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Nineties Night

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BBC2 devotes the last night of the year to a special tribute honouring the decade that came to be labelled as the "caring, sharing nineties". Ends 11.50pm. See Choice.
TOTP2 Presents the Nineties
Steve Wright presents a special edition of TOTP2 that looks back on ten years of outstanding singles with the songs and stars that made nineties pop music what is was. Those who defined the decade include Michael Jackson, Jarvis Cocker,
Shania Twain, Oasis, the Spice Girls, Take That, Madonna, the Fugees, Blur, Fatboy Slim and Manic Street Preachers.
(S)
9.45 Gimme Gimme Gimme: Millennium
Flatmates Tom and Linda spend New Year's Eve drinking together.
Shown on Wednesday 29 at 9pm (S) (W)
10.20 Goodbye to the Nineties
An affectionate look at the highs and lows of the past ten years in a fast-moving montage of memorable moments with music and scrolling newsbites. This was the decade when OJ, Viagra and Ibiza became household names, former Take That star Robbie Williams rose and fell and rose again, and football "came home" to the middle classes.
Producer Renee Knight ; Executive producer Caroline Wright (S) Videoplus code for 8.45-11.50 (not PDC) NOTE: PDC functions only on individual programmes

Contributors

TOTP2 Presents the Nineties Presenter: Steve Wright
Performer: Michael Jackson
Performer: Jarvis Cocker
Performer: Shania Twain
Performers: Oasis
Performers: Spice Girls
Performers: Take That
Performer: Madonna
Performers: The Fugees
Performers: Blur
Performer: Fatboy Slim
Performers: Manic Street Preachers
Producer: Mark Hagen
Goodbye: to the Nineties
Subject: Robbie Williams
Producer: Renee Knight
Executive Producer: Caroline Wright

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