- Third show in the first series of Peel's Pleasures.
- According to the records of Peel Mailing List member grang354, the tracklisting for the show also included a classic BBC live recording of drunken announcer Thomas Woodroffe at the Fleet Review of 1937, which became known as "The Fleet's Lit Up" 
- This has been confirmed by a 26-minute recording of the programme, with all of Peel's links intact but some tracks edited out, uncovered by Peel Mailing List member ray_b2.
(Please add details of any commercial release of these sessions)
- intro; programme's sig tune ("Dreamboat") sung and played on comb and paper by unknown artist, probably street singer
- Bonzo Dog Doodah Band: Mr Apollo (edited out)(single) Liberty
- Loudon Wainwright III: Swimming Song (session)
- Scala Military Band: Dill Pickles (recorded in 1912: album - Ragtime Cakewalks and Stomps Vol 2, 1898-1917) Saydisc SDL 210
- Ben and Mr Bissendon of Royston, Hertfordshire: Talking Dog Interview
- Augustus Pablo: Talking Dub (single?) Rockers (Peel forgets to give the artist's name)
- Loudon Wainwright III: Prince Hal's Dirge (session)
- Louis Moreau Gottschalk: the Union Concert Paraphrase on National Airs, Opus 48 (Berlin Phil. Orch/Eugene List)
- The Three Stripped Gears: Black Bottom Strut
- Loudon Wainwright III: Ingenue
- Archive interview with Salvation Army musicians Carla and Gordon - "the Salvation Army meets the Mersey Sound"
- The Marauders: track unknown (Peel forgets to give title) from Live at the Cavern LP, introduced by Bob Wooler, "the Andy Peebles of his day" (JP)
- Loudon Wainwright III: Golfing Blues (session)
- Archive interview with man who is stuffing an elephant
- The Faces: Jealous Guy (Peel recalls their live gig in Sunderland, "one of the best nights of my life")
- Sig tune
- 1981-08-22 (Peel's Pleasures) Tape 420.mp3