• 1988-02-09
  • Peel is delighted that he has obtained the Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father LP, that features artists covering tracks of the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album, which was produced by the New Musical Express to raise money for Childline.
  • Peel mentions that Simon Mayo told him that the House Of Commons have now a majority of 40 votes to allow TV cameras in the House Of Parliament.
  • Peel reveals that when he heard feedtime's LP for the first time, he wasn't impressed, but then heard one of their singles and decided to listen to the album again and now enjoys it.
  • Peel says that Andy Kershaw has given him a record from the Chaminuka Training Centre Choir which he bought when he was in Zimbabwe.
  • Peel plays a track from American thrash metal band Megadeth doing a cover of the Sex Pistols' Anarchy In The U.K.
  • Peel reveals that this is the first time he's heard of Morrissey's new single without hearing it before playing on the show.
  • Peel doesn't play the Abs session track Ideadtapoo! on the show for unknown reasons.



(JP: 'An excellent band I think, slightly plagued by rugby clubs sense of humour, that's the first from them')
(JP: 'I wonder what you make of that')

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  • 1) 020A-B9550XXXXXXX-0100A0.mp3
  • 2) 1988-02-xx-03-xx Peel Show LE004
  • 3) [1988-24] John Peel Selection ~ BBC Radio 1 ~ Feb & March 1988
  • 1) 1:57:43
  • 2) 1:20:41 (48:25-54:21)
  • 3) 0:44:14 (0:00:44 - 0:04:26)
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