We, quite literally, chart an incredible decade of dance with a countdown of the Top 50 Dance Anthems of the 90s, based on your votes. There’s also a Youth Club top 5 and more, all after a magical memories-inducing medley of 90s dance classics which didn’t even make the chart! A pulsating podcast of sweaty memories awaits you!
Radio Gar Gar 90's Dance Anthems (28 downloads)
Radio Gar Gar Feel Good 90s (26 downloads)
Recorded in southern Spain, Radio Gar Gar basks in a tour of well-know 90s dance and chilled tunes in Spanish, and bathes in the brilliance of our Greatest Spanish Song You’ve Never Heard. We take a dive into the high-speed world of Spanish advertising and DJing, slap on some Spanish music culture learning, entirely ruin our childhoods by finding out what the Macarena was actually about, and definitely do not spend the entire recording drinking Spanish beer. Nope.
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If you love Eurovision, or if you can’t stand it, this podcast is for you! The UK actually got votes back in the 90s – as did some very questionable music – so we play Name the Year, reliving each one and playing a proportionate amount of the winner, dependant on how awful it was. Plus we hear Terry Wogan’s hilarious views, look at the history of nil points, and mock the voting and technology fails. Largely with fails of our own. That’s Eurovision!
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Welcome to Radio Gar Gar Online!
The original 90s station, which started life on cassettes (can we claim to be the podcast forerunner?!), has now re-launched online, reviving the good-old 90s!
Radio Gar Gar initially began in a back bedroom in 1987 in Yorkshire, UK, before expanding and kicking into gear as a tape rental service in 1992. Brothers Jonny and Andrew grew the station over the decade, with an emphasis on fun features and chart music. Offshoots then made it online in the late 90s before pastures new were pursued and it all ended.
Now, over thirty years on, the same duo are reviving Radio Gar Gar – and bringing the brilliant 90s back into our lives!
Originally the ‘studio’ was nothing more than an old HiFi system.