Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker tells his life story through the contents of his loft | BBC Newsnight

Jarvis Cocker on the memorable contents of his loft, whether he’d write some of his Pulp lyrics about sex and consent now and growing up in Sheffield in the 80s during Thatcherism.

Would Jarvis Cocker write some of the lyrics he wrote for Pulp back then about sex, consent and voyeurism?

The singer-songwriter has penned a memoir – Good Pop, Bad Pop – and put together an exhibition at the Gallery of Everything based on some of the contents of his loft.

He talks through some of the items with Victoria Derbyshire – from an exercise book with his Pulp masterplan to break into the music industry to used packet of Lemsip.