Katrina & The Waves, David Hasselhoff, Depeche Mode, Howard Jones, Thompson Twins and Foreigner were in the charts, we were going to see Back To The Future, Cocoon, The Breakfast Club, Mask and The Colour Purple at the cinema and they were only up to Police Academy 2 and Rocky IV. Nelson Mandela told the South African Government to keep their freedom, Ronald Reagan was President of the United States, Keira Knightley, Michael Phelps, Leisel Jones and Katy Perry were born, the USA cared about Africa and a TV show called “Neighbours” starts on Channel 7 but they axe it after 6 months and sell the rights to Channel 10. All this and a bunch of other good stuff will be the focus on Radio Ga Ga this Saturday morning from 10am.
- RADIO GA GA’S MUSICIANS WHO DEPARTED THE STAGE IN 2012
- RADIO GA GA PODCAST – SONGS ABOUT U.S STATES
- Radio Ga Ga One Hit Wonders Part 2
- Supergroups on Radio Ga Ga 16/04/11
- RADIO GA GA DOES “ALL THE SMALL THINGS”