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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1989-01-04
Comments
  • Peel thanks readers of City Limits and the NME to voting his show as the best radio show of 1988.
  • Peel mentions the indie music television series Snub TV and says the House Of Love will appear on it.
  • Peel mentions a listener named Mary complaining to him on his comments about the 1988 Festive Fifty as being conservative and that she suggests Peel should leave the Zimbabwe tracks to Andy Kershaw, which Peel replied 'Mary, you broken my tired old heart'.
  • Peel mentions that the 1988 Festive Fifty is published in the NME.
  • The first of the Rich 200 tapes includes edited highlights of this show, which are available by the symbol § .

Sessions

Tracklisting

(JP: 'A couple of years ago the Papeete Players moved to the United States Of America and invested in some amplification and so forth and now they sound like this')  [1]
(JP: 'I'm afraid the only strange bedfellows I have these days are my own children when they wet their beds')

File

Name
  • 1) 1CDR0023984_BD02-19.mp3
  • 2) 1CDR0023985_BD02-16.mp3
  • 3) 1989-01-04 Peel Show R001.mp3
  • 4) 1989-01-xx Peel Show LE025
Length
  • 1) 1:04:51
  • 2) 0:53:10
  • 3) 0:21:27
  • 4) 1:35:33 (52:12-1:16:43) (to 1:02:59 and from 1:06:29 unique)
Other


Available
Footnotes
  1. Peel attempting a sense of humour by stating that the Papeete Players, a Tahitian musical group have become like Beowülf, a hardcore punk band from America.
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