Piranhas Peel discovered the Piranhas when he heard the Attrix compilation "Vaultage 78". The Brighton group's rough and ready ska contribution "I Don't Want My Body" became a favourite of the DJ and he continued to support them over the next ... Read More >
A Touch Of The Moon A Touch Of The Moon was a comedy and music series hosted by Who drummer Keith Moon and produced by John Walters. It was broadcast on Radio One when Peel was on holiday in Aug and Sept 1973, similar to Radio Flashes with Viv Stanshall in 1971 ...Read More >
Proms The Proms is a series of live music performances held annually at the Royal Albert Hall, London. Peel is known to have attended at least two Proms, in 1971 and 1995, noting the showmanship of the pianists at both but somewhat appalled by ... Read More >
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Record Collection: Details of the first 100 LPs of each letter of John Peel's record collection were released at The Space website in 2012. All material is now available at John Peel Archive and YouTube. Since Sept. 2014, a new Record Boxes series features selections from the collection by key music figures. New: