1985: Steve Wright introducing The Smiths. I can't imagine Morrissey had nothing to say about this. They faced competition for the alienated youth this week in the form of The Cult, Ian Astbury in full hand-twirling mood having been calligraphed on his cheek.
1991: Eventually Mark Franklin had to be kept away from physical contact with the show. Here's a key problem with the new look - the top ten alone in the rundown, after the first song of the show (Carl Cox, if you must know) So much for everything else. "Creating a flavour", Cathy Dennis seems to be allying herself with the string section while partitioning those pesky synths off to the other side. For completeness' sake, Morrissey.
1997: Boy band-like post-Britpop chancers in the time when you could use the line "I go to public school" in a song and get away without comment, Catch clearly excited the girls enough with their song about being ripped off in a Soho sex club. Logic lurks somewhere within, I'm sure. "Let's have a bit more!" Toby Slater shouts as the song comes to an end, before flashing the dreaded rock horns. Look at yourself, son!