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Svensktoppen
Svensktoppen
GenreRecord chart
Country of origin Sweden
Language(s)Swedish
Home stationSR P4
Original release13 October 1962 (1962-10-13) - present

Svensktoppen (Swedish: [²sv?nsk?t?p:?n]) is a weekly record chart airing at Sveriges Radio. Until January 2003, the songs had to be in the Swedish language. Svensktoppen has aired since 1962, except for the years 1982-1985. The last years before the January 2003 change, the programme was strongly dominated by dansband music.

The first number one hit song was "Midnattstango" performed by Swedish crooner Lars Lönndahl.

New rules on 17 January 2016 restricted the maximum length for a song to chart to one year.[1]

Presenters

  • Barbro Lindström (1962-1963)
  • Carl-Uno Sjöblom (1963)
  • Magnus Banck (1963)
  • Torbjörn Johnsson (1964-1965)
  • Gert Landin (1965)
  • Bengteric Nordell (1965)
  • Jörgen Cederberg (1966)
  • Ulf Elfving (1966-1973)
  • Kent Finell (1973-1975)
  • Kersti Adams-Ray (1975-1976)
  • Pekka Langer (1976)
  • Alicia Lundberg (1976)
  • Sven Lindahl (1977)
  • Pekka Langer (1977)
  • Gert Landin (1977)
  • Arne Weise (1978)
  • Pekka Langer (1978)
  • Åke Strömmer (1978)
  • Kent Finell (1979)
  • Pekka Langer (1979)
  • Gert Landin (1979)
  • Kent Finell (1980)
  • Kersti Adams-Ray (1980)
  • Kent Finell (1980)
  • Lasse Lönndahl (1980-1981)
  • Janne Önnerud (1981)
  • Östen Warnerbring (1981)
  • Eddie Bruhner (1982-13 June 1982)
  • No shows (20 June 1982 to 6 October 1985)
  • Jan-Erik Lundén (13 October 1985-1986)
  • Janne Önnerud (1986-1987)
  • Kent Finell (1987-2002)
  • Annika Jankell (2003-19 August 2007)
  • Carolina Norén (26 August 2007 - )

See also

References

  1. ^ "Stora förändringar på Svensktoppen" (in Swedish). Sveriges Radio. 17 January 2016. Retrieved 2016.

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