- Full tracklisting from the PasB of the BBC Written Archives Centre.
- Peel plays both sides of Mike Oldfield's Hergest Ridge LP.
- Peel plays "It's All Over Now" by Ry Cooder, from his new album, and follows it with the original version by the Valentinos.
- He also plays the Jeff Beck Group's version of Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein Jr.'s "Ol' Man River", a song from the 1927 musical "Showboat" which is strongly associated with Paul Robeson, who sang it in the 1936 film of the musical and featured it in recitals for the rest of his career. The Beck track is from their 1968 LP Truth and has a strong vocal performance by Rod Stewart..
- Playlist includes a single by Tony Visconti, better known as the producer of records by David Bowie, Tyrannosaurus Rex and many others.
- Kiki Dee Band: I've Got The Music In Me (7") The Rocket Record Company
- Van Morrison: Caravan (LP - Moondance) Warner Bros.
- Ariel: No Encores (LP - A Strange Fantastic Dream) Harvest
- Tony Visconti: I Remember Brooklyn (7" - I Remember Brooklyn / Sitting In A Field Of Heather) Regal Zonophone
- Robert Wyatt: A Last Straw (LP - Rock Bottom) Virgin
- Joe Tex: It Ain't Sanitary (LP - Buying A Book) Atlantic
- Peter Hammill: Ferret And Featherbird (LP - In Camera) Charisma
- Jeff Beck: Ol' Man River (LP - Truth) Epic
- Souther-Hillman-Furay Band: Believe Me (LP - The Souther-Hillman-Furay Band) Asylum
- Betty Davis: Game Is My Middle Name (LP - Betty Davis) Just Sunshine
- Fairport Convention: Now Be Thankful (7") Island
- Barclay James Harvest: Paper Wings (LP - Everyone Is Everybody Else) Polydor
- Rab Noakes: Branch (7") Warner Bros.
- Don Covay: It's Better To Have (And Don't Need) (7") Mercury
- Rodeo: Dance To The Music (7") Thrust THR 101 #
- Mike Oldfield: Hergest Ridge (Part One) (LP - Hergest Ridge) Virgin
- Mike Oldfield: Hergest Ridge (Part Two) (LP - Hergest Ridge) Virgin
- Truth & Beauty: Tuff Little Surfer Boy (7") RAK
- Ry Cooder: It's All Over Now (LP - Paradise And Lunch) Reprise
- Valentinos: It's All Over Now (7") Soul City
Tracks marked # available on File. Note there is no direct evidence the audio came from the show, the accompanying text says "as played" similar to "As seen on TV"
- Rodeo Dance To The Music: Freakers Ball ( 1974)