What was No 1 in July 1970?

Number-one singles

No. Artist Weeks at number one
1970
286 England World Cup Squad “70” 3
287 Christie 1
288 Mungo Jerry 7

What was the top hit of 1970?

Top 100 Hits of 1970/Top 100 Songs of 1970

  • Bridge Over Troubled Water – Simon and Garfunkel.
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  • American Woman / No Sugar Tonight – The Guess Who.
  • Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head – B.J. Thomas.
  • War – Edwin Starr.
  • Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – Diana Ross.
  • I’ll Be There – The Jackson 5.
  • Get Ready – Rare Earth.

What was the number one song on July 20 1970?

The number one song in the week of July 20, 1970 was (They Long To Be) Close To You by Carpenters in US and In The Summertime by Mungo Jerry in UK.

What was the number one song July 3 1970?

The number one song in the week of July 03, 1970 was The Love You Save by The Jackson 5 in US and In The Summertime by Mungo Jerry in UK.

What was the number 1 song in August 1970?

List of Cash Box Top 100 number-one singles of 1970

Issue Date Song Artist
August 1 “(They Long to Be) Close to You” The Carpenters
August 8
August 15 “Make It With You” Bread
August 22 “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours” Stevie Wonder

What happened to top of the Pops in the US?

The broadcasts ceased in late 1993. Top of the Pops had short-lived fame in the United States. In October 1987, the CBS television network decided to try an American version of the show. It was hosted by Nia Peeples and even showed performances from the BBC version of the programme.

Who put top of the Pops on top in 2005?

^ Revoir, Paul (27 November 2015). “Top of the Pops will continue on BBC4 – but without Jimmy Savile and Dave Lee Travis episodes”. Radio Times. Retrieved 24 June 2016. ^ (2005). A record would not appear twice until it had made the Top 30. “Johnnie Stewart Television producer who put Top Of The Pops on top”. The Guardian, 6 May 2005

When was the first top of the Pops?

The first Top of the Pops aired from Dickenson Road Studios in Manchester on 1 January 1964. Top of the Pops was created by BBC producer Johnnie Stewart, inspired by the popular Teen and Twenty Disc Club which aired on Radio Luxembourg. It was first aired in 1964 and was originally based on the Top 20.

When was the 25th anniversary of top of the Pops?

^ “25 Years of Top of the Pops – BBC One London – 31 December 1988 – BBC Genome”. BBC. Retrieved 16 February 2016. ^ Interviews by Dave Simpson. “How we made Top of the Pops | Television & radio”.