- Ö3 (Austria)
- Peel's son William is on a skiing holiday in Austria.
- JP notes that neither does he derive any income from the sales of the Peel Session records, nor, not being a "nostalgia man", does he listen to them much. Nonetheless, he plays a track from one.
- Some Paradise: 'Goodbye Ruth'
- Tiger & Freddy McGregor: 'One Room Shack'
- Duck Hunt: 'Holiday (7")' (K)
- Spitfire: 'Wild Sunshine (12"-Free Machine EP)' (Eve Recordings)
- Aphex Twin: 'Digeridoo (12")' (R&S)
- (JP: 'As I say, I'm not much of a dancing man, but that's supposed to be state of the art techno style.')
- (JP: 'A record to be proud of, I think....There are three main things that give me intense pleasure in life. One, of course, the opportunity to do these programmes for you; another one is a convincing victory of Liverpool over Manchester United or Arsenal; and the third, a new single from the Fall.')
- Fall: 'Free Range (7")' (Cog Sinister via Fontana, although Peel is playing a pre-release acetate)
- Zimbabwe Cha Cha Kings: 'Mari (LP-Vimbiso)' (ZML)
- Crime: 'Hotwire My Heart (7")' (Crime Music)
- X-ES: 'Weird (12"-Volume 2)' (Freaky)
- John Peel Nachtexpress 1992-03-02
- The taper and uploader apologises for the less than perfect reception on this recording.
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