John Peel: "Before the programme started I was playing George and Andy our engineers and also family friends of course, one or two records that they'd not heard before - Deep Soul records, including stuff by Eddie & Ernie and also I mentioned that Eddie and Ernie I think made like a handful of singles, and I also played them something by Geater Davis, and he only made a couple of singles, played them Stanley Winston's 'No More Ghettos in America', which will be familiar to regular listeners to this programme. As far as I know the only record he made, an untraceable man. Then I pointed out that somebody like Mick Hucknall had probably made something like 15 or 20 LPs. I thought that was an interesting kind of contrast. But then I said in his defence he did once make a good record and there were whistles of disbelief but I went across to the shed in the field and I've got it and I may play it before the end of the programme."
In the last half hour of the show, Peel belatedly announces that there is a competition running on the John Peel page of the Radio One website to win copies of the singles compilation CD issued by Boobytrap Records.
(JP: 'And that's for our friend Mick up in Windham in Norfolk and he was the man who introduced me to Eddie and Ernie actually, for which I've always been extremely grateful. He's a great record collector himself, Mick, and I found Eddie and Ernie's rarest record, and I can't remember what it was called, and I gave it to him, which is one of the very few unselfish things I've ever done in all of my life.')
(JP: 'I was hoping that as I played it, Sheila would be listening to the lyrics and have her arm around my shoulder and a tear in her eye, instead of which she just carried on shouting and drinking and talking and didn't listen to a moment of it.')
(JP: 'I forget what the sessions are next week, er, Flaming Stars on Tuesday, nothing on Wednesday because it's the Brit Awards and I know there's not a single listener to this programme who won't be utterly fascinated by the Brit Awards.')