- The fifth programme of the first series of Peel's Pleasures.
- Peel mentioned that when he and his wife the Pig, were living in London, he had many bands living with them and the most pleasant of them were the Forest, who unlike other musicians, weren't helping with the house work.
- Peel mentions when he was a young lad in Liverpool, there was a Senegalese community living there.
- Peel plays a track Trudge Away Quickl, a hymn written by Thomas Ravenscroft, who has the same name as his son Tom Ravenscroft.
- Sagebrush Phil And The Wild Dogs Of Kentucky: I've Got A Tiger By The Tail (7") 1-Shot
- David Bowie: Suffragette City (session)
- BBC Archive of an exhibition, where a man is handing pots of flowers to everyone
- Forest: Graveyard (LP - The Full Circle) Harvest
- Savoy Bearcats: Senegalese Stomp (v/a LP - The Savoy Bands) RCA
- Lee Perry & Junior Byles: Dreader Locks (7") Black Art
- BBC Archive of a 1965 interview with Liverpool footballer Billy Liddell
- David Bowie: Moonage Daydream (session)
- John Fahey: The Last Steam Engine Train (LP - Volume 3 / The Dance Of Death & Other Plantation Favorites) Takoma
- Kenny Dalglish & Sandy Jardine with The New Firm: Each Saturday (7") DJM
- David Bowie: White Light White Heat (session)
- Rollettes: We Love You Rollers (7") GTO
- BBC Archive of an interview with a woman who eats coal
- Lightnin' Slim: It's Mighty Crazy (LP - Rooster Blues) Excello
- David Bowie: Ziggy Stardust (session)
- BBC Archive of an interview with Idi Amin who then plays the accordion
- David Bowie: Hang On To Yourself (session)
- Pro Cantione Antiqua, Mark Brown: Trudge Away Quickly (LP - Cakes And Ale - Catches And Partsongs) BASF
- Peel's Pleasures 5 05 Sep 1981 complete.mp3
- Many thanks to Tim
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