Hit Parades

The radio station had various hit parades and promotional records.

There were such as:

  • Dutch language Hittopper
  • Dutch language Top 15
  • German language Top 10
  • Schitterschijf or Tip for the Top
  • Top 30 or Stille 30 (Silent 30)
  • Top 100 of the year
  • Weekend CD

The composition of the charts was entirely dependent on the volunteer that had the show under his/her care at a certain time. Some volunteers just threw the charts together, while others calculated it on basis of various sources (e.g. sales numbers from the local record store and national charts).

Below some examples of these charts:

Top 30 of September 30 1992; notice the funny spelling mistakes in the various music titles, as well as the fact that this overview is still made by typewriterTop 30 of September 30 1992; notice the funny spelling mistakes in the various music titles, as well as the fact that this overview is still made by typewriter

Charts of  July 15 and 16 1994Charts of July 15 and 16 1994

A larger collection of weekly charts is available as PDF (10Mb).

Some year overviews are also available.



Also see...:

Top 100 of the Year

The radio station also had its own hit parades. The year overviews of these hit lists were always nice round-ups of the year.

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