- John Peel's Music On BFBS
- BFBS (Germany)
- "I was invited out for lunch, of all things, with the Butthole Surfers last year, and I chickened out at the last minute cos I thought they'd obviously be expecting some kind of fellow who looked as though he'd just escaped from a biker gang, and when they get this rather portly, avuncular grey-haired old chap - a nice chap in many ways, but at the same time it's not what they expect, really, from a DJ."
- Some doubt about the dating, as some tracks are played only a few days after they were broadcast in the UK, normally they would appear the following week as John recorded the BFBS shows after the UK ones.
- (JP: 'Thumpety thumpety thump, they went. I liked them better in those days: of course, they don't seem to do anything now.')
- Morrissey: 'Lucky Lisp (12"-The Last Of The Famous International Playboys)' (His Master's Voice)
- Soft Boys: 'Sandras Having Her Brain Out (LP-A Can Of Bees)' (Two Crabs Universal)
- (JP: 'I always found the Soft Boys a bit, you know, clever really, I mean a bit knowing.')
- New Order: 'Vanishing Point (LP-Technique)' (Factory)
- Big Dipper: 'He Is God (12"-All Going Out Together)' (Homestead)
- Morrissey: 'Michael's Bones (12"-The Last Of The Famous International Playboys)' (His Master's Voice)
- Sundays: 'Don't Tell Your Mother (12"-Can't Be Sure)' (Rough Trade)
- Barbara Manning: 'Mark E. Smith & Brix (LP-Lately I Keep Scissors)' (Heyday)
- Mudhoney: 'No One Has (12"-Superfuzz Bigmuff)' (Sub Pop)
- A Guy Called Gerald: 'In The Beginning (LP-Hot Lemonade)' (Rham!)
- Darling Buds: 'The Other Night (LP-Pop Said...)' (Epic)
- Scrawl: 'Breaker, Breaker (LP-He's Drunk)' (Rough Trade)
- Peel 099
- Many thanks to Dirk.
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