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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 2002-11-27
Comments
  • It is revealed that Louise the producer is on holiday in the Far East.
  • Peel gets onto the subject of German doctor Gunther von Hagens, who was in the news for performing the first public autopsy in the UK for 170 years on Wednesday 20th November (BBC news report). It was screened on Channel 4 later that evening. JP: "The most disconcerting thing about that doctor actually, was the fact that he'd got like a caricature Peter Sellers style German accent, cos he had a (adopts accent) very high-pitched kind of German voice. When I heard him on the Today programme I thought, this is somebody taking what we doctors call the piss I think."

Sessions

  • Ikara Colt #3. Recorded 13 November 2002. No known commercial release.

Tracklisting

JP: "I don't mind losing a minute and a quarter of the programme to Melys." [1]
JP: "This next is by Total Science. I was going to play you a track called 'Nosher' but I made the mistake of lending this to my son Thomas, which is a bit like burying it in a landfill site. So instead, this is another tune by Total Science."
Starts playing the Pig's Big 78 track by mistake (Wrong Track Moment).
Starts playing the wrong track from the CD (Wrong Track Moment).

File

Name
  • John_Peel_20021127.mp3
Length
  • 2:00:30
Available
Footnotes
  1. Steve Lamacq had ended his programme with "So Good", the current single by Melys (Lamacq track listing).