Review by Chris Arnsby. Janice Long: “Hello and welcome to Top of the Pops. Tonight we've got Mel and Kim, we've got A-Ha, we've got Erasure, we've got Al Jarreau.” Gary Davies: “But before all that we start off with a mega-band at number twenty seven, from Liverpool, here are the Christians.”
 Christians: Forgotten Town. Top of the Pops treatment of this song is odd. This is Forgotten Town's fourth week in the Top 40 and it's finally granted a performance the same week that it's a non-mover at . What's that all about? If anything, I'd expect the band to be featured the week the song broke into the Top 30. Interestingly, looking back at the line up for that week (19/02/1987) Top of the Pops featured an unprecedented four Breakers. Did a previous booking for The Christians fall through? We'll never know, but I'm determined to whip this up into some sort of conspiracy theory.