• 1987-07-31
  • An announcer apologizes for a technical problem that will delay the start of the show a little bit.
  • Peel plays a track from called Dragster by Johnny Fortune. The tune was used as a theme to his BFBS shows
  • Peel reveals that he had a song called Ding Dong Billy Bong between 1975 and 1976 and wanted it to be a UK entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, but mentioned that it didn't get very far. He also goes on to say that he sang it once on the radio and sings a bit of the winning song, that won the contest a year later. In fact that song was called Ding-a-dong, won by the Dutch band, Teach-In, in 1975.
  • Peel mentions that he saw Heresy play at the 1 in 12 club last weekend in Bradford, and thought they were awe inspiring.
  • Peel reveals that his favourite track on the Bhundu Boys latest album, is Kupedza Moto, which his wife Sheila enjoys as well.
  • Peel is delighted that someone has finally written to him due to listening to his Radio Bremen programmes. He reveals that the person is Lutz and lives in Hamburg.
  • Peel plays a 12" white label record, which is only written with the words "Sorry but this just isn't music", but doesn't know who the artist or track is. It turns out to be from Coldcut called Say Kids (What Time Is It).
  • Peel says his and wife, Sheila's, all time favourite Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle track is My Funny Valentine, which he plays on the show.
  • Peel plays a track from A Primary Industry covering Blondie's Heart Of Glass.
  • Peel plays a snippet of a narration from the Thunderbirds before the end of the programme.



  • 1) Peel On Bremen Vier - 1987-07-31A.mp3
  • 2) Peel On Bremen Vier - 1987-07-31B.mp3
  • 1) 0:54:49
  • 2) 0:55:30
  • 1-2) Thanks to Eddie Berlin!
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