Peel's opening words: "In case you missed tonight's football results, it was Spurs 2 Liverpool 2 although Spurs were leading 2-0 at one stage. Himself scored a couple of goals so at least we get one point out of that."
After the first record in the show, "Since I last spoke with you I've become a father for the fourth time - Florence - we haven't decided on the rest of the names yet and she's bound to be called Flossie I rather suspect. I've been trying to find records about Flossies and Florences but without any success although I've got one which I played actually about a month ago by the Paragons called 'Florence' but it's such an awful recording I don't think it would be entirely fair."
Peel says he celebrated the new arrival by having "a solitary Indian in rather a revolting Indian restaurant" in Ipswich on his way home. He was gratified when a fellow customer bought him a drink upon hearing his news.
Show features three tracks from the Associates "Sulk" LP.
The news either side of the show is dominated by the sinking of the Argentine cruiser General Belgrano, which had been torpedoed the day before.
Crabs Debut broadcast of their one and only session.