- Many thanks to Ken Garner for tracklisting information on this show.
- Sound quality of the recording is fairly clear, but with some fading and distortion, noticeable in the first part of the show
- After reminding listeners of his Miss Top Gear contest, Peel quotes a remark by Bob Hope, who was hosting the Miss World contest in London on the previous evening when it was disrupted by feminist protesters who heckled him and threw flour bombs. Hope said they "must be on some kind of dope”  Peel may have seen the event on BBC1 TV; the protests inspired the 2020 film MIsbehaviour.
- Bridget St John's session includes a cover of John Martyn's "Back To Stay"; the Groundhogs do Tommy Johnson's "Gasoline" (originally recorded by him in 1928 as "Cool Drink of Water Blues") complete with an imitation of Johnson's vocal style.
- As on the original broadcast of the East of Eden session, the track logged as "Scott of the Antarctic" is announced by Peel as "Snot of the Antarctic" - the actual title?
- John has finally got a release copy of Decals, with the actual track names on it
- Bridget St John #3 First Broadcast. Recorded 1970-11-09. No known commercial release.
- Terry & Gay Woods #1 First Broadcast. Recorded 1970-11-03. No known commercial release.
- Groundhogs #1 Repeat. First Broadcast 12 September 1970. Recorded 1970-08-04. No known commercial release.
- First play of ‘Gasoline’. ‘Mistreated’ not played.
- East Of Eden #2 Repeat. First Broadcast 12 September 1970. Recorded 1970-08-11. No known commercial release.
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- File begins with track below
- Derek & The Dominos: Bell Bottom Blues (LP – Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs) ATCO SD 2-704 (JP: "a very good double LP, and I hope it's released here soon...")
- Jackson Heights: Sunshine Freak (LP - King Progress) Charisma CAS 1018 (Peel introduces the LP as "King of Progress")
- Bridget St John: Back To Stay (session)
- A reminder about the Miss Top Gear contest - anyone, male or female, or anything is eligible, Peel says.
- Groundhogs: Strange Town (session)
- Plugs a football game tomorrow, between Radio1 Stanley and a team of record promoters - Walters at right back, Peel on the right wing
- Cat Stevens: Longer Boats (LP - Tea For The Tillerman) Island ILPS 9135
- East Of Eden: Halloween (session)
- News – mostly edited out
- Terry & Gay Woods: A Nobleman’s Fair Daughter (session) (traditional; unaccompanied vocals)
- Peel lists the accompanying musicians before the next session track – “mainly bits of the old Grease Band”
- Terry & Gay Woods: I Feel Concerned (session)
- Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Bellerin Plain (LP – Lick My Decals Off, Baby) Straight STS 1063
- Bridget St John: The Leaves Of Lime (session)
- G.F. Fitz-Gerald: Ashes Of An Empire/The End (LP - Mouseproof) UNI UNLS 115
- Groundhogs: Eccentric Man (session)
- Carol Grimes & Delivery: Miserable Man (LP - Fools Meeting) B&C CAS 1023
- (tape edit - pauses during above track and resumes 27s into next)
- Terry & Gay Woods: January Snows (session) @2
- East Of Eden: Scott Of The Antarctic (session)
- Bronco: Civil Of You Stranger (LP - Country Home) Island ILPS 9124
- Bridget St John: City Crazy (session)
- News at 4.30 with Eugene Fraser; Vietnam – Paris peace talks and US bombing raids; Enoch Powell attacks nationalised industries as a "foreign body" in speech at Kirkcaldy; man convicted of causing disturbance at Powell rally in Glasgow; police recover stolen paintings; jewel robbery in London’s West End
- Colosseum: Downhill And Shadows (LP - Daughter Of Time) Vertigo 6360 017
- (tape edit - pauses near end above track)
- Terry & Gay Woods: Van Diemen’s Land (session) @1
- Robert Wyatt: To Saintly Bridget/To Oz Alien Daevyd And Gilly (LP - The End Of An Ear) CBS 64189
- Bridget St John: If You’d Been There (session)
- (tape resumes near end of above track)
- JP: “Not going to say very much about it, but Liverpool 3, Everton 2”
- Groundhogs: Gasoline (session)
- Six Brown Brothers: That Moaning Saxophone Rag (v/a album - I’ll Dance Till De Sun Breaks Through - Ragtime,Cakewalks and Stomps From 1989-1917) Saydisc SDL 210
- Show ends - "produced by John Walters, the man they love to hate......"
- Tracks marked @ available on File 2
- 1) J P Top Gear 21 Nov 1970.mp3
- 2) Gay & Terry Woods - Peel session - 21/11/70
- 1) 1:33:08
- 2) 10:10 (from 5:47 unique)
- 1) Many thanks to the original taper, and to Tim for purchasing from eBay and digitisation
- 2) Many thanks to Colin Harper
- Bob Hope (1903-2003) was unpopular with the counter-culture of the time due to his role in organising tours to entertain US troops in Vietnam. He was best-known for his comedy films of the 1940s and 1950s, some of them co-starring Bing Crosby..
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