1. Top of The Pops The Story of 1995 Air Date April 16, 2022: The year that pop, rock and dance music converged on the nation’s favourite music show, featuring the battle of the Britpop bands as well the likes of Sleeper and Cast hitting the Elstree studio. Fairly significant segment on Boyzone starting off the episode and another on Sleeper. Behind the scenes of the making of the music video for “Country House” by Blur with an interview with actor Keith Allen on the set. The year that pop, rock and dance music converged on the nation’s favourite music show.
EXCLUSIVE NEW INTERVIEWS WITH: Ronan Keating of BOYZONE, SKIN of Skunk Anansie, Ian Broudie The Lightning Seeds, Keith Allen Actor & Musician, Louise Wener of Sleeper, Kermit and Shaun Ryder of Black Grape, John Power of Cast, Nicki Chapman publicist for Take That and David McAlmont of Mc Almont & Butler
2. Big Hits 1995 Air Date April 16, 2022: A look back at some of the biggest hits of 1995, courtesy of Top of the Pops’ extensive back catalogue. Featuring artists such as Oasis, Take That, Kylie Minogue, Björk, Blur and Mariah Carey.
EXCLUSIVE PERFORMANCES from Top of The Pops: PULP “Common People”, Coolio Featuring L.V. “Gangsta’s Paradise”, Mc Almont & Butler “Yes”, Oasis “Wonderwall”, TAKE THAT “Back for Good”, Everything But The Girl “Missing” (Todd Terry Club Mix), Shaggy “Mr. Boombastic”, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds featuring Kylie Minogue “Where The Wild Roses Grow”, MN8 “I’ve Got A Little Something For You”, REDNEX “Cotton Eye Joe”, BJORK “It’s Oh So Quiet”, Edwyn Collins “A Girl Like You”, Supergrass “Alright”, Mariah Carey “Fantasy”, The Outhere Brothers “Boom Boom Boom”, BLUR “Country House”, Celine Dion “Think Twice”, Simply Red “Fairground”, The Rembrandts “I’ll Be There For You”, N-TRANCE “Set You Free”,
Total Running Time: 2 Hours