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Tom Assistant Producer | 18:39 UK time, Sunday, 20 June 2010

Loads of music for you on this weeks Sunday Service, just about the most ever! With it being Father's Day Jarvis decided to keep with the theme with tracks from Chicory Tip, Glasvegas and , of course, Boney M's Daddy Cool. Johnny Morris was born this day in 1916 so there's a clip of him and also a song from Errol Flynn who was also born June 20 in 1909. Our Cocker doesn't really get the music of the other Cocker, Joe, so he asked Are They Any Good? With you choosing a track in an attempt to change Jarvis' mind, but did it?


A special Glastonbury Sunday Service will be here next week at the different time of  6pm - 8pm, hope you enjoy, and the rain stays away!



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Tom Assistant Producer | 11:51 UK time, Friday, 18 June 2010

This week's Sunday Service saw Jarvis broadcast his show L L Live from Paris, so we decided to adopted a French theme. Because of this we couldn't get a signed track list from Jarvis, so instead, as we don't want you going away empty handed, we've got two brilliant interviews for you.

The first is the interview from a couple of weeks back with Adam Curtis. Adam joined Jarvis to talk about his latest project, where he's researching the history of the West's relationship to Afghanistan over the past 200 years and also his multimedia project It Felt Like A Kiss. Adam came armed with audio recordings of the one and only rock festival to ever happen in Kabul.

Second up is Jarvis' interview with Turner Prize winner Mark Leckey who was in talking about his art and music, the influences behind it and reminiscing about growing up through the not so glamorous 80's.





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Tom Assistant Producer | 19:00 UK time, Sunday, 6 June 2010

All the sixes lined up for today's show, sixth day of the sixth month on 6 Music. Jarvis was joined in the studio by Turner Prize winner Mark Leckey, the interview will be up here for your listening pleasure very soon. Jarvis served up music from Kris Krisstofferson and PrinceEngland's World Cup 1970 song, Johnny Cash and the sound of Greenfinches. That eclectic record bag we talk about was bulging this week! Enjoy. 

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