- "...entertainment for all the family."
- "Segues of such sensitivity and beauty, they must make you weep."
- Running theme of John's toothache, in the course of which he doubts the necessity of teeth, predicts he will probably live until the age of 70, and Sheila prescribes red wine for his affliction.
- Murry The Hump: 'Thrown Like A Stone (CDS)' (Shifty Disco)
- U Roy: 'Crashie Sweep (LP-The Lost Album - Right Time Rockers)' (Sound System)
- Mistress Barbara: 'Del Pin (12"-First Reality EP)' (Rotation)
- Stereolab: 'People Do It All The Time (2xLP-Cobra And Phases Group Play Voltage In The Milky Night)' (Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks)
- Faultline: 'Papercut (12"-EP)' (Fused & Bruised)
- ISAN: 'Calf (12"-Split (with Tin Foil Star))' (Atomic Recordings)
- Melt-Banana: 'Dead Spex (7")' (HG Fact)
- Broadcast: 'Echo's Answer (7")' (Warp)
- 310: 'Under The Blue Words (12"-NOD)' (Leaf)
- Broken Dog: 'The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (Compilation CD-John Peel's 60th Birthday Album)' (not on label)
- Luciano: 'Jah Is The Only One (7")' (Pot Of Gold)
- Hank Ray & Thee Executioneers: 'Flamingo Sunset (Compilation LP-Spaghetti II - Revenge!)' (One Million Dollars)
- Mission Control: 'Extremities (12")' (Genetic Stress)
- Appliance: 'Hot Pursuit (LP-Manual)' (Mute)
- 10 p.m. news - edited out
- Skimmer: 'For Idiots (7"-Tuftyclub)' (Crackle!)
- Jay Denham: 'Implants (2x12"-Synthesized Society)' (Disko B)
- Speeder: 'Hey What Do I Know (7")' (Creeping Bent)
- Sketch: 'Rookie (12")' (Audio Couture)
- Dertermine: 'Go Through That (7")' (Builders)
- Policecat: 'Give Us This Day (7")' (Fantastic)
- Lee Perry: 'Baffling Smoke Signal (7")' (Upsetters)
- (JP: 'Curious sentiments, but a great record...I wish I could remember what year that was released, because I'm doing this thing on my domestic programmes at the moment called the Peelenium where I play four records from each year of the century. It's not a great idea, let's be honest, not particularly original, but nevertheless it's what I'm doing, and I would like to have included that in it, but I just can't remember, or find out, what year Baffling Smoke Signal was released.')
- Daniel San: 'Genetic Engineering' this jumps about, so John plays the track he thought he wouldn't have time for
- Broken Dog: 'Drink Was The Height Of The Day (LP-Sleeve With Hearts)' (Piao!) (JP: 'A totally inappropriate title, let me tell you.')
- John Peel 1999-10-25ab
- Many thanks to Carsten from Berlin. Short running time indicates some tracks have been edited out.
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