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Wireless Nights
Jarvis Cocker explores the human condition after dark, with stories of night people
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4.8 stars from 318 ratings
Atmospheric and intimate
I love how Jarvis talks to us as the listener while also mixing interesting night time related stories with eerie soundscapes. It is both atmospheric and comforting. I re-listen to the episodes when I can’t sleep. Please keep them coming. Best listened to at night.
Nic100bob via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/11/21
More Episodes Please
Sublime listening.
DLABZ16 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/12/21
I’ve been on a huge insomnia kick, and it was starting to wear me down physically and mentally. This is so good is because it just took me through two full sleep cycles. I feel like I’ve had two IV bags and a tranquilizer. My brain hasn’t felt this normal in a decade. I am not sure what kind...Read full review »
downwardcat via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/16/21
Recent Episodes
Published 12/13/21
Jarvis goes into hospital for a routine procedure, and the anaesthetic gives him some very strange nocturnal visions. As Dr Ed Patrick administers the anaesthetic, Jarvis is transported far, far away. One moment he's on a Scottish lighthouse at midnight with artist and writer Peter Hill, who...
Published 12/13/21
In this edition of Wireless Nights, Jarvis Cocker discovers what happens here on earth on the night of the full moon. He'll be meeting the planet's inhabitants, both man and beast, as they divulge what light of the full moon does to them. Jarvis heads to the Royal Observatory in Greenwich,...
Published 12/10/21
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