TEN years ago, this week, Pink topped the charts for the third week in a row.

1. Pink: So What

2. Geraldine: The Winners Song

3. Leon Jackson: Don’t Call This Love

4. Kings of Leon: Sex on Fire

5. The Saturdays: Up

Number one hit single Gym (correct) and Tonic earned the top spot in October 1998.

1. Spacedust: Gym and Tonic

2. 911: More Than a Woman

3. Billie: Girlfriend

4. B*Witched: Rollercoaster

5. Aerosmith: I Don't Want to Miss a Thing

This week, 30 years ago, Whitney Houston topped the charts.

1. Whitney Houston: One Moment in Time

2. Bobby McFerrin: Don't Worry, Be Happy

3. D-Mob featuring Gary Haisman: We Call it Acieed (correct)

4. Erasure: A Little Respect

5. Enya: Orinoco Flow

Grease stormed the charts with Summer Nights 40 years ago.

1. John Travolta and Olivia Newton John: Summer Nights

2. Boney M: Rasputin

3. Dean Friedman: Lucky Stars

4. John Travolta: Sandy

5. Rose Royce: Love Don't Live Here Anymore

Mary Hopkin held on to the top spot for another week in 1968.

1. Mary Hopkin: Those Were the Days

2. The Casuals: Jesamine

3. The Beatles: Hey Jude

4. Leapy Lee: Little Arrows

5. Union Gap: Lady Willpower

High School Musical 3 was the top earner ten years ago.

1. High School Musical 3: Senior Year

2. Saw V

3. Max Payne

4. Beverly Hills Chihuahua

5. Pride and Glory

Bride of Chucky climbed the charts 20 years ago this week.

1. Bride of Chucky

2. Practical Magic

3. Antz

4. Rush Hour

5. A Night at the Roxbury

In 1988, the top five films at the box office were...

1. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

2. The Accused

3. Alien Nation

4. Punchline

5. Gorillas in the Mist

Comes a Horseman starring Jane Fonda, earned the number one spot at the box office.

1. Comes a Horseman

2. Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

3. Paradise Alley

4. Up in Smoke

5. The Wiz

The most popular films 50 years ago this week were...

1. The Lion in Winter

2. Romeo and Juliet

3. Finian’s Rainbow

4. The Boston Strangler

5. Barbarella