Rage (TV Program) - End of Year Specials

End of Year Specials

For the last weekend of each year, rage has two specials. On the Friday night, a selection of the preceding year's Best Of videos is played. On the Saturday night, they have a selection of the year's Guest Programmers. This show will start with a series of Guest Programmers introductions that were shown at the beginning of each of their shows and will then include them introducing a few of the videos they selected during their program, followed by one or two of their videos.

On New Year's Eve 1999, ABC celebrated the Millennium by broadcasting the 28 hour one off television program 2000 Today. Due to this, Rage had a rare night off air. When the program finished at midnight on New Years Day, Rage was the first program on air.

On Sunday 31 December 2006, Rage had a New Year's Eve special starting from midnight and going until 4:30am. It played all the greatest party songs, to bring in the new year.

For the first weekend of each year, the Top 50 timeslot on Rage is used for the Top 50 songs of the previous year. This will no longer be the case from 2007 (for the Top 50 songs of 2006).

Rage usually broadcasts music videos of songs from the Triple J Hottest 100 over two nights, several weeks after the Hottest 100 broadcast in late January each year (usually sometime during March).

At the end of 2007, the ABC's satirical comedy group The Chaser hosted a New Year's Eve edition of Rage, the event being dubbed "The Chaser's War on rage".

Rage New Year's Eve Special is over the years on ABC main channel

In 2009, Rage launched the Rage 50; a count down of the top 50 clips of the year, as voted by Rage viewers.

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