• 2003-02-27
  • Show comes from Peel Acres.
  • There is a competition in the programme to win two pairs of tickets to a forthcoming Caroline Martin gig in London. There is some initial confusion over the date of the gig but it is eventually settled on as happening on Wednesday 2nd April.
  • Sheila is said to be "slightly tired" because she had a singing gig earlier.
  • Peel is expecting a new cache of 78 rpm records that weekend from his friend David "Sparrow" Harrison, "the only person that I know that I was at school with." [1]



JP: "Do you know there were moments there in the second half when that looked like a proper Liverpool team." [2]
JP: "The strange thing is, if Caroline walked into this room at this very moment, I'd not recognise her. I'd be very surprised actually, if she did but as I say, I'd not recognise her cos I've never seen her. I almost saw her at Glastonbury but arrived too late cos I couldn't find the place where she was supposed to be playing."
Starts playing the previous Caroline Martin session track again. (Wrong Track Moment)
JP: "More surface noise than song, but sometimes that's part of the fun I think."
JP: "Ducks Deluxe, just demonstrating really if you like that the early 1970s weren't a complete waste of time."


  • John_Peel_20030227.mp3
  • 02:00:30
  1. Woodlands prep school in Deganwy, north Wales.
  2. Earlier in the evening, Liverpool had beaten Auxerre 2-0 in the UEFA Cup to seal a 3-0 aggregate win and set up a quarter-final meeting with Celtic. BBC match report.

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