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This Week’s Flashback with Judders

Written by on 18 October 2017

The Flashback with Judders – Sunday’s 10am -1pm

On this week’s Flashback with Judders, we travel back to the week ending the 19th October 1960, relieving the music and events of a fabulous year for music. It was the year where the average house price was at £2, 530 a pint of milk would have cost us 8p and a loaf of bread would cost us 5p!

This week’s UK Top 20 chart from 1960 (Week ending 19th October)

  1. Ricky Valance – Tell Laura I Love Her*
  2. Roy Orbison – Only The Lonely*
  3. Cliff Richard – Nine Times Out Of Ten*
  4. Adam Faith – How About That*
  5. Shirley Bassey – As Long As He Needs Me*
  6. Elvis Presley – A Mess Of Blues
  7. The Everly Brothers – Lucille
  8. The Shadows – Apache*
  9. Hank Locklin – Please Help Me I’m Falling
  10. Duane Eddy – Because They’re Young*
  11. The Ventures – Walk Don’t Run*
  12. Connie Francis – Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool*
  13. Sam Cooke – Chain Gang*
  14. Bob Luman – Lets Think About Living
  15. John Barry Seven – Walk Don’t Run*
  16. Russ Conway – Passing Breeze
  17. Frank Sinatra – Nice ‘N’ Easy
  18. Kaye Sisters – Paper Roses
  19. Cliff Richard – Please Don’t Tease
  20. Johnny & The Hurricanes – Rocking Goose*

*Songs played on this weeks show

Then from 11am we travel back to revisit the chart of the week ending 19th October 1991 with music including: Erasure, Bryan Adams, Rozalla & Zoe. It was the year that Manchester United win the European Cup Winners’ Cup with a 2–1 win over FC Barcelona of Spain in Rotterdam, the government confirms that the unpopular Community Charge is to be replaced by a new Council Tax in 1993 & on the television we was watching: 2 Point 4 Children, The Britass Empire & Noel’s House Party for the first time.

Then after 12pm, we hand over the airwaves to you to read through the letters, cards & e-mails you have been sending in over the past 7 days, for your Sunday Requests & Love Songs. (Remember you can be part of next week’s show, by e-mailing: lines close on Thursday of each week)