- Session artists Cookie Crew (with the Beatmasters) are #5 in that week's singles charts with Rok Da House. Appears from Peel's comments about their first track that they had only one session.
- The five tracks from the Disappointments last a mere 2 minutes 45.
- Before playing Bing Crosby's "Gay Love", Peel comments that "presumably I won't be able to play you this" when Clause 28 of the local government bill comes becomes law.
- Cookie Crew #1 (repeat of 1985 session)
- Twang: Snap Back (7") Ron Johnson
- Disappointments: Better You Than Me / Scar Yourself / Drink It Away / Brainwashed / Possessed (EP) Ice Pick
- Bing Crosby: Gay Love
- Woodentops: You Make Me Feel (7") Rough Trade
- Fantasy Club: Mystery Girl (12") International House
- 27 Devils Joking: Where's Bo Diddley When We Need Him (LP: Actual House) Fundamental
- Cookie Crew: The Place To Be (Peel Session)
- Bastard Kestrel: Tardive (7" - Cor Trance) Goldhanger Records
- U-Roy with John Holt: Wear You To The Ball (7") Treasure Isle
- Cyclic Amp: Turkey Shop (12" - Mini Album: Ugly As Power) Probe Plus
- Bomb The Bass: Beat Dis (12") Mister-Ron
- Buzzcocks: What Do I Get? (12" - The Peel Sessions) Strange Fruit
- UT: Evangelist (2xLP - In Gut's House) Blast First
- Terry Gibbs: Gibberish (LP - Mallets-A-Plenty) Emarcy
- Crucial Youth: Be Kind, Rewind (7" - Straight And Loud) Faith Records
(JP decides 33 1/3 is the best speed to play this one)
- Cookie Crew: The Cut Master Swift Rap (Peel Session)
- Kahondo Style: Green Dream (LP - Green Tea & Crocodiles) Nato
- H.D.Q.: Have Faith (LP - You Suck!) Meantime Records
- Stella Chiweshe: Chamakuwende (LP - Ambuya? Zimbabwe's Queen Of The Mbiza) Globe Style
- Sugarcubes: Cold Sweat Remix (12") One Little Indian
- JP: "I'm never entirely sure about remixes really. I like to have them, because that's the kind of twerp that I am, but at the same time, they didn't have to remix Teenage Kicks did they?"
- Rosehips: Loophole (12" EP - I Shouldn't Have To Say) Subway Organization
- JP: "Rather a messy program this, for which I apologise, I mean the music is OK, but I'm pretty terrible tonight.
- Sir Drew & Rapski: Notting Hill (Album, Compilation: Known 2 Be Down) Positive Beat Records
- Bhundu Boys: Writing On The Wall (Single issued in Zimbabwe, taken from Peel Session)
- Cud: You Sexy Thing (12" - The Peel Sessions) Strange Fruit
- JP: "...and to follow Cud, I think you'll agree, fairly logically ..."
- Cows: Redhouse (LP - Taint Pluribus Taint Unum) Treehouse Records
- Primitives: Crash (7") RCA
- Cookie Crew: It's Gotta Be Fresh (Peel Session)
- SDT: It's A Groove (7" - Eleven Parts) Paradox
(JP announces them as STD, but they are called SDT, short for Suburban Death Trip)
- Doom: Slave To Convention (Album, Compilation: A Vile Peace) Peaceville
- Ripple: Willie, Pass The Water (LP - Ripple) GRC
- Chesterfields: Sob Sob Story (Album, Compilation - Surfin' In The Subway) Subway
- A.C. Marias: Time Was (7") Mute
- JP: "Thanks very much for listening ... and for being patient really"
Peel show from 02 June 1987
- Billy Cowie: Josephine Von Brunsvik (12" - Beethoven In Love) Divas
- Sonic Youth: Stereo Sanctity (LP - Sister) Blast First
- (Tape cuts off before Peel plays a Polish track, which a listener sent to him from Poland below)
- TZN-Xenna: Dzieci Z Brudnej Ulicy (7") Tonpress
- RADIO 1 02 02 88 JOHN PEEL PART 1.MP3
- RADIO 1 02 02 88 JOHN PEEL PART 2.MP3
- All requests for re-uploading to Peel Mailing List
- Approx. 2 minutes missing (presumably between the two parts)