Your hosts Steve and Julian have gone to great lengths to ensure this week’s Off The Chart goes ahead – about ten miles, in fact, so the links might sound slightly muffled in places but everything else carries on as normal! We’re going back a whole forty years to revisit the forgotten hits of this day in 1980, as well as three of the week’s new hit albums, the day’s events, an international chart we’ve never looked at before, and the top five singles in all their glory.
- Which timelord regenerated as a top 40 hitmaker this week?
- Who scored their third hit album in the UK this week, years before they ever managed a top 40 single?
- And whose two biggest hit singles were consecutive releases that both peaked at number 12?
Tune in and find out!
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Now there’s a podcast too!
For those of you who enjoy the nonsense we talk but don’t have time to listen to the music, we’re now putting the talky bits together into a podcast! In this week’s episode Steve and Julian persevere with the inevitable technical difficulties to revisit ancient forgotten concepts such as “sport” and “concerts”. It’ll all make sense if you listen.