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Jarvis Cocker returns refreshed and ready to take to the Sunday Service pulpit.
Jarvis Cocker returns for a one-off show looking back over his highlights of 2014.
Jarvis looks back over some of his favourite bits from the Sunday Service in 2013.
Brian Eno returns to the Sunday Service armed with some essential a cappella tracks.
Jarvis celebrates the 50th anniversary of Lee Hazlewood's Trouble is a Lonesome Town.
Jarvis takes a look at the world of art and how it crosses over into the world of music.
Poet John Cooper Clarke sits in for Jarvis Cocker.
Jarvis enters the Radio France vinyl archive armed with a record player and a list.
Jarvis returns to Hoxton Street Monster Supplies to meet up with author Nick Hornby.
Jarvis takes a personal look back over the career of Lou Reed, who passed away recently.
Pulp frontman and solo artist Jarvis Cocker presents the Sunday afternoon show on 6 Music.
Jarvis chats with film director Nicolas Roeg.
Jarvis visits Pinewood studios to get into the mind of a foley artist and their tricks.
A major birthday is upon him, so Jarvis ushers in his Maudlin Mega-Mix.
Jarvis is joined by folk musician Bob Lind, who is currently touring the UK.
Tom Ravenscroft lends his unique musical ear to the Sunday Service for one week only.
Bob Geldof takes over the Sunday Service with a little help from writer Adrian Deevoy.
Radiohead's Colin Greenwood sits in for Jarvis and presents the last of his three shows.
Radiohead's Colin Greenwood sits in for Jarvis and presents the second of his three shows.
Adam Buxton comperes a musical throwdown between Radiohead's Colin and Jonny Greenwood.
John Cooper Clarke returns to the Sunday Service armed with a handful of old school tunes.
Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie fills in for Jarvis Cocker.