Recorded: 19th December 2000 (BBC Maida Vale studios)
Details: The show included the Festive 50 pop quiz. The teams were Jarvis Cocker, Graham Coxon and Darren Hayman (the 'spectacles' team), versus Billy Bragg, Simon Raymonde and Robin Guthrie from the Cocteau Twins (the 'non-spectacles' team). David Gedge of the Wedding Present set the quiz questions and acted as the invigilator.
Details: Jarvis picks the eight records he would take to a desert island.
BBC Radio 4 - The Art of Pop
Broadcast: 25 July, 1 August, 8 August (three half-hour parts)
Details: In this documentary Jarvis explores the connections between British art schools and popular music.
BBC 6 Music - Steve Lamacq
Broadcast: 13 November
Details: Interview with Jarvis about his first solo album which was released today.
BBC London - Gary Crowley
Broadcast: 9 December
Details: Interview with Jarvis about his recently released first solo album, plus, reminiscences of Pulp's first ever gig in London and recollections of Jarvis' first home in the capital. The Boss got (probably) its first ever radio play.
BBC Radio 3 - Night Waves
Broadcast: 19 January
BBC Radio 2 - The Weekender
Broadcast: Sometime in June, before Meltdown
Details: Jarvis was guest presenter on Matthew Wright's show promoting his forthcoming Meltdown Festival
BBC Radio 4 - Zine Scene
Broadcast: 15 January, 22 January (two half-hour parts)
Details: Documentary exploring the history of fanzines, presented by Jarvis.
BBC Radio 2 - Jarvis Cocker's Musical Map Of Sheffield
Broadcast: 1 July
Details: "Jarvis Cocker takes listeners on an intimate tour of Sheffield in this evocative Musical Map, creating a soundtrack of music to drive his memories, feelings and observations about his home town."
BBC 6 Music
Broadcast: 26 October
Details: Jarvis appears as a guest presenter, standing in for Stephen Merchant.