The first of two Best Of shows featuring interviews with Leonard Cohen and Edna O'Brien.
Pulp frontman and solo artist Jarvis Cocker presents the Sunday afternoon show on 6 Music.
John Cooper Clarke sits in for Jarvis, with a handful of top dollar tunes.
Jarvis talks to Scott Walker about his new album Bish Bosch.
John Cooper Clarke takes you on a journey through some of his favourite records.
Jarvis presents a short story reading by Emylia Hall from the new Book Slam publication.
Irish novelist Edna O'Brien joins Jarvis to talk about her new memoir, Country Girl.
Jarvis shines a light on the differing styles of Art Garfunkel and Lux Interior.
Jarvis delves into the lesser known early years of Lou Reed and The Velvet Underground.
Jarvis shines a light on his hometown as part of 6 Music's Sheffield Sunday.
Expect a nautical theme as Jarvis presents extracts from his time on a boat on the Thames.
Dodgy opinion, crackpot theories, hare-brained schemes and beautiful, beautiful music.
The show includes what could be called an audio religious tapestry.
Jarvis has an Africa Express travelogue from their recent train trip around the UK.
Jarvis returned to the airwaves with an Africa Express Special and some great tracks.
Jarvis is joined by actor, director and comedian Kathy Burke.
Pamela Hogg sits in for Jarvis Cocker with a Sunday afternoon full of quality tracks.
Jonny Trunk brought in a handful of previously nominated and winning Oscar soundtracks
Jarvis celebrates the life of songwriter Dory Previn, who passed away recently.
Jarvis talks to director Grant Gee about his new film Patience: After Sebald.
Jarvis spins Kraftwerk rarities as part of BBC 6 Music's celebration of the band.
Jarvis speaks exclusively to Leonard Cohen about songwriting, loves and life.
Dancer Michael Clark chooses favourite Bowie tracks in honour of the star's 65th birthday.