Ron and Russell Mael from art-rock outfit Sparks take over the Sunday Service.
Jarvis is joined by journalist Stephen Witt, who talks about his book How Music Got Free.
Jarvis takes listeners on a virtual tour around the Glastonbury festival.
Jarvis celebrates Fete de la Musique with a sonic journey around Paris.
Dodgy opinion, crackpot theories, hare-brained schemes and beautiful, beautiful music.
Jarvis comes live from the Winter Gardens in Sheffield with snooker player Steve Davis.
Shakespeare and disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder inspire some of the week's musical choices.
Join Jarvis on an intergalactic musical adventure with a fusion of space-themed tracks.
Jarvis Cocker talks to artist Christian Marclay and Sean Bidder from the Vinyl Factory.
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.