on YouTube.

Sweet,
Little Willy
(played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Gary Glitter,
Rock And Roll (Part 2)
Elvis Presley,
An American Trilogy (video)
Argent,
Tragedy
Free,
Little Bit Of Love
(danced to by Pan’s People)
New Seekers,
Circles (repeated clip)
Dana,
Crossword Puzzle
The Move,
California Man (repeated clip)
Don McLean,
Vincent (video)
B. Bumble & The Stingers,
Nut Rocker
(played over closing credits)
Ed Stewart
Originally broadcast on 6th July 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
The Who,
Join Together
(played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Lulu,
Even If I Could Change
Hawkwind,
Silver Machine (video)
David Bowie,
Starman
Sweet,
Little Willy
Frederick Knight,
I've Been Lonely For So Long
(danced to by Pan’s People)
Love Unlimited,
Walkin' In The Rain With The One I Love (video)
New Seekers,
Circles (repeated clip)
Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show,
Sylvia's Mother (video)
Gary Glitter,
Rock And Roll (Part 2)
Donny Osmond,
Puppy Love (video)
Partridge Family,
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
(played over closing credits)
Tony Blackburn
Originally broadcast on 13th July 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
The Partridge Family starring Shirley Jones featuring David Cassidy,
It’s One Of Those Nights (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Terry Dactyl & The Dinosaurs, Seaside Shuffle
The Who,
Join Together
Bruce Ruffin,
Mad About You
Alice Cooper,
School's Out
The Bee Gees,
Run To Me
The Stylistics,
Betcha By Golly Wow (danced to by Pan’s People)
Hawkwind,
Silver Machine (video)
Johnny Nash,
I Can See Clearly Now
Donny Osmond,
Puppy Love (video)
New Seekers,
Circles
(played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Jimmy Savile
Originally broadcast on 14th December 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
The Four Tops,
Keeper Of The Castle (played over chart countdown)
Wizzard,
Ball Park Incident
David Bowie,
The Jean Genie (video)
Clodagh Rodgers,
You Are My Music
John & Yoko & The Plastic Ono Band with The Harlem Community Choir,
Happy Xmas (War Is Over) (video) Slade,
Gudbuy T' Jane
T Rex,
Solid Gold Easy Action (repeated clip)
Little Jimmy Osmond,
Long Haired Lover From Liverpool (video)
New Seekers featuring Marty Kristian
Come Softly To Me
Chuck Berry,
My Ding-A-Ling (repeated clip)
Roy C,
Shotgun Wedding (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Ed Stewart
Originally broadcast on 25th December 1972 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Elton John,
Crocodile Rock
Gilbert O’Sullivan,
Clair (repeated clip)
David Cassidy,
How Can I Be Sure (video)
Hot Butter,
Popcorn
(danced to by Pan’s People)
Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, Amazing Grace (video)
Slade,
Take Me Bak ’Ome
Don McLean,
Vincent (repeated clip)
The Move,
California Man
T Rex,
Telegram Sam
Rod Stewart,
You Wear It Well
New Seekers,
I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) (repeated clip)
Lynsey de Paul,
Sugar Me
Little Jimmy Osmond,
Long Haired Lover From Liverpool (video)
Hawkwind,
Silver Machine (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Jimmy Savile and
Ed Stewart

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Broadcast Date Featured Guests and Songs Presenter
Originally broadcast on 4th January 1973 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Cat Stevens,
Canít Keep It In (played over chart countdown)
Lieutenant PIgeon,
Desperate Dan
New Seekers featuring Marty Kristian
Come Softly To Me (video)
David Bowie,
The Jean Genie
Status Quo,
Paper Plane
Carly Simon,
Youíre So Vain (danced to by Panís People)
Wings,
C. Moon (video)
T Rex,
Solid Gold Easy Action (repeated clip)
Little Jimmy Osmond,
Long Haired Lover From Liverpool (video)
Wizzard,
Ball Park Incident (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Jimmy Savile
Originally broadcast on 11th January 1973 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Free,
Wishing Well
(played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Elton John,
Daniel
Wizzard,
Ball Park Incident
Cat Stevens,
Can't Keep It In
Elvis Presley,
Always On My Mind
Chairmen Of The Board,
I'm On My Way To A Better Place
(danced to by Pan’s People)
New Seekers featuring Marty Kristian
Come Softly To Me (repeat showing of the performance broadcast on 14th December 1972)
Sweet,
Blockbuster
Little Jimmy Osmond,
Long Haired Lover From Liverpool (video)
David Bowie,
The Jean Genie
(played over closing credits)
Noel Edmonds

Originally broadcast on 15th February 1973 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.

The New Seekers, Top Of The Pops, 15th February 1973.


The Faces,
Cindy Incidentally
(played over chart countdown)
Electric Light Orchestra,
Roll Over Beethoven
The Partridge Family,
Looking Thru The Eyes Of Love
Thin Lizzy,
Whiskey In The Jar
Real Thing,
Plastic Man
Focus,
Hocus Pocus
(danced to by Pan’s People)
New Seekers,
Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me
Sweet,
Blockbuster (repeated clip)
Jackson 5,
Doctor My Eyes
Jimmy Savile
Originally broadcast on 1st March 1973 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Neil Sedaka,
Thatís When The Music Takes Me (played over chart countdown)
T Rex,
20th Century Boy
Alice Cooper,
Hello Hurray (video)
The Cockerel Chorus,
Nice One Cyril
Roberta Flack
Killing Me Softly
(danced to by Pan’s People)
Shirley Bassey,
Never, Never, Never (Grande, Grande, Grande)
New Seekers,
Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me (repeat showing of the performance broadcast on 15th February 1973)
Slade,
Cum On Feel The Noize
The Strawbs,
Part Of The Union (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Tony Blackburn
Originally broadcast on 8th March 1973 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
New Seekers,
Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me
(played over chart countdown)
Kenny,
Heart Of Stone
Donny Osmond,
The Twelfth Of Never (video)
Jimmy Helms,
Gonna Make You An Offer You Can’t Refuse
T Rex,
20th Century Boy (repeated clip)
The Detroit Emeralds,
Feel The Need In Me (video)
The Faces,
Cindy Incidentally (repeated clip)
Cliff Richard,
Power To All Our Friends
Slade,
Cum On Feel The Noize
Timmy Thomas,
Why Canít We Live Together (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Jimmy Savile
Originally broadcast on 1st June 1973 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
First Choice,
Armed And Extremely Dangerous (played over chart countdown)
Suzi Quatro,
Can The Can
T Rex,
The Groover
Elvis Presley,
Polk Salad Annie (video)
Stealers Wheel,
Stuck In The Middle With You
New Seekers,
Goodbye Is Just Another Word
Fleetwood Mac,
Albatross (video)
The Partridge Family starring David Cassidy,
Walking In The Rain (danced to by Pan’s People)
Wizzard,
See My Baby Jive (repeated clip)
10cc,
Rubber Bullets (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Kenny Everett

Kenny Everett replaced Ed Stewart as one of the four regular presenters of Top Of The Pops before himself being replaced by Dave Lee Travis.

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Broadcast Date Featured Guests and Songs Presenter

Originally broadcast on 22nd November 1973 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.

Watch it again on YouTube.

Lyn Paul singing 'You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me' with the New Seekers on Top Of The Pops.


Mott The Hoople
Roll Away The Stone (played over chart countdown)
Mud,
Dynamite
Donny Osmond,
When I Fall In Love (repeated clip)
Barry Blue,
Do You Wanna Dance? (repeated clip)
Eddie Kendricks,
Keep On Truckiní (danced to by Panís People)
Alvin Stardust,
My Coo-Ca-Cho
New Seekers featuring
Lyn Paul
,
You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me
Roxy Music,
Street Life
Cliff RIchard,
Take Me High
Gary Glitter,
I Love You Love Me Love (repeated clip)
Paul McCartney & Wings,
Helen Wheels (played over closing credits)
Jimmy Savile

You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me was this week's 'Tip For The Top'. The New Seekers performed the song minus Marty, who had been delayed in Venice by "plane difficulties".

Lyn Paul (interviewed by Shaun Tilley in 2014) recalled this appearance on Top Of The Pops: "I was a very good friend of Alvin Stardust. He was doing his very first 'Top Of The Pops'… and he couldn’t remember his lyrics. He had to keep stopping and starting. And I kept winking at him, saying ‘It’s alright, it’s alright’… He’s a very humble guy. He kept saying ‘I’m so sorry, I’m so sorry’ and nobody cared."
Originally broadcast on 29th November 1973 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
New Seekers featuring
Lyn Paul
,
You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me (played over chart countdown)
Mott The Hoople
Roll Away The Stone
Tom Jones,
Golden Days
Marie Osmond,
Paper Roses (video)
Gilbert O'Sullivan,
Why, Oh Why, Oh Why
The Four Tops,
Sweet Understanding Love
T Rex,
Truck On (Tyke) (danced to by Panís People)
KIki Dee,
Amoureuse
Leo Sayer,
The Show Must Go On
Gary Glitter,
I Love You Love Me Love
David Essex,
Lamplight (played over closing credits)
Noel Edmonds
Originally broadcast on 6th December 1973 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
The Four Tops,
Sweet Understanding Love (played over chart countdown)
Slade,
Merry Xmas Everybody
David Essex,
Lamplight (repeated clip)
New Seekers featuring
Lyn Paul
,
You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me
Golden Earring,
Radar Love
Robert Knight,
Love On A Mountain Top (video)
Roxy Music,
Street Life (repeated clip)
Eddie Kendricks,
Keep On Truckin’ (danced to by Pan’s People)
Wizzard,
I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday
Gary Glitter,
I Love You Love Me Love
T Rex,
Truck On (Tyke) (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Dave Lee Travis

Dave Lee Travis replaced Kenny Everett as one of the four regular presenters of Top Of The Pops.

Originally broadcast on 20th December 1973, 7.20pm - 7.55pm (BBC1)

Repeat broadcast on UK Gold.

The clip of the New Seekers performing You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me has been shown again several times on TOTP2 - on 10th April 1999, 16th February 2000 (Lyn's birthday) and 10th February 2007.

Cozy Powell,
Dance With The Devil
(played over chart countdown)
The Faces,
Pool Hall Richard
New Seekers featuring
Lyn Paul
,
You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me
Golden Earring,
Radar Love
Roy Wood,
Forever
Robert Knight,
Love On A Mountain Top
(danced to by Pan’s People)
Wizzard,
I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday
Clifford T. Ward,
Scullery
Slade,
Merry Xmas Everybody
Leo Sayer,
The Show Must Go On
(played over closing credits)
Jimmy Savile
Originally broadcast on 3rd January 1974, 7.20pm (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Roxy Music,
Street Life
Roy Wood,
Forever
The Faces,
Pool Hall Richard
Cozy Powell,
Dance With The Devil
Robert Knight,
Love On A Mountain Top
(danced to by Pan’s People)
Leo Sayer,
The Show Must Go On
Mud,
Tiger Feet
Andy Williams,
Solitaire
Slade,
Merry Xmas Everybody
New Seekers featuring
Lyn Paul
,
You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me (played over closing credits)
Dave Lee Travis
Originally broadcast on 10th January 1974 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Alvin Stardust,
My Coo-Ca-Choo
Sweet,
(played over chart countdown)
Teenage Rampage
Golden Earring,
Radar Love
Lulu,
The Man Who Sold The World
Drupi,
Vado Via
Ronnie Lane accompanied by the band Slim Chance,
How Come?
Cilla Black,
Baby We Can't Go Wrong
New Seekers featuring
Lyn Paul
,
You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me (repeated clip)
Slade,
Merry Xmas Everybody
Cozy Powell,
Dance With The Devil
Johnnie Walker
Originally broadcast on 17th January 1974 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
The Stylistics,
Rockin' Roll Baby
(played over chart countdown)
Alvin Stardust,
My Coo-Ca-Choo
Ronnie Lane accompanied by the band Slim Chance,
How Come?
Cozy Powell,
Dance With The Devil
Mud,
Tiger Feet
Cliff Richard,
Take Me High
Stealers Wheel,
Star
Brotherly Love,
Weekend Love Affair
Roy Wood,
Forever
New Seekers featuring
Lyn Paul
,
You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me
Sweet,
Teenage Rampage
(played over closing credits)
Noel Edmonds
Originally broadcast on 28th February 1974 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Paul McCartney & Wings,
Jet (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Bill Haley & The Comets,
Rock Around The Clock
Hudson-Ford,
Burn Baby Burn
John Christie,
Everybody But Me
Charlie Rich,
The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (danced to by Pan’s People)
The Wombles,
The Wombling Song
New Seekers,
I Get A Little Sentimental Over You
Paper Lace,
Billy Don’t Be A Hero
Ringo Starr,
You’re Sixteen (played over crowd dancing)
Lena Zavaroni,
Ma! (He’s Making Eyes At Me) (repeated clip)
Suzi Quatro,
Devil Gate Drive (repeated clip)
David Bowie,
Rebel Rebel (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Dave Lee Travis

Lyn Paul (interviewed by Shaun Tilley in 2014) recalled this appearance on Top Of The Pops: “I remember The Wombles being on and they didn’t have enough people for the costumes... And I think Paul Layton, if I’m not mistaken, got into a costume.”
Originally broadcast on 14th March 1974 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Hudson-Ford,
Burn Baby Burn (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
New Seekers,
I Get A Little Sentimental Over You
Charlie Rich,
The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (video)
Hot Chocolate,
Emma
Queen,
Seven Seas Of Rhye
Robert Knight,
Everlasting Love (video)
Electric Light Orchestra,
Ma-Ma-Ma Belle
Carpenters,
Jambalaya (On The Bayou) (video)
Paul McCartney & Wings,
Jet (danced to by Pan’s People)
Paper Lace,
Billy Don't Be A Hero
Aretha Franklin,
Until You Come Back To Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do) (played over crowd dancing and closing credits)
Noel Edmonds
Originally broadcast on 21st March 1974 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Diana Ross & Marvin Gaye,
You Are Everything (played over crowd dancing and chart countdown)
Gary Glitter,
Remember Me This Way
Electric Light Orchestra,
Ma-Ma-Ma Belle
Barry Blue,
School Love (repeated clip)
Mott The Hoople,
The Golden Age Of Rock ‘N’ Roll
Elton John,
Candle In The Wind
The Hollies,
The Air That I Breathe
Paper Lace,
Billy Don’t Be A Hero
New Seekers,
I Get A Little Sentimental Over You
(played over closing credits)
Tony Blackburn
Originally broadcast on 25th December 1974 (BBC1)

This episode still exists in the BBC Archives.

Repeat broadcast on UK Gold.
Mud,
Lonely This Christmas
The Osmonds,
Love Me For A Reason
Sweet Sensation,
Sad Sweet Dreamer
New Seekers featuring
Lyn Paul
,
You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me
(danced to by Pan’s People)
David Essex,
Gonna Make You A Star
Paper Lace,
Billy Don't Be A Hero
Three Degrees,
When Will I See You Again
Ken Boothe,
Everything I Own
ABBA,
Waterloo
Charles Aznavour,
She
Barry White,
You're The First, The Last, My Everything
(danced to by Pan’s People)
Slade,
Merry Xmas Everybody
Tony Blackburn and
Jimmy Savile

Lyn Paul (interviewed by Shaun Tilley in 2014) recalled meeting Pan's People on Top Of The Pops: "Who could forget Pan’s People?… I remember one incident. We were going into make-up and the boys were just ahead of us, Eve and I. We were standing in line just having a chat. And I’ll never forget, they barged through as only Pan’s People could do. They barged through and they insisted that they had their make-up done first - and the boys never got to get any make-up done. Eve and I just looked at each other... "

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Originally broadcast on 10th July 1975 (BBC1)

This episode has been wiped.
Rubettes,
Foe-Dee-O-Dee
Johnny Mathis,
Feel Like Makin' Love
Lyn Paul,
It Oughta Sell A Million
Linda Lewis,
It's In His Kiss
Smokey,
If You Think You Know How To Love Me
Ray Stevens,
Misty
Pete Wingfield,
Eighteen With A Bullet
Sweet,
Action
Bee Gees,
Jive Talkin' (video)
Bay City Rollers,
Give A Little Love
David Cassidy,
I Write The Songs (video)
Chi-Lites,
Have You Seen Her
(danced to by Pan’s People)
Johnny Nash,
Tears On My Pillow
Tony Blackburn

Lyn Paul (interviewed by Shaun Tilley in 2014) recalled her appearance on this edition of Top Of The Pops: "I was thrilled to bits. I had my own dressing room. I really felt like ‘Ooh my God, I’ve really made it now’… It's a big thing for anybody to do 'Top Of The Pops' but it was a huge thing for me - to actually have done it with the group and then to be going on and doing it solo was fantastic." (BBC Radio Sussex and BBC Radio Surrey, 19th January 2014)

Originally broadcast on 24th June 1976 (BBC1)

This episode still exists in the BBC Archives.

Repeat broadcasts on UK Gold and BBC FOUR (14/07/2011, 15/07/2011 and 17/
07/2011).

Watch it again on YouTube.


Pilot,
Canada
Bryan Ferry,
Let's Stick Together (video)
Mistura featuring Lloyd Michels,
The Flasher
(danced to by Ruby Flipper)
Demis Roussos,
Forever And Ever (video)
New Seekers,
It's So Nice (To Have You Home)
Alex Harvey Band,
Boston Tea Party
Johnny Nash,
(What A) Wonderful World
Dorothy Moore,
Misty Blue
(danced to by Cherry from Ruby Flipper)
Lee Garrett,
You're My Everything
Osibisa,
Dance The Body Music
Art Garfunkel,
I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)
The Real Thing,
You To Me Are Everything
Beach Boys,
Good Vibrations
(played over closing credits)
David Hamilton

Originally broadcast on 27th January 1977 (BBC1)

This episode still exists in the BBC Archives.

Repeat broadcasts on UK Gold and BBC FOUR (02/02/2012, 03/02/2012, 04/02/2012 and 05/02/2012).

The Brothers,
Sing Me
David Parton,
Isn't She Lovely
The Eagles,
New Kid In Town
(danced to by Legs & Co.)
Barry Biggs,
Sideshow
Status Quo,
Wild Side Of Life
Mr. Big,
Romeo
Andy Fairweather-Low,
Be Bop 'n' Holla
The Moments,
Jack In The Box (video)
New Seekers,
I Wanna Go Back
David Soul,
Don't Give Up On Us (video)
Rose Royce,
Car Wash
(played over closing credits)
Tony Blackburn

Originally broadcast on 20th July 1978 (BBC1)

This episode still exists in the BBC Archives.

Repeat broadcast on UK Gold and BBC FOUR (17/07/2013, 18/07/2013 and 21/07/2013).

Watch it again on YouTube.


Gladys Knight & The Pips,
Come Back And Finish What You Started (played over chart countdown)
Sham 69,
If The Kids Are United
A Taste Of Honey,
Boogie Oogie Oogie (video)
Justin Hayward,
Forever Autumn
Saturday Night Band,
Come On Dance Dance (danced to by Legs & Co.)
New Seekers,
Anthem (One Day In Every Week)
City Boy,
5-7-0-5 (repeated clip)
Electric Light Orchestra,
Wild West Hero (video)
Clout,
Substitute (video)
Raydio,
Is This A Love Thing
Marshall Hain
Dancing In The City (danced to by Legs & Co. / repeated clip)
Child,
It’s Only Make Believe
John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John,
You’re The One That I Want (video)
Showaddywaddy,
A Little Bit Of Soap (closing credits)
David Jensen
Originally broadcast on 3rd August 1978 (BBC1) City Boy,
5-7-0-5
Darts,
It’s Raining
X-Ray Spex,
Identity (video)
New Seekers,
Anthem (One Day In Every Week)
The Who,
Who Are You (video)
Gene Farrow,
Don’t Stop Now (danced to by Legs & Co.)
Sham 69,
If The Kids Are United
The Real Thing,
Rainin’ Through My Sunshine
Clout,
Substitute (video)
Child,
It’s Only Make Believe
A Taste Of Honey,
Boogie Oogie Oogie (danced to by Legs & Co.) (repeated clip)
The Lurkers,
I Don’t Need To Tell Her
Justin Hayward,
Forever Autumn
John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John,
You’re The One That I Want (video)
Joe Walsh
Life's Been Good (closing credits)
Dave Lee Travis
Originally broadcast on 17th August 1978 (BBC1)

Repeat broadcast on BBC FOUR (31/07/2013, 01/08/2013 and 04/08/2013)
The Stranglers,
Walk On By
Justin Hayward,
Forever Autumn
Cerrone,
Super Nature
(danced to by Legs & Co.)
Child,
It’s Only Make Believe
Darts,
It’s Raining (repeated clip)
The Who,
Who Are You
New Seekers,
Anthem (One Day In Every Week)
Mr. Big,
Senora
The Commodores,
Three Times A Lady
(danced to by Legs & Co.)
Noel Edmonds

Originally broadcast on 3rd April 1980 (BBC1)

Repeat broadcast on UK Gold.

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YouTube video clip.

Judas Priest,
Living After Midnight (played over chart countdown)
Madness,
Night Boat To Cairo
Barbara Dickson,
January February (repeated clip)
Dexy's Midnight Runners,
Geno
The Pretenders,
Talk Of The Town (video)
Leon Haywood,
Don't Push It, Don't Force It (danced to by Legs & Co.)
UB40,
Food For Thought (repeated clip)
The Selecter,
Missing Words
B.A. Robertson,
Kool In The Kaftan
The Lambrettas,
Poison Ivy
Prima Donna
Love Enough For Two
The Jam,
Going Underground (repeated clip)
Dr. Hook,
Sexy Eyes (closing credits)
David Jensen

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Broadcast Date Featured Guests and Songs Presenters
Originally broadcast on 22nd November 1984 (BBC1) Nick Heyward,
Warning Sign
Chicago,
Hard Habit To Break (video)
The Kane Gang,
Respect Yourself
The Human League,
Louise (video)
Billy Ocean,
Caribbean Queen
Murray Head,
One Night In Bangkok
Shakin’ Stevens,
Teardrops
Chaka Khan,
I Feel For You (video)
Limahl,
Never Ending Story (played over audience dancing and closing credits)
John Peel and Tommy Vance
Originally broadcast on 2nd April 1987 (BBC1)
The Pogues & The Dubliners,
The Irish Rover
Madonna,
La Isla Bonita (video)
Curiosity Killed The Cat,
Ordinary Day
Fine Young Cannibals,
Ever Fallen In Love
The Rainmakers,
Let My People Go-Go (video)
Herb Alpert,
Keep Your Eye On Me (video)
Whitesnake,
Still Of The Night (video)
Ruby Turner,
I’d Rather Go Blind
Ferry Aid,
Let It Be (video / closing credits)
Gary Davies and Janice Long

Originally broadcast on 9th April 1987 (BBC1)

The Rainmakers,
Let My People Go-Go
Club Nouveau,
Lean On Me (video)
The Blow Monkeys,
Out With Her
Judy Boucher,
Can’t Be With You Tonight
Living In A Box,
Living In A Box (video)
Bon Jovi,
Wanted Dead Or Alive (video)
Terence Trent D’Arby,
If You Let Me Stay
Ferry Aid,
Let It Be (video)
Whitesnake,
Still Of The Night
(video / closing credits)
Mike Smith
Originally broadcast on 16th April 1987 (BBC1)

Fine Young Cannibals,
Ever Fallen In Love
David Bowie,
Day-In Day-Out (video)
Living In A Box,
Living In A Box
Herb Alpert,
Keep Your Eye On Me (video)
Kim Wilde & Junior,
Another Step (Closer To You) (video)
Five Star,
The Slightest Touch (video)
Bon Jovi,
Wanted Dead Or Alive
Rikki,
Only The Light
Ferry Aid,
Let It Be (video)
Madonna,
La Isla Bonita (video / closing credits)

Peter Powell and Janice Long

Originally broadcast on 2nd May 1991 (BBC1)

The clip of Samantha Janus perfoming A Message To Your Heart was shown again on TOTP2 on 9th May 2001 and 5th May 2007.

Watch it again on YouTube.

Samantha Janus, A Message To Your Heart (Top Of The Pops).

The KLF,
Last Train To Trancentral
Cathy Dennis,
Touch Me (All Night Long)
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark,
Sailing On The Seven Seas
Samantha Janus,
A Message To Your Heart
Nomad,
Just A Groove
Zucchero & Paul Young,
Sensa Una Donna (Without A Woman)
Frances Nero,
Footsteps Following Me
Cher,
The Shoop Shoop Song (Itís In His Kiss) (video)
Roachford,
Get Ready (video / closing credits)
Simon Mayo


Who said that?

Top Of The Pops

When you're top of the pops, it is the best feeling in the world.
Noddy Holder

Alright - So you make the grade
Hold tight - To the buck you made...
Take the money - Leave the box
Everybody's on Top Of The Pops.
Rezillos, 'Top Of The Pops'

Who's on Top Of The Pops then, ay?
Jimmy Pursey, Sham 69


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