It's one of the first questions everyone asked once they's got over the initial shock: what will they do with John Peel's record collection?
The NME are reporting that an American company has already made a bid for over $1 million for the collection.
But what's really interesting is that the British Library are also interested in obtaining the "priceless" vinyl archive.
Would they sell it? We dont think so, and there might very well be some sort of outcry if the collection went abroad. But is the British Library the right place for a record collection?