- Part of the track listing is taken from a tape sold on eBay. Hopefully one day the buyer will make this available to the world.
- Start of show: "Well, howdy to you. This is a special programme for those of you broken-hearted and missing Frank Sinatra's London concerts this week, featuring a brave new session from the Adverts and a new one also from our old buddies Les Racing Cars. Among the records, Dr. Feelgood, Van Mortensen, Skids, Bunny Wailer, Television, Sham 69, Eric Clapping, Wire Wire and Wire, Stiff Little Fingers, Tanz Der Youth, UK Subs, all of yer favourites. To start, this suitable title from..."
- Peel returns from his holiday in France with a cold and a couple of bizarre French records.
- Adverts, #3. Recorded 1978-08-20. Available on The Wonders Don't Care: The Complete Radio Recordings) (Burning Airlines).
- Racing Cars #5. Recorded 1978-08-14. No known commercial release.
File a starts
- Mick Farren: 'Let Me In, Damn You (LP-Vampires Stole My Lunch Money)' (Logo)
- Adverts: 'Back From The Dead' (Peel Session)
- Sham 69: 'Hurry Up Harry (7")' (Polydor)
- Racing Cars: 'Takin' On The World' (Peel Session)
- Maurice Pon & François Charpin: 'Robin Des Bois [LP - Les Contes de Toujours Vol.1 (Robin Des Bois / Blanche Neige Et Les Sept Nains)]' (Mr. Pickwick)
- Les Crévaindieu: 'Allez Paris Saint-Germain' (LP – Football) Music For Pleasure
- UK Subs: 'C.I.D. (7")' (City)
- Cimarons: 'Loosenin' Out - Willin' (Rock Against Racism) (LP-Maka)' (Polydor)
- Buzzcocks: 'Ever Fallen In Love...(With Someone You Shouldn't've) (7")' (United Artists)
- Adverts: 'Love Songs' (Peel Session)
- Tanz Der Youth: 'I'm Sorry, I'm Sorry (7")' (Radar)
- Racing Cars: 'Second Best' (Peel Session)
- Stiff Little Fingers: 'Alternative Ulster (7")' (Rough Trade/Rigid Digits)
- (JP: 'Well, I don't know if it's cowardice or indolence that's stopped any of the major record companies from signing any of the excellent bands from Northern Ireland, or perhaps it's because places like Derry and Belfast may not immediately seem to be the kind of places where it's worth going on record company expenses for a weekend...One of the best bands around, I think, and you'll like that Undertones EP when I get round to playing it later on in the week as well.')
File a ends
- Wire: Outdoor Miner
- Wire: I Am The Fly
- Clint Eastwood: Conscious A-Beat Them
- Adverts: Fate Of Criminals (session)
- Eric Clapton: Promises
- Sham 69: U.S.A. (No Entry)
- Rainbow: L.A. Connection
- Racing Cars: Bring On The Night (sessoin)
- Television: Ain't That Nothin
- Dave Edmunds: Television
- Adverts: Television Over (session)
- Bunny Wailer: Rasta Man
- Brand X: Access To Data
- a) 1978-09-11 John Peel Radio 1 (incomplete) DB012
- a) Mooo
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