Sadly about half the names on your list won't feature as they narrowly missed the Top 40 back then... the tosh which did is a bit galling.
There will still be some good-ish bits in the repeats mind and mine will be New Order doing Round and Round, Electronic, The Mondays and The Roses, 808 State's Pacific and a few other dance-centric acts like Ten City, Adeva, Inner City and Neneh Cherry.
I've mentioned this before but IIRC Snub TV appeared around this time too and many of the indie and underground stuff from the late 80's/early 90's period featured quite well and prominently on there. Would be nice if BBC Four did a repeat of that but... that's absolutely unlikely. Fortunately a lot of Snub stuff is on YouTube.
Mark Goodier and Andy Crane present the edition first shown on January 5, featuring performances by Erasure, Kim Wilde, a-ha, Duran Duran, Boy Meets Girl, Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine, Climie Fisher, Inner City, Neneh Cherry, Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan and the Four Tops.
Was the Kim Wilde one Four Letter Word? If so, that was very good, one of the handful of songs I like from that period.
I suspect it probably is. I seem to recall that was the song she was performing just before Xmas so probably kept climbing the charts. Then again might be whatever the follow up was. Watch on Friday Cartman and find out.