Dodgy opinion, crackpot theories, hare-brained schemes and beautiful, beautiful music.
Jarvis is joined by cultural historian and biographer Andrew Hussey.
Jarvis is joined by English poet Michael Horovitz to talk all things Beat.
Jarvis temporarily uproots the Sunday Service and takes us across the channel to Paris.
Composer David Arnold joins Jarvis to celebrate the life of John Barry.
Jarvis is joined by journalist Taylor Parkes who takes on The Monkees and Manufacturing.
Jarvis talks Roald Dahl with League of Gentlemen member Jeremy Dyson.
Jarvis attempts to reinstate The Beatles' association with Boxing Day.
Sir Peter Blake returns to the Sunday Service, minding the flock while Jarvis is away.
Jarvis serves up a festive feast of musical nuggets and spoken word gems.
Jarvis talks to High Fidelity author Nick Hornby as part of 6 Music's literary season.
Jarvis is joined by David Cunningham of Flying Lizard for a Sunday Service Jamma session.
Jarvis is joined by director Garth Jennings, who also worked on several Pulp videos.
Jarvis is joined by Matthew Herbert, who explains his Guardian newspaper-based concert.
Brian Eno steps up to the pulpit for a guest sermon.
Jarvis is joined by Guillermo del Toro, director of Pan's Labyrinth and Hellboy.
Palme d'Or-winning director Ken Loach gives a guest sermon.
Crackling vinyl, random thoughts, and spoken word enlightenment of sorts.
Jarvis is joined by acclaimed writer Salman Rushdie, who talks about his latest book.
Cracklin' vinyl, random thoughts and spoken word enlightenment of sorts.
Jarvis rifles through his record collection and digs out some TS Eliot from the archive.
Jarvis gets behind the decks and throws himself an in-studio birthday shindig.
Nick Cave talks to Jarvis about Grinderman, god and singing about frappucinos...
Jarvis investigates whether art is for the great unwashed with Turner-winner Grayson Perry
Tim Smit, founder of the Eden Project, waxes lyrical about creativity and vanity.