It's difficult to imagine the nineties without the Spice Girls, and we wouldn't want to either. Geri Horner (formerly Halliwell) follows in the footsteps of Tom Jones, Keith Richards, Boy George and Jazzie B by revisiting the decade that has defined her life and career to date. In that time Geri shot to international fame as Ginger Spice and along with her fellow band members preached the doctrine of 'Girl Power' to the world. Here, the singer reflects on how a working-class girl from Watford came to symbolise the gender politics of a turbulent era. She also discusses the key political and social moments of the '90s, including Nelson Mandela's release, the birth of New Labour, the launch of the World Wide Web, and the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. We're assuming of course that now iconic Union Jack dress at the Brits will have to be mentioned too.