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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 2002-04-30
Comments
  • Start of show: “Happy birthday, Floss.”
  • Dedicates the only song he knows called Florence to his daughter, who is no longer a teenager. Says if anyone tells him of others he’ll save them up for next year – “when she again won’t be listening.”
  • A listener tells JP by email that he finds it hard to explain Peel’s role in The Things We Do For Love (TV series). Peel says his brother Alan produced it and it would have been “churlish and unbrotherly” not to have done it when asked.
  • After a series of mishaps, Peel promises no more mistakes – and immediately plays the wrong record.
  • Apologizes to a listener who expected to see him DJ at All Tomorrow’s Parties the previous Friday night. Says he “wasn’t fully operational” over the weekend.
  • Pink Floyd track played after a cover in Low's All Tomorrow’s Party set (broadcast the previous Thursday, on 25 April 2002). Peel says the track’s inclusion of the Kop singing You’ll Never Walk Alone has a “rather grim irony” after the weekend result at White Hart Lane (Liverpool lost 0-1 away to Spurs).
  • The Brothers Seven single was apparently produced by an obscure relative of JP’s in the US. Peel admits, though, that the title isn’t great.

Sessions

Tracklisting

File

Name
  • John_Peel_20020430
Length
  • 02:00:30
Other
  • Thanks to B!
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