Take 40 Australia was Australia's first and longest-running music countdown. It counted down the official top 40 singles as per the ARIA chart on a weekly basis. It was broadcast nationally each week to over 1.
Take 40 australia inthe show ended after 32 years with its final broadcast on Saturday 3 September Take 40 Australia first hit the airwaves in and was hosted by Barry Bissell for 20 years until his retirement in Bissell was an integral part of the show's success, counting down Australia's 40 biggest songs.
He also celebrated the th show milestone in Sandilands remained with the show until December and Jackie hosted the show solo until Angus O'Loughlin Jackie O as host.
In FebruaryAsh London was announced as co-host of the show joining Angus. London left the show in December after resigning from Southern Cross Austereo. Emma Freedman was announced as co-host replacing London.
In AugustSouthern Cross Austereo announced a revamped weekend lineup for the Hit Network and Take 40 Australia was no longer part of the lineup. The show ended after 32 years on Saturday 3 September During its run, Take 40, in association with Australian record companies, released a number of hit music compilation albums on CD and cassette.
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