Peel mentions interviewing Pete Waterman in the Brit Awards radio documentary and thought he was a pleasant man. The documentary called Peel At The Brits was broadcast on 21st February 1990 on BBC Radio One.
Peel plays a track from Brenton Wood called Gimme Little Sign and mentions that it reached number 8 in the UK singles charts in 1968.
Peel mentions receiving what he thinks is a Thai cassette from a listener, but is not sure whether it was meant for him with a letter that is missing or whether it was supposed to be for Andy Kershaw. Later in the programme, Peel revealed it was the former after Kershaw contacted him. Peel goes on to say that the cassette sent by the listener has non-Latin characters on the cover, which he is unable to read, apart from the English words 'Super High Output'. He also mentions that the cover has a picture of a cow or bison and asks listeners if they can recognise the track. The Thai cassette topic was later picked up by Peel on his 26 March 1990 and 23 July 1990 shows.
The Thai track through internet research turns out to be 'American Antarai' by Caravan.