He regrets his tactics as it seems that he is stuck in a caravan in a concrete canyon outside the Festival Hall and can't see the bands he had invited
Despite what is listed on BBC Genome, the show ran from 20:40 to midnight
"I've put it into the machine, but it doesn't seem to have... Actually, I have to be perfectly honest with you, I like to pretend this is due to the machinery not working but it's more to do with me not working. I put the CD casually into the machine without bothering to check if it's actually going round or not. Now it is, I managed to talk my way into a more stable position here."
"Even today I'm still picking mud out of my bags of mail and stuff like that [...] having been to Glastonbury of course last weekend as you probably noticed. All kinds of terrible rumours of the things that went on there, the most conspicuous of them being a story I was discussing with Steve Lamacq on the air of a sludgegulper in one of the tents which actually disgorged its previous contents rather than accepting new ones... obviously one hopes that wasn't true."
On the Al Ferrier track: "And the other day I got a letter and a couple of records from Deutschemark Bob out of Deutschemark Bob and the Deficits, and he'd been back home to the United States of America, and he found a record that I'd been looking for for quite some time and was decent enough to send it to me. From Al Ferrier, this is 'I'm Not Drinking More.'"
"And as we DJs say, it goes something like this..."
"This is the John Peel wingding coming to you live from a concrete canyon at the back of the Royal Festival Hall"
"That Thurston Moore's tall, isn't he?"
"I'm supposed to tell you you're listening to Radio 1, but you know that already, I suspect."