- Start of show: "Well, hello and welcome to Maida Vale."
- A celebration of the Kitty Yo label, featuring a mixture of records and two live band sessions from London.
- John has a cold, makes several references to it, apologises, promises he will feel better in the following night's programme from Peel Acres, and is plagued by a couple of records that refuse to start on cue.
- Jeans Team, one and only session, live. No known commercial release.
- Tarwater, #2, live. No known commercial release.
- Client: Price Of Love (EP: Price Of Love) Toast Hawaii
- Man Or Astro-Man?: Sferic Waves (EP: Inside The Head Of… Mr Atom) Estrus Records
JP: "Well, as most of you know, there are few things that I culture finer than the twangy guitar."
- Rogers Sisters: Calculator (Album: Purely Evil) Troubleman Unlimited
- McKenzie Brothers: All That I Want (Split-12" with DJ Wak'd: Come Rescue Me/All That I Want) Raving Mad
JP: "I must apologise if I'm even more incoherent than normal in the course of tonight's programme. There are so many warring medications working away in my body that I barely remember me own name."
- Amalgamated Sons Of Rest: I Will Be Good (Album: Amalgamated Sons Of Rest) Galaxia
- Agenda!: Crash! Crash! (7": Do The Crash Crash) Must Destroy Music
- Jeans Team: Berlin Am Meer (Peel Session)
- Jeans Team: Baby 2 (Peel Session)
- Jeans Team: Spritz Your Life (Peel Session)
- Jeans Team: Arthur (Peel Session)
- Jeans Team: Boat Music (Peel Session)
- Midnight Evils: Loaded And Lonely (Album: Straight 'Til Morning) Estrus Records
- Raiden: All Out War (EP, Comp.: Hardware Chronicles (Volume 1)) Renegade Hardware
- Neil & Iraiza: This Is Not A Love Song (7") Ochre Records
JP: "Before we came down here to Maida Vale, we went down to our favourite Thai restaurant round the corner, where we go every time there's a programme from Maida Vale, and while we were in there, we were discussing the Pig's Big 78s, and somebody said what a great idea it would be to put out an LP of the Pig's Big 78s. Well, I entirely agree with that."
This finally saw release in 2006 on the German label Trikont as The Pig's Big 78s: A Beginner's Guide.
- Sir Hubert Pimm at the Pianoforte, introducing Ellen Sutton: I Wanna Say Hello (Split-10" With Bill Snyder: The Chicago Blues/I Wanna Say Hello) London (Pig's Big 78)
- Baptist Generals: Wash Sheets/Walls Of Blood (Album: Dog) Munich Records
- Tarwater: There's A World (Peel Session)
- Tarwater: 20 Rupies To Paradise Road (Peel Session)
- Tarwater: Miracle Of Love (Peel Session)
- Tarwater: Be Late (Peel Session)
- Tarwater: Imperator Victus (Peel Session)
- Electric Eel Shock: Do The Metal (LP: Rock N Roll Monster From Japan Tour Special Sampler) Micro Music
- Morgan Heritage: No More Murder (Split-7": No More Murder/Dancehall Vibes) Cali Bud
- Hank Williams: Honky Tonk Blues (Album, Comp.: No More Darkness) Trikont
- Sludgefeast: S.O.S. (Album, Comp.: A Must… Destroy!! Sampler Volume 1: Winter/Spring 2003) Must Destroy Music
- Architecture In Helsinki: Souvenirs (Album: Fingers Crossed) Trifekta
- Rooasta & Billy Bunter: Temptation (12") Honey Pot Recordings
- Melys: Adrift (Album: Casting Pearls) Sylem Records
- Ardisson: Stop! (EP: Hardware Handshake) Seed Records
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