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Julian Barratt sits in

Julian Barratt, one half of surreal comedy duo The Mighty Boosh, sits in for Jarvis Cocker, bringing his love of eclectic music to the show.

Julian Barratt, one half of the phenomenally successful Mighty Boosh sits in for Jarvis Cocker, bringing his love of eclectic tunes to the show. With a love of music that ranges from Scott Walker to the Silver Apples, this is a rare chance to share Julian's record collection during the Sunday Service.

Julian began his career winning the BBC New Comedy Award in 1995. Alongside Noel Fielding, he created The Mighty Boosh, originally broadcast on BBC Radio 4 before three successful series on BBC TV.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Jeff Wayne

    Forever Autumn (feat. Justin Hayward)

  • Jake Thackray

    Lah-Di-Dah

  • Tame Impala

    It's Not Meant To Be

  • Paul Giovanni

    Willows Song

  • Moondog

    All Is Loneliness

  • Giorgio Moroder

    Chase

  • Chilly Gonzales

    Dot

  • Yma Sumac

    The Forest Creatures

  • Tortoise And Bonnie "Prince" Billy

    Love Is Love

  • Jacques Brel

    Ce Gens-La

  • Jeff Alexander

    Come Wander With Me

  • Richard Harris

    Paper Chase (With Interlude)

  • David Essex

    Rock On

    • David Essex - His Greatest Hits.
    • Mercury.
  • Metronomy

    Corinne

  • The Phantom Band

    Folk Song Oblivion

  • John Mclaughlin

    Eternity's Breath

  • John Miles

    Music

  • Silver Apples

    Flame Reflection

  • Yves Montand

    Rue St Vincent

  • Lee Hazlewood

    My Autumn's Done Come

  • Duane Eddy

    Peter Gunn

  • The Bad Plus

    Flim

  • Wild Beasts

    All The King's Men

  • Mingus

    Mingus - Boogie Stop Shuffle

  • Scott Walker

    We Came Through

  • Vangelis

    Chung Kuo

  • Peggy Lee

    Is That All There Is?

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