Start of show: "Well, hello and welcome to Maida Vale."
A celebration of the Kitty Yo label, featuring a mixture of records and two live band sessions from London.
John has a cold, makes several references to it, apologises, promises he will feel better in the following night's programme from Peel Acres, and is plagued by a couple of records that refuse to start on cue.
McKenzie Brothers: All That I Want (Split-12" with DJ Wak'd: Come Rescue Me/All That I Want) Raving Mad JP: "I must apologise if I'm even more incoherent than normal in the course of tonight's programme. There are so many warring medications working away in my body that I barely remember me own name."
Neil & Iraiza: This Is Not A Love Song (7") Ochre Records JP: "Before we came down here to Maida Vale, we went down to our favourite Thai restaurant round the corner, where we go every time there's a programme from Maida Vale, and while we were in there, we were discussing the Pig's Big 78s, and somebody said what a great idea it would be to put out an LP of the Pig's Big 78s. Well, I entirely agree with that." This finally saw release in 2006 on the German label Trikont as John Peel And Sheila: The Pig's Big 78s: A Beginner's Guide.