- The Enos McLeod record starts to disintegrate on the turntable as it gets cued up, but Peel is still able to play it.
- Mentions that his first ever car was a 1958 Chevrolet Biscayne.
- Recent gigs in Sheffield and Colchester are mentioned.
(tape cuts in)
- Red Lorry Yellow Lorry: Beating My Head (12" single - This Today) Red Rhino
- Frank Chickens: We Are Ninja (single) Kaz
- Enos McLeod: Listen To The Beat (single) GG
- Six Sed Red: Shake It Right (12" single) Sire
- JP: "In case you're worrying, and I know some of you will be, as to whether it's alright for you to like it or not, it's perfectly acceptable because it was produced by Cabaret Voltaire."
- JP: "Any film which is about a 1958 Plymouth Fury is a film that's alright with me."
- Robert & Johnny: We Belong Together (LP - Christine original soundtrack) Motown
- Hagar The Womb: A Song Of Deep Hate (session) (tape flip towards the end)
- Ledernacken: Amok! (12" EP) Strike Back
- Julian Cope: Quizmaster (LP - World Shut Your Mouth) Mercury §
- Party Day: Rabbit Pie (LP - Giraffe In Flames) AAZ
- Box Of Toys: Precious Is The Pearl (12" single) Inevitable
- Jolly Brothers: Conscious Man (12" single) Cyprian reissue
- Hagar The Womb: By Force (session)
- Shockabilly: Homeward Bound (LP - Colosseum) Rough Trade
- Brian Eno: Seven Deadly Fins (11xLP Box Set Working Backwards: 1983-1973) Editions EG EGBS 2
- (the attempted seque goes wrong as he plays it at the wrong speed) §
(tape cuts out less than a minute in to the above track though more of it is available on second file.)
Tracks marked § available on second file. More tracks from that file may also be from this show but can't be definitively dated.
- 1) 1984-03-06 John Peel Radio 1 (incomplete).flac
- 2) 1984-02-xx-03-06 Peel Late Feb Early Mar 1984
- 1) 01:03:36
- 2) 58:55 (53:42 onwards)
- Incomplete Show