The Pulp frontman read the "Thank You" letter, which was penned by palliative care doctor, Mark Taubert, shortly after the icon lost his battle with cancer.
Pulp are one of the most important English bands of the past two decades.
Formed in 1978 in Sheffield, the indie rockers, led by charismatic frontman Jarvis Cocker came to prominence in the mid-90s with the release of albums "His 'n' Hers" and "Different Class". Single "Common People" remains a classic to this day.
Deborah Bone was childhood friends with Jarvis Cocker and had just won an MBE for her work in mental health.
We celebrate the return of the 90s show with live performances from Pulp, Garbage and more.
The former Pulp man reveals more details of his very special exhibition...
Some believe it's cursed, some think it's one of music most important awards. We take a look at the artist's who have won and where they are now.
We celebrate Yorkshire Day with our favourite bands from the county.
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