- John Peel's Music On BFBS
- BFBS (Germany)
- From Peel 141 (BFBS).
- Ride: 'Silver (12"-Play)' (Creation)
- Senseless Things: 'Break It Away (Compilation 7"-Pssst E.P.) (Hoss 45 Recordings)
- Sofa Head: 'It Doesn't Work (7"-Invitation To Dinner)' (Rugger Bugger Discs/Meantime)
- Wreck: 'Cut Ups (12"-Song X)' (Play It Again Sam)
- Agathocles: 'Gorgonised Dorks (split LP with Drudge)' (Deaf)
- Ride: 'Furthest Sense  (12"-Play)' (Creation)
- Snuff: 'Shake 'N' Black (CDS-Flibbiddydibbiddydob)' (Workers Playtime)
- Robert Lloyd: 'Funeral Stomp (7")' (Virgin)
- Fugazi: 'Merchandise (LP-Repeater)' (Dischord)
- (JP: 'Do you ever feel that you're intended for another planet? I know that Andy Peebles must, and there are times when I certainly do as well. Listen to this, for example, in which Greater Than One ask that age-old musical question...')
- Greater Than One: 'Why Do Men Have Nipples? (LP-G-Force)' (Wax Trax!)
- Shudder To Think: 'Boys Don't Mind Noise (7"-Medusa Seven)' (Hoss 45 Recordings)
- Seaweed: 'Re-think (7"-Inside)' (Leopard Gecko)
- (JP: 'I always think that the personalised number plate is the mark of a bounder. I know they're very fashionable in showbiz: the disc jockey Dave Lee Travis used to have one, perhaps he still does. His licence number, as you might imagine, was DLT1, and he couldn't understand why it was that everywhere he went, his car was vandalised. I could understand it only too easily. And Jimmy Tarbuck had one which said COM1C, spelling the word "comic", which seemed to me to be liable to prosecution under the terms of the Trades Descriptions Act.')
- Peel 141
- 00:47:19 from start to end
- Many thanks to Dirk.
- ↑ Mistakenly back-announced by John as 'Perfect Scene.'
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