- The sixth and final programme of the first series of Peel's Pleasures.
- The radio commentary of the Alan Kennedy goal also featured on Peel's FabricLive.07 mix album.
- Voice of John Walters pre-recording his Walters' Weekly show and indicating mistakes to the tape editor by going "beep" (frequently)
- Faces: Stay With Me (session)
- Sam Butler: Poor Boy Blues (1926) (LP- Guitar Wizards 1926-1935) Yazoo
- Carl Orff: Carmina Burana (excerpt from composer's work used on film soundtrack, but JP doesn't identify performers, film or record)
- BBC archive interview with Mrs. Mountain, female footballer who took up the game at the age of 86
- Cab Calloway and his Orchestra: Minnie the Moocher
- John Fahey: Sail Away Ladies (LP- The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party and Other Excursions) Takoma
- Faces: Miss Judy's Farm (session)
- More of John Walters making mistakes while reading his script and going "beep"
- Harlan Lattimore and his Connie's Inn Orchestra: Reefer Man (1932) (LP - unknown)
- Annette Funicello: Jamaica Ska (LP - unknown)
- BBC interview with Manouche, talking in a heavy French accent about her lovers, including a Scotish lord and a leading Marseilles gangster
- Clyde McPhatter: Long and Lonely Nights
- Faces: Maggie May (session)
- BBC football commentator Bryon Butler describes Alan Kennedy's goal for Liverpool against Real Madrid in the 1981 European Cup Final (JP: "the greatest day of my life").
- 1981-09-12 Peels Pleasures (S1e6) BBC Radio 1.mp3