The mission behind the curators, all chosen by Peel's family and The John Peel Centre for their relevance to the new music champion, was that "They are invited to explore the collection and pick out a box of records, listen to them, talk about their memories or just respond to the music." 

The Record Boxes includes online images of the file cards, liner notes and recordings of Peel's own records, in whatever condition they may be. It's about as close to the holy grail as we'll get.

You can watch a documentary of Mala's time in the archives, as he "takes a look through the history of Dubstep, Jungle and Drum ‘n Bass using high resolution images and recordings from John's own record collection."

You can also watch Joe Boyd's rummage here.