Top Of The Pops' last-ever show attracted just 3.9 million viewers on Sunday night, despite the widespread media coverage preceding its airing.
The BBC's flagship music show, bowing out after seeing viewing figures slip from around 15 million in its heyday to today's much-lower number, was presented by a selection of hosts on Sunday night: Sir Jimmy Saville rubbed shoulders with Janice Long, who in turn shared screen time with both Mike Reid and Edith Bowman. No wonder I didn't watch it.
Although 3.9 million viewers is hardly worth getting excited about, it nevertheless marked a dramatic improvement compared to shows broadcast in the not-so-distant past. Fewer than a million people had been tuning in for certain recent editions.
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