Yes, Alan Jones once listed positions 76-100 on the larger Top 200 chart. It was the chart of 8 March 1980. The post I made about it is at:https://www.ukmix.org/forums/viewtopic. ... 5#p2393395
The original chart compilers (BMRB) did in fact compile a Top 100 until May 6 1978 and then from 13 May 1978 to their last chart, 25 December 1982, they compiled a Top 200. But as Gambo states, the larger chart was for industry eyes only. Those larger charts were used to compile the Star Breakers chart (until 6 May 1978) and the Bubbling Under (next 25) from 8 August 1981 to 25 December 1982. Alan Jones would sometimes quote chart positions of records which were below the top 75. As well as the 76-100 positions listed in the above link he also mentioned chart positions of other singles below the top 75. For example, a few weeks after John Lennon was murdered Alan Jones listed the positions on the top 200 of some Lennon and Beatles tracks:
3 - Happy Xmas
5 - (Just Like) Starting Over
118 - Power To The People
126 - No. 9 Dream
130 - Give Peace A Chance
139 - Balld Of John & Yoko
156 - Love Me Do
178 - Can't Buy Me Love
(chart dated 17 January 1981).
(an interesting bit of trivia in the same Alan Jones article: 'Woman' which entered the chart at number 3 on 24 January 1981 had also been released as a limited edition cassette single totalling 20,000 copies. When it climbed to number 1 two weeks later it therefore became the first number 1 single to be available as a cassette).
Another Beatles related sub-75 listing: in September 1980 Paul McCartney released 'Temporary Secretary' as a 12" only, limited edition, single release. It peaked on the larger chart (dated 4 October 1980) at number 76 before falling back to number 121.
Other sub-75 chart positions can be found in another page of the thread I linked to abovehttps://www.ukmix.org/forums/viewtopic. ... 6#p1516636
Most are from January 1983+ and therefore are from below number 100 but 'Hey Mae' is mentioned. In addition there are two records from 1978 and 1979 listed there too (one, 'Down In The Park' by Tubeway Army is a classic yet it peaked at number 198 in 1979).