- John Peel's Music On BFBS
- BFBS (Germany)
- 1986-11-29, 1986-12-06
- Tape inlay reads 'late November 86.'
- Several Peel Sessions releases are played, including one for the taper, who seems to have been recovering from an operation.
- Dating approximate, with the boundary between the shows informed by the plays of tracks on UK shows which tend to be lagged by a week on BFBS
- Ramones: 'Howling At The Moon (Sha-La-La) (7")' (Beggars Banquet)
- Woodentops: 'Why (2x7"-Everyday Living)' (Rough Trade)
- (JP: 'Unhappily, as I understand it, Half Man Half Biscuit no longer exist. I think one of them got fed up with touring and so on, and just wanted to sit at home and watch television, and I must admit it's an attitude with which I entirely sympathise.')
- Half Man Half Biscuit: 'Arthur's Farm (Compilation LP-Ways To Wear Coats - A Compilation From Vulcan Studios)' (Vulcan)
- Undertones: 'Here Comes The Summer (12"-The Peel Sessions)' (Strange Fruit)
- Ciccone Youth: 'Into The Groovey (12")' (Blast First) also played 17 November 1986
- Adrenalin O.D.: 'Office Buildings (LP-Humungousfungusamongus)' (Rough Justice) also played 24 November 1986
- Wedding Present: 'Felicity (12"-The Peel Sessions)' (Strange Fruit) 
- Ruts: 'Society (12"-The Peel Sessions)' (Strange Fruit)
- Kilgore Trout: 'Quality Control (12"-Stick It In The Bank Man)' (Hits $ Corruption)
- Stump: 'Everything In Its Place (Mini LP-Quirk Out)' (Stuff)
- Barmy Army: 'Sharp As A Needle (12")' (On-U Sound) 25 November 1986
- Young Gods: 'Envoyé! (12")' (Organik (Switzerland)) 25 November 1986
- Sally Yeh: '200度 (200 Degrees) (LP-長夜 (My Love Goodnight))' 25 November 1986
- (JP: 'What an awe-inspiring record that is!...Now that I've sort of got the contacts there, I shall be able to get records like that on a fairly regular basis. If there are regular cover versions of things in Cantonese, or indeed in any other language, I shall be the man to play them, for sure. My idea of a good time, definitely.')
- Marshmallow Overcoat: 'Groovy Little Trip (7")' (Dionysus) 26 November 1986
- Dan: 'Go With The Train! (7"-Can You Dig It)' (Recordroom) also played 17 November 1986
- Peel 046
- Many thanks to Dirk.
- ↑ Gedge's introduction, "This is a William Shatner number," may need some explanation. It was written by James Kirk (Shatner's character in Star Trek), a member of Orange Juice.
- ↑ A Cantonese version of Madonna's Material Girl, which includes the altered (in every sense of the word) lyrics, "I get the itches when the temperature rises / The weather situation gets worse and worse / And my body explodes at 200 degrees." Apparently.
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