The late John Peel is to have his infamously vast record collection displayed online as part of The Space, an experimental digital project supported by the BBC and the Arts Council of England. Peel was a legendary DJ for BBC Radio 1, responsible for breaking many bands to the world and renowned for his encyclopedic knowledge and eclectic taste. While copyright issues mean it's unclear how much of his collection will be available to actually listen to online, as part of the project the BBC will be uploading the archive of Peel Sessions live recordings. Visitors to the site will be able to view Peel's notes on his records along with the artwork from more than 25,000 vinyl LPs.