- John Peel Show
- BBC World Service
- Initially when just the Max-Dat file was available the date was estimated, but is now confirmed from the sports report after the Tom Roche recording, which was broadcast at 1402GMT on the 26th March 1994.
- The continuity announcer states that from the following week the Saturday shows will revert to 1715GMT
- (JP: 'Mind you, my correspondent's mother-in-law is sort of right, in that I write little notes to myself and things so that I don't become too rambling and discursive, and also I try and speak more clearly because I'm conscious of the fact that not all listeners to this programme have English as their first language.')
- (JP: 'Of course, he could be listening to this programme! There's a thought...not much of one though.')
- (JP: 'I'm really worried about this business of sounding scripted, you know. I say things like "from New Zealand to the Land Of Barbara" because that's the kind of things that DJs say. It's supposed to be sort of ironic, but you've only got my word for that of course.')
- Prince Jazzbo: 'Good Memories (compilation LP-If Deejay Was Your Trade: The Dreads At King Tubby's 1974-1977)' (Blood & Fire)
- Hole: 'Miss World (7")' (Tim/Kerr)
- Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet: 'Frailoch (CD-Saxhouse)' (Knitting Factory Works)
- Harvey Sid Fisher: 'Taurus (LP-Astrology Songs)' (Amarillo)
- (JP: 'If you don't wash behind your ears, I'll play you another track from this LP in next week's programme.')
- 1994-03-26 John Peel BBC World Service TR083.mp3
- 00:26:43 (start of file to 00:26:43)
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