Dork’s Chart Attack heads back to 2000 for Craig David’s ‘Fill Me In’

Dork’s all-new podcast Chart Attack is back with a new episode, out today (Wednesday 30th August).

Dork’s all-new podcast Chart Attack is back with a new episode, out today (Wednesday 30th August). This time round, we’re heading back to the turn of the millennium for Craig David‘s huge chart-topper, ‘Fill Me In’.

In season one, we jump in our big pop time machine and revisit ten iconic number ones from the turn of the millennium onwards. Exploring the highs and lows of the 21st-century UK chart, we’ll be dissecting cultural milestones, iconic pop stars, telling classic pop stories, and taking a trip down memory lane ourselves. Most importantly, we’ll be asking the crucial pop question: is this a good song?

This week on Chart Attack, we fill you in on the beginnings of Craig David’s career, his meteoric rise to the top and almost immediate fall. Episode 4 sees us dig deep into the music press of the millennium and the notorious treatment of a star on the rise as he hit number 1 with his debut single ‘Fill Me In’, plus a look at his grand return many years later as he was embraced as a true British icon.

You’ll be able to download a new edition of season one of Chart Attack every Wednesday via all the usual podcast providers, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify and more. Subscribe now to make sure you never miss an episode.

It will also be broadcast each Sunday on Dork Radio at 6pm BST. You can tune in via the Dork Radio app. Available for iOS and Android, it also allows you to get all the latest music news direct to your mobile device. You can also listen at, or via TuneIn on iOS, Android and more.

Chart Attack is brought to you by Dork. It’s hosted by Abigail Firth and Martyn Young and produced by Patrick Gunning. Chart data is sourced from the Official Charts Company. You can follow us or get in touch across socials @chartattackpod or via the Dork accounts @readdork and @dorkradio.

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