- John Peel's Music On BFBS
- BFBS (Germany)
- Featuring stories about British Telecom and John's disappointment at not being better-looking than Andy Peebles.
- John tells us about his son Tom's bicycle accident and plays a suitable record for him.
- Tape inlay reads 'September '88'.
- From Peel 089 (BFBS)
- Skatalites: 'Latin Goes Ska (Compilation LP-Dance Crasher: From Ska To Rock Steady)' (Trojan)
- Hollywood Persuaders: 'Drums A-Go-Go (Compilation LP-Swing For A Crime)' (GMG)
- Dan: 'Shake Your Foundations (LP-Mother With Child And Bunny!)' (Workers Playtime)
- Urge Overkill: 'Wichita Lineman (7"-Lineman)' (Touch And Go)
- discourse on Annette Funicello's special talents
- House Of Love: 'Destroy The Heart (7")' (Creation)
- (JP: 'I love the way that just collapses at the end.')
- feedtime: 'Lightning's Girl (LP-Cooper-S)' (Megadisc)
- New Christs: 'You'll Never Catch My Wave (LP-Divine Rites)' (Citadel) (JP: 'I was going to play you something called I Swear, but I played it on the radio last night here in Britain and to my horror found that it repeated fairly frequently the common word for the process by which most of us got here. Except possibly for Andy Peebles.')
- Mudhoney: 'Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More (7"-Touch Me I'm Sick)' (Sub Pop)
- Siddeleys: 'Sunshine Thuggery (12")' (Sombrero)
- Yello: 'The Race (7")' (Mercury)
- Happy Hate Me Nots: 'New Hope (LP-Out)' (Waterfront)
- James: 'So Many Ways (LP-Stutter)' (Sire)
- Peel 089
- 00:45:31 (to 43:35)
- Many thanks to Dirk. Sound quality listenable rather than outstanding.
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