List of Top of The Pops Episodes Aired On UK Gold

List Of Top Of The Pops Episodes Aired On UK Gold

Here is a list of episodes of the long-running music show Top of the Pops that were shown on nostalgia channel UK Gold from 1993-1997. Episodes were shown in edited form to allow for commercial breaks within the allocated time slot.

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