- John Peel's Music On BFBS
- BFBS (Germany)
- John regales us not only with an LP he's brought back from his Cretan holiday, but also with an "impression" of the singing thereon.
- He includes cover versions of Blue Öyster Cult, an old music-hall song which John claims to be old enough to remember , and Duran Duran, and it seems to be the beginning of the end of his admiration for the Sisters Of Mercy.
- A listener enrages JP by telling him the first half of one of his BFBS programmes in Cologne was cancelled in favour of a concert by Camel, leading to a bit of shrieking from John and comments about "the ultimate indignity" and "a gang of clapped-out old hippies."
- Blumen Ohne Duft: 'House Of Bondage (12"-How To Escape)' (What's So Funny About...) 21 April 1985 (BFBS)
- (JP: 'Sounds from another world, it says on the back of the sleeve, and it's a world I rather like, I must say.')
- New Model Army: 'No Rest (7")' (EMI) 21 April 1985 (BFBS)
- Vasilis Skoulas: 'Sousta (Compilation LP-Kritiki Antologia - Folk Melodies And Dances From Crete)' (Aerakis)
- (JP: 'I bet even the garage land posse don't have that one.')
- Damage: 'The Dice (LP-Sins Of Our Fathers)' (Gnarl)
- Very Things: 'The Bushes Scream While My Daddy Prunes (7")' (Reflex)
- (JP: 'I think matron's going to have to confiscate their sound effects discs.')
- (JP: 'It does, I think, rather lack the vitality of their previous work.')
- Western Promise: Promised Land (12" - Justice) Midnight Music DONG 11 28 April 1985 (BFBS)
- Minutemen: 'The Red And The Black (7"-Tour-Speil EP)' (Reflex) 28 April 1985 (BFBS)
- (JP: 'I remember playing the original of that on the radio before most of you were born, I venture. Blue Öyster Cult did it, and I'm not going to play you their version, for sure.') 
- Foyer Des Arts: 'Schimmliges Brot (7")' (ARO) 28 April 1985 (BFBS)
- Weirdos: 'We Got The Neutron Bomb (7")' (Dangerhouse) 05 May 1985 (BFBS)
- Philip Boa & The Voodooclub: 'Ostrich (LP-Philister)' JA! Music JA! 0006 05 May 1985 (BFBS)
- Nip Drivers: 'Rio (LP-Oh Blessed Freak Show)' (Enigma) prob 12 May 1985 (BFBS)
- (JP: 'I think that needed saying, don't you?')
- New Order: 'Sub-Culture (LP-Low-life)' (Factory) 12 May 1985 (BFBS)
- Very Things: 'When Father Papered The Parlour (12"-Mummy You're A Wreck)' (Reflex) 12 May 1985 (BFBS)
- Peel 011
- Many thanks to the taper.
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