Peel mentions going to a Madonna concert last Thursday night at Wembley with his family and says two of his youngest (Florence & Tom) slept. He goes on to say that he does like Madonna's singles, as it gets played by his children in his home, but felt the concert did not take it to another level and was disappointed.
Peel mentions apart from the Grand Prix, the most exciting television programme he saw was Network East.
Peel mentions he'll be going to Devon and Cornwall to see the Radio One roadshow.
Peel plays a track from Black Flag from the movie soundtrack of Desperate Teenage Lovedolls.
According to the discogs website, Ramblin' Jimmie Dolan's Hot Rod Race reached number 7 in the American Billboard charts in 1951.
Peel dedicates a Prince Jazzbo record to Steve Barker, a BBC Radio Lancashire DJ, who he admires, due to the alternative records he plays on his shows. He goes on to play a track from Steve Barker's compilation album called Bugs On The Wire.
(JP: 'Birthday from the Sugarcubes. If you get hold of the 12" version of that, you get it in Icelandic on the other side as well. Well I heard today from one of the members of the band, it's a Slavic language, I never realised that, most odd. Anyway how they got up there')