Top of the Pops (UK)

Season 43 Episode 20

14th May 2006 - Radio 1's Big Weekend Special

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Aired Monday 2:00 PM May 14, 2006 on BBC
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14th May 2006 - Radio 1's Big Weekend Special
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Highlights from this years Radio 1's Big Weekend music festival in Dundee. Presenters: Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates with Vernon Kay, Chris Moyles and Jo Whyle
Playlist: • Sugababes - I Bet You Look Good on the Dance Floor [Special Performance] • Snow Patrol - You're All I Have [Special Performance] • The Editors - Bullets [Special Performance] • Dirty Pretty Things - Bang Bang You're Dead [Special Performance] • Corinne Bailey Rae - Put Your Records On [Special Performance] • Primal Scream - Country Girl [Special Performance] • Pink - Who Knew [Special Performance] • Gnarls Barkley - Crazy [Special Performance]moreless

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    Primal Scream

    Primal Scream

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    Mattafix

    Mattafix

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    Vernon Kay

    Vernon Kay

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    Pink

    Pink

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    Sugababes

    Sugababes

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    The Ordinary Boys

    The Ordinary Boys

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      • Cameos: Radio 1 DJs Edith Bowman and Colin Murray make brief on screen appearances talking, on stage, to the crowd.

      • Private Party: As of this episode and until further notice, the audience for 'Top of the Pops' is entirely made up of BBC staff members. This is due to the discovery that BBC Television Centre does not have have an appropriate licence to admit members of the public to see events inside or outside of the building. Of course that doesn't effect this episode which is entirely produced in Dundee.

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