So a huge thanks goes to Robert Thompson for uploading it here to WeTransfer
And an alternative link can also be found here also at WeTransfer
Hey ~ why didn't they just edit out the Mike Smith links and just show Tommy Vance's?
06/01/83 (Mike Smith & Tommy Vance)
Joe Jackson – “Steppin’ Out” (50)
Became Joe's second and final top ten hit reaching number 6.
Phil Collins – “You Can’t Hurry Love” (2) (video)
Went up one more place to become the first of three number ones for Phil.
Ultravox – “Hymn” (12) (rpt from 16/12/82)
This double-whammy yewtree victim went up one more place.
Bucks Fizz – “If You Can’t Stand The Heat” (13)
Still slowly feeling its way to a peak position of number 10.
Malcolm McLaren & The World’s Famous Supreme Team – “Buffalo Gals” (11) (video)
Scratched its way up two more places.
Wah! – “The Story Of The Blues” (34)
Became their only top ten hit reaching number 3.
David Essex – “A Winter’s Tale” (3) (video)
Another one that has missed out on a BBC4 showing, although it was featured on the recent Christmas Hits compilation show ~ it went up one more place.
The Stranglers – “European Female” (40)
A rare chance for JJ Burnel to take lead vocals and it made it to number 9.
Dionne Warwick – “All The Love In The World” (10) (US TV clip)
At its peak.
Renee & Renato – “Save Your Love” (1) (video)
Final week at the top.
Madness – “Our House” (5) (audience dancing/credits)
Now making itself at home in its peak position.
Back to BBC4 next week for January 13th 1983.