- BBC One (TV)
- This was the first of seven programs hosted John Peel in 1985, on this occasion he is partnered by Richard Skinner. This was the week's singles chart.
- “That’s “San Damiano”, Sal Solo and some lads who are here as part of a, kind of TOTP youth training scheme.”
- “At 20 it’s good old Shaky – “Teardrops”.
- “At 13, one of my favourites – “Do The Conga”, Black Lace.”
- “Everything Must Change for Paul Young stayed at No.9. But emphatically, emphatically!”
- “We’ve done No.10, we’ve done No.9, now we move inexorably up to No.8 – Tears For Fears!”
- “Last time I saw these they were at the Belle in Houghton. Now at No.5 in the charts – The Toy Dolls!”
- “Staying at No.3 in our Top 10 rundown, a bit of quality – “We All Stand Together”, Paul McCartney & The Frog Chorus.”
- Repeated on BBC Four on 2018-01-12  
- Smiley Culture – Police Officer (34 in the chart as of the date of broadcast)
- Sal Solo – Sam Damiano (Heart & Soul) (37)
- Foreigner – I Want To Know What Love Is (10) (video clip)
- Paul Young – Everything Must Change (9) (video)
- Tears For Fears – Shout (8)
- Frankie Goes To Hollywood – The Power Of Love (7) (video clip)
- Ray Parker Jr – Ghostbusters (6) (video clip)
- The Toy Dolls – Nellie The Elephant (5)
- Madonna – Like A Virgin (4) (video)
- Paul McCartney And The Frog Chorus – We All Stand Together (3) (video clip)
- Wham! – Everything She Wants (2)
- Band Aid – Do They Know It’s Christmas (1) (video)
- Grandmaster Melle Mel and The Furious Five – Step Off (30) (audience dancing / end credits)
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