Two recent radio documentaries featuring Jarvis Cocker.
• Zine Scene (in two parts)
“Jarvis Cocker explores the history of fanzines, small publications designed and produced by devotees of popular phenomena.
Broadcast in January 2008 on BBC Radio 4
Zine Scene rapidshare
50.9 MB (53395488 bytes)
• Jarvis Cocker’s Musical Map of Sheffield.
“Former Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker takes you on an intimate tour of Sheffield. In his evocative musical map, Jarvis creates a soundtrack that drives his memories, feelings and observations about his home town. Growing up in a city that was still reeling from the loss of big industry, Jarvis recalls his childhood, surrounded by family, and listening to conversations about love and disappointment. Along the way, he introduces the music of Sheffield legends, including Joe Cocker, Cabaret Voltaire, The Human League and Artery.”
Broadcast in July 2008 on BBC Radio 2
Jarvis Cocker’s Musical Map of Sheffield rapidshare
51.6 MB (54146195 bytes)
I haven’t checked that these might already be uploaded elsewhere, so I apologise in advance for any possible duplication.