What Was Your UK Number One Song On Each Birthday?
Want to know what was the number one song in the UK charts on the day you were born (or any other birthday or significant event)?You can either click a year box below to see all the number one songs from that particular year or enter your date of birth in the box above to see a full list of every number one on all your birthdays.
(The DoB you enter is not stored and is only used to create your own list. Once you click on another page or leave this site the info is deleted).
Since our first chart in 1953 there have been 1400 number ones (this includes those songs that made it to the top spot more than once).
565 of these only stayed at number one for 1 week, 307 for 2 weeks & 219 for 3 weeks
Only six artists have managed to stay 'Top of the Pops' for more than 10 consecutive weeks in a row. They are:
- Ed Sheeran with Bad Habits (11 weeks in 2021)
- Tones And I with Dance Monkey (11 weeks in 2019)
- Ed Sheeran with Shape Of You (13 weeks in 2017)
- Wet Wet Wet with Love Is All Around (15 weeks in 1994)
- Drake ft Wizkid & Kyla with One Dance (15 weeks in 2016)
- Bryan Adams with (Everything I Do) I Do It For You (16 weeks in 1991)
All the UK Christmas Number One SongsList of every UK Christmas Number One Song since 1953
- On 7 occasions between 2005 and 2014 the Christmas number one came from which TV show?
- Which Girl Band was Christmas Number One in 1996, 1997 & 1998?
- How many times has 'Do They Know It's Christmas' by various Band Aid groups been number one at Christmas?
- Who's had more Christmas Number Ones? - Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Cliff Richard or LadBaby?
- Find the answers to these and much more here
From the latest statistics available (2021) there
were 624,828 new births in a single year in the UK (England, Scotland, Wales
& Northern Ireland) and over 139 million worldwide.
That's just over 1,700 per day for the UK and over 380,000 every day across the world.
The most popular date for births in the UK is 26th September (conceived over Christmas the preceeding year) and the least common are 25th/26th December (induced labour and cesarean births are not usually scheduled for these days).
You can find out what song was number one in the charts on the day you were born from our annual chart lists (above) or simply enter your date of birth from the drop down boxes and you'll see every number one for every birthday, all in one place.
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