Pits of the Pops
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Contestants are given a band. They then have to name a single that they think charted poorly in the UK top 100, according to the official UK Chart Company. The lower the chart position, the higher the number of points. For example, the Beatles song 'Ain't She Sweet' only charted at number 29, giving you 29 points. The winner is the person with the cumulative highest score after three rounds. All answers are taken from the official charts website, if a track has ever been re-released then the highest charting release will be counted. If you don't know any or you go for a track that is outside the top 100 you get 0 points.
First appeared on BBC 5 Live, episode 129