To mark BBC Wiltshire’s 30th anniversary, the Adver is helping it to compile your 30 favourite Top 30 hits from the decade.

And there’s a lot to choose from. During the decade 191 songs topped the UK singles chart.

Madonna was the most successful act in terms of number ones, with six - Into the Groove (1985), Papa Don’t Preach (1986), True Blue (1986), La Isla Bonita (1987), Who’s That Girl (1987) and Like a Prayer (1989).

George Michael was on eight, with two as a solo artist, four as a member of pop duo Wham!, one as a duet with Aretha Franklin and one as a member of Band Aid.

The longest duration of a single at number one was nine weeks, achieved by Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s Two Tribes in 1984.

Editor of the Adver Pete Gavan said: “There’s so many great tunes from the decade, it will be doubtless hard to narrow it down, but if you enter, there’s a chance you could hear yours, so please let us know!”

The countdown will be broadcast on Saturday, April 6 from 9am with Sue Davies.

To cast your vote, email or fill in the coupon on this page and send it to Newsdesk, Swindon Advertiser, Richmond House, Hindle Way, SN3 3RB.