• 1985-10-30
  • File 1 taken from a haul of 1500 mixed edited radio show tapes, purchased from a Scottish collector by a group including Peel Mailing List member Haze.
  • File 2 from Peel Late 1985.
  • Peel plays a session track from the Meteors covering the Fendermen's Torture song that was the B-side to Mule Skinner Blues, which he plays and says it was a number 1 hit in America.
  • Peel mentions last Friday going to an Indian restaurant in Amsterdam, Netherlands with Eton Crop and saying the meal was awful.
  • Peel says he's going to a George Benson concert tomorrow night to review it for a newspaper.
  • Peel plays a track from The Nips, who were the precursor to the Pogues and says it was produced by Paul Weller of The Jam.
  • Peel mentions doing a TV programme [1] last month that was shown in the London area with Samantha Fox and says she was a nice person. He mentions that she told him that she was in a band called S.F.X., which Peel admitted that he got in his collection, but was unable to find it to play on the show.
  • Peel plays a Marc Almond song mixed by Cabaret Voltaire.



(Ranking Miss P reggae show trailer)
  • Half Pint: One Big Ghetto (7") Jammy's
  • File 1 starts
  • Meteors: Meat Is Meat (session)
  • File 1 ends
(Andy Kershaw show trailer)
(Punk documentary trailer by Mike Smith)


  • 1) 1985-07-22, 08-12, 09-03, 09-04, 10-30 & 11-05.mp3
  • 2) 1985-1x-xx Peel Late 1985.mp3
  • 3) 020A-B0548XXXXXXX-0100A0.mp3
  • 1) 0:24:30 (16:20 to 19:17)
  • 2) 1:32:17 (52:33-56:16)
  • 3) 1:59:46
  1. Peel doesn't mention the name of the programme, but it's more likely Sunday Sunday presented by Gloria Hunniford and was only shown in the London region on ITV. Peel mentions in Margrave Of The Marshes, the following notes: An exhibition of awful Japanese paintings with Samantha Fox and Shirley Williams for Gloria Hunniford on TV.
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