- John Peel's Music On BFBS
- BFBS (Germany)
- Taper's note: "Beginning of 1st hour missing." This missing portion presumably contains the other Number One Cup song that John refers to.
- JP welcomes the much-delayed release of the Misunderstood album, and notes that although he is credited as producer, his main contribution was to sit at the back and say occasionally, "That's awfully good."
- (JP: 'I know that if any of you ever bothered to write to me here at BFBS, you'd probably write and say things like, "Why don't you play us, John, a song that contains the immortal line, "Another mule kicking in my stall?", or I should say more accurately, "Another mule kickin' in my stawl!" Well, OK then.')
- (JP: 'Possibly the first blues LP I bought: certainly, I bought it when I was in the army meself and took it back home when I was on leave one weekend and played it to my mum. My mother, a woman of extraordinary judgement and taste, thought it was one of the best things she'd ever heard, and she was quite right.')
- Great Unraveling: 'Head For The Hills (CD-Great Unraveling)' (Kill Rock Stars)
- To Rococo Rot: 'Modern Homes (CD-Veiculo)' (City Slang)
- Jane Bond & The Undercovermen: 'Kiss My Gun (LP-Politically Correct)' (Dreamworld)
- Olivia Tremor Control: 'Jumping Fences (CDS)' (Blue Roses Record Company)
- Misunderstood: 'Who's Been Talking (CD-The Legendary Gold Star Album)' (Cherry Red)
- Si-(cut).db: 'Behind You (CD-Behind You)' (Suburbs Of Hell)
- Fuzzbird: 'Burning Martyr (CD-Welcome To Santa's Sex Shop)' (Mook)
- Patric C.: 'Enter Your Name (CD-The Horrible Plans Of Flex Busterman)' (Digital Hardcore Recordings)
- (news - edited out)
- Wannadies: 'Hit - Remix (CDS)' (Indolent)
- Butterflies Of Love: 'Rob A Bank (7")' (Fortuna Pop!) 
- Buccaneer: 'Man Tief Sonata (12")' (Greensleeves)
- Jerry Lee Lewis: 'It All Depends (LP-Jerry Lee Lewis)' (Sun) (which jumps at the start)
- Master Charlie Rogers: 'Honolulu Cakewalk (Compilation LP-Golden Years Of The Banjo)'
- Reasonable Force: 'Jack The Ripper (12")' (Formation)
- Link Wray: 'Jack The Ripper (7")' (Norton)
- Hitchers: 'Strachan (CD-It's All Fun And Games 'Til Someone Loses An Eye)' (Murgatroid)
- Dreadzone: 'Earth Angel (CDS)' (Virgin)
- Number One Cup: 'Not Quite Reading (CD-Kim Chee Is Cabbage)' (Flydaddy)
- Chakra: 'I Am (Digweed & Muir's Dream Dub) (Compilation CD-John Digweed - The Winning Ticket)' (Jackpot)
- I-Roy: 'Sufferer's Psalm (CD-Don't Check Me With No Lightweight Stuff (1972-75))' (Blood & Fire)
- Cable: 'Signature Tune (CD-When Animals Attack)' (Infectious)
- Peel Show 1997-04-10 (BFBS) (incomplete)
- Many thanks to Carsten from Berlin.
- ↑ The label is not Coffee House, as John thinks: that was where it was recorded.
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