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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1986-05-20
Comments
  • Peel mentions being nearly run over by a diplomatic car.
  • Peel mentions that whilst driving in Europe, he received 75-80 demo cassettes, saying none of them were amusingly awful and yet none of them were gratifyingly good.
  • Peel talks about his experience presenting Video Jukebox, saying he felt that he was not prepared and would have liked to have a bit of a say in the programme, after some listeners wrote to him saying that his appearance on the show looked wooden.
  • Peel is sad to hear of the death of Waxie Maxie (real name, Max Needham), who he said was an inspiration to himself and John Walters. He mentioned that he died last month at the age of 51.
  • Peel plays a country song from The Dental Mechanics Daughter, who are in fact from Norwich in East Anglia.

Sessions

Tracklisting

(JP: 'On Él records, that's Gol Gappas, G-O-L, second word, G-A-P-P-A-S, if you know what it means, do write in and tell me, and it's called Saint Lucy, and with so many things in life, a bit of a puzzle, you can write that down and use it yourselves if you like') [1]

File

Name
  • 020A-B0881XXXXXXX-0100M0.mp3
  • 020A-B0881XXXXXXX-0101M0.mp3
Length
  • 0:55:40
  • 1:04:15
Other
Available
References
  1. Gol Gappa's are an Indian street food consisting of crispy shells stuffed with potato and chickpeas.
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