Join Gravity's own Phillip Morrall for yet another 90s Throwback Special and in this edition, he looks more into the groups and solo artists that mad a huge impression on the decade especially towards the start of the Millennium. Some of those artists featured are: Janet Jackson, Texas, Lolly, Oasis, Bryan Adams, Bon Jovi and even the Cartoons get a play as well. So sit back and come with us on another nostalgic journey back into the fabulous 1990s once again here on Gravity.
As part of our Gravity Summer Season's "Now that's what I call a Weekend", Jonathan Combey takes you through some of the best and most memorable tracks, all from Now That's What I Call Disney. With music from films like Peter Pan, Beauty and the Beast, Alladin and much much more. So join Jonathan as he takes a look and breaks down the story behind some of Disney's best music, all from Now That's What I Call Disney!
Join Phil Morrall as he takes you on a journey back into the last decade and to what music was like a mere 8 or so years ago. Featuring some big chart hits from the likes of: Girls Aloud, White Stripes, Kylie Minogue, Razorlight and even would you believe Bob the Builder. So sit back and take a journey with us at Gravity as we explore the 2000s in style.
As our Easter Special for 2018 on Gravity and also reaching our 50th edition of the Weekend Show. Join Phillip Morrall as he chats to Gaby Zacara about her latest single Dutty Love which you can hear on Gravity and what inspirations she had when making the single and what will the rest of 2018 hold for the upcoming singer/songwriter.
Were you a 90s child and want to re-live some of those classic hits you used to grow up with? Then join our very own Phillip Morrall as he takes you on a trip down memory lane with 2 hours of some of the finest music the 1990s ever brought us. From the likes of Aqua, Bryan Adams, Alice Deejay, Blink 182, B*Witched and Westlife to name but a few. As well as the hits there is some 90s facts and knowledge thrown in for good measure too so we can really take you down the path of what the 1990s was all about and how music really did define the decade as a whole.