46 years ago today - 30th September 1967 -Tony Blackburn launched the BBC's new pop music service, Radio 1 at 7.00am.
The Breakfast Show originally ran 7.00-8.30 Monday-Saturday but after a few months it changed to become Monday-Friday and gained an extra 30 minutes.
The first record played (in full - i.e. not counting Tony's theme tune) on the station- and sometimes the second - is a regular trivia question, but what was the third? Or even the last?
Here's the full running order for that first historic show.
1 Beefeaters; John Dankworth (Programme's theme)
2 Flowers In The Rain; The Move
3 Massachusetts; The Bee Gees
4 Even The Bad Times Are Good; The Tremeloes
5 Fakin' It; Simon & Garfunkel
6 The Day I Met Marie; Cliff Richard
7 You Can't Hurry Love; The Supremes
8 The Last Waltz; Engelbert Humperdink
9 Baby Now That I've Found You; The Foundations
10 Good Times; Eric Burdon and the Animals
11 A Banda; Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass
12 I Feel Love Comin' On; Felice Taylor
13 How Can I Be Sure; Young Rascals
14 Major To Minor; The Settlers
15 Homburg; Procol Harum
16 You Keep Running Away; The Four Tops
17 Let's Go To San Francisco; The Flower Pot Men
18 Handy Man; Jimmy James
19 You Know What I Mean; The Turtles
20 The House That Jack Built; The Alan Price Set
21 Excerpt From A Teenage Opera; Keith West
22 Reflections; Diana Ross and the Supremes
23 King Midas In Reverse; The Hollies
24 Ode To Billy Joe; Bobby Gentry
25 Then He Kissed Me; The Crystals
26 Anything Goes; Harpers Bizarre
27 The Letter; The Box Tops
28 Beefeaters; John Dankworth