- Tracklisting taken from notebook entries for JLP069, JLP070 and JLP071 which are pause-button recordings. File to be created and uploaded when tapes are available.
- First play of the Clash's "Bankrobber", which was only available as an import for several months owing to a dispute between the band and CBS. Despite the record being horribly jumpy, Peel said he thought it was the best thing they'd ever done.
- Laurel Aitken (with The Ruts) #1, first broadcast. Recorded 1980-04-28 (Garner). No known commercial release.
- Athletico Spizz 80 #4, first broadcast. Recorded 1980-04-30 (Garner). No known commercial release.
- Laurel Aitken: Rock Me Baby / Caledonia (session)
- Athletico Spizz 80: Rhythm Inside (session)
- Clash: Bankrobber (7" Train In Vain/Bankrobber) CBS S 8370
- Clash: Rockers Galore - UK Tour (7" Train In Vain/Bankrobber) CBS S 8370
- Killing Joke: Wardance (7" Wardance/Pssyche) Malicious Damage MD5.40
- Laurel Aitken: Big Fat Man (session)
- Wire: Lowdown (LP various artists - The Roxy London WC2 Jan-Apr 77) EMI EMS 1189
- Wire: 1 2 X U (LP various artists - The Roxy London WC2 Jan-Apr 77) EMI EMS 1189
- Athletico Spizz 80: Hot Deserts (session)
- John Cooper Clarke: It Man (7") Epic S EPC 8655
- Athletico Spizz 80: Central Park (session)
- Beat: Rough Rider (LP - I Just Can't Stop It) Go-Feet BEAT 1
- Beat: Click Click (LP - I Just Can't Stop It) Go-Feet BEAT 1
- Athletico Spizz 80: Red And Black (session)
- Laurel Aitken: Jesse James (session)
- File to be created from JLP069, JLP070 and JLP071 - upload forthcoming
- ↑ The band's wiki page has JP playing various import versions of the single over the next few weeks. To the best of my recollection the version played on this occasion was the French import - to be further investigated when the tapes are available.