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  1. The initial rota of staff included John Peel and a gaggle of others, some transferred from pirate stations, such as Keith Skues, Ed Stewart, Mike Raven, David Ryder, Jim Fisher, Jimmy Young, Dave Cash, Kenny Everett, Simon Dee, Terry Wogan, Duncan Johnson, Doug Crawford, Tommy Vance, Chris Denning, Emperor Rosko, Pete Murray, and Bob Holness. This is a list of artists (bands and individual.
  2. John Robert Parker Ravenscroft (Heswall (England), 30 August – Cuzco (Peru), October 25, ) was an English radiodisc jockey who from until his death under the name John Peel was active for the BBC. As the champion of 'alternative' music he played, especially in the punkand post punktijd perk, an important role in the break-through of various British bands. In the mid-eighties he.
  3. Get all the lyrics to songs by John Peel and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  4. Oct 25,  · John Peel discography and songs: Music profile for John Peel, born 30 August Genres: Drum and Bass, Reggae, Post-Punk. Albums include BBC Archives , Fabriclive, and Uncut Presents: John Peel's Festive
  5. Oct 04,  · The Peel Sessions began when John realised he had to play by more rules than he was used to at pirate radio when he joined the BBC in John's show had to .
  6. 8tracks radio. Online, everywhere. - stream 39 john peel playlists including the fall, festive 50, and indie music from your desktop or mobile device.
  7. Also read this Jimmy Savile- one week on. Following the allegations against Jimmy Savile this week more names have been implicated – amongst them other pop culture icons of the time such as Gary Glitter (and we all know his predilictions have been proven) but also less likely candidates like the well-loved, much-missed John Peel.Ã Â. With John Peel day just a couple of weeks away, and.
  8. Oct 25,  · Name at birth: John RavenscroftJohn Peel was a disc jockey on BBC's Radio 1 whose 37 years of broadcasting out-of-the-mainstream acts helped popularize reggae, punk and hip-hop in Britain. Peel got his radio start in the United States in the early s, working in .
  9. Working with the Ravenscroft family to build a digital archive of John Peel's incredible music collection at

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