- File only has the first 1 minute 38 seconds of the show.
- Start of show from Peel: 'Well hello there, goodness me, nobody offered me those hovercraft, I don't know whether they offered them to you at all, well I think that's disgraceful. On tonight's programme, two sessions, one from Ultravox and the other from Eddie And The Hot Rods, and among the rac, records, or rac-ords if you like, three from Michael Chapman, two from Eno, from his new LP called Before And After Science, three from Rick Danko's debut album, also you'll hear Alternative TV, you'll hear three from the Drones, Johnny Guitar Watson and a special treat for all of those who write and say, huh Mister so called John Peel, let's have some real music, by which my researchers have shown, they usually mean music by people who are dead, a treat from people who are still actually pretty much alive, that's Led Zeppelin, but first the Yobs for you.'
- The second track information comes from Ken Garner's The Peel Sessions book.
- Ultravox #1. Recorded: 1977-11-21
- Eddie And The Hot Rods #2. Recorded: 1977-10-10. Broadcast: 17 October 1977
- Yobs: Run Rudolph Run (7" - Run Rudolph Run / The Worm Song) NEMS
- Téléphone: Métro (C'Est Trop) (7" - Téléphone !) Tapioca
- 1:02:30 (from 1:00:52)
- Recordings at the British Library
- Sound & Moving Image Catalogue (Find Format: C686/41)
- ↑ News of two of Britain's hovercrafts being scrapped because nobody wants to buy them.
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