Just before playing Magazine's cover of 'Boredom', John mentions that he read in a fanzine called 'Hey Fever' that the original release of 'Spiral Scratch' (on New Hormones) was selling for 30 pounds a copy, which he thinks is 'a bit daft', and hopes that it will be re-released (the following year, it was).
After playing Patrik Fitzgerald's 'No Fun Football', JP offers to take him up to Anfield one weekend.
Comment after playing Blue Cheer (released in 1967): 'I don't think I'll play any more from that. That's the third track I've played from it. You can have just so much nostalgia and that's enough.'
The Human League track prompts Peel to allude to their upcoming session (which was recorded just over a week later and broadcast 1978-08-16).
Patrik Fitzgerald #2, recorded 1978-07-19. No known commercial release. Two tracks, 'The Sound Of My Street' and 'Jarvis', are missing due to the tape's incomplete state.