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TV2 TV Guide Best on the Box "Best Music Show"

Top Of The Pops Saturday March 4th 5pm - 6pm

TV2 TV Guide Best on the Box "Best Music Show"

So the weather is getting colder, and there are definitely leaves falling from the trees as the second series of Top of the Pops draws to a close but don't despair, Bede has pulled together a very summery show indeed to wrap up the season.

First up, he's invited the very lovely, the very beautiful, and the very talented Aaradhna to bring some sunshine down to the studio by performing her hit single Down Time.

Then, to mix things up, we have hot young punk-rock band Mumsdollar in to perform their latest single - they'll get the crowd all warmed up.

We've also got a brand new performance from the head diva herself Mariah Carey and a very energetic song from the Top Of The Pops team's favourite band of the moment, Hard Fi - these guys are awesome! That's not all - head to www.tvnz.co.nz to enter the draw to win the latest album from The Living End and the other Top Of The Pops band of the moment Arctic Monkeys - way-hey!!!

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