- John Peel's Music On BFBS
- BFBS (Germany)
- Tape inlay reads 'late May '87.' The file includes an excerpt from an undated show Peel did for VPRO.
- Wolfhounds: 'Rule Of Thumb (LP-Unseen Ripples From A Pebble)' (The Pink Label)
- Talulah Gosh: 'Talulah Gosh (7")' (53rd & 3rd
- Suicidal Tendencies: 'Won't Fall In Love Today (LP-Suicidal Tendencies)' (Frontier)
- Gasrattle: 'Holy Cow (LP-Artshit)' (Fever)
- Krupps: 'Your Voice (12"-Entering The Arena)' (Statik)
- Charles Walker & band with Wild Jimmy Spruill: 'Driving Home Pt. 1 (LP-The Hard Grind Bluesman 1956-1964)' (Krazy Kat)
- Yeah Yeah Noh: 'Another Side To Mrs. Quill (Magic Roundabout Mix) (12")' (In Tape)
- Noble "Thin Man" Watts & His Rhythm Sparks: 'Hard Times (The Slop) (LP-The Hard Grind Bluesman 1956-1964)' (Krazy Kat)
- God And The State: 'Red Square (LP-The Complete Works Of God And The State)' (Happy Squid)
- Vee VV: 'Kindest Cut (7")' (Cathexis) released 1st August 1985
- (JP: 'I have no idea what Cathexis means: probably "the isness of being".') 
- (JP: 'Brian our engineer just said, "Hey that's good, isn't it!" They're all good, all the records on these programmes, all terrific. Everything that's played on VPRO, fantastic!')
29 May 1987
- Wolfhounds: 'Me (LP-Unseen Ripples From A Pebble)' (The Pink Label)
- Tumbling Hearts: 'You May Never Know (7")' (Exile)
- Peel 061
- Many thanks to Dirk.
- ↑ A psychoanalytical term meaning 'the concentration of mental energy on one particular person, idea, or object (esp. to an unhealthy degree).'