Inheritance Tracks

Inheritance Tracks

United Kingdom

Celebrating the music that special guests cherish and would like to bestow to future generations.

Episodes

Anoushka Shankar  

Anoushka Shankar chooses Tana Mana and Shanti Mantra - both by her father Ravi Shankar.

Elkie Brooks  

Singer Elkie Brooks chose 'Warm And Tender Love' by Percy Sledge and 'Yesterdays' by Billie Holiday.

John Cooper Clarke  

Poet John Cooper Clarke chose 'The Spaniard Who Blighted My Life' by Bing Crosby & Al Jolson and 'What's So Funny About Peace, Love And Understanding?' by Nick Lowe.

Roy Hudd  

Roy Hudd chose 'While London Sleeps' and Harry Was A Champion' by Chas & Dave

Alan Partridge  

Norfolk based broadcasting legend Alan Partridge chooses Who Put The Bomp by Barry Mann and the theme from Grandstand by Keith Mansfield.

Ute Lemper  

Actress and singer Ute Lemper chooses 'Where Have All The Flowers Gone?' by Marlene Dietrich, and 'The Rose' by Bette Midler.

Engelbert Humperdinck  

Singer Engelbert Humperdinck chose 'Harbour Lights' by The Platters and 'The Living Years' by Mike And The Mechanics.

Dan Pearson  

Garden designer Dan Pearson chose 'All I Want' by Joni Mitchell and 'The Magic' by Joan As Policewoman

Anthony Horowitz  

Novelist and screenwriter Anthony Horowitz chooses 'Live and Let Die' by Paul McCartney & Wings and 'Cabaret' by Liza Minnelli from the musical of the same name.

Bianca Jagger  

Bianca Jagger chooses 'Casta Diva' from the opera Norma sung by Maria Callas and 'Blowin' In The Wind' by Bob Dylan.

Martin Kemp  

Actor and musician Martin Kemp chooses Long Distance Love performed by Little Feat and Jumpin' Jack Flash by The Rolling Stones.

Jazzie B  

DJ and producer Jazzie B chose 'Miss Black America' by Curtis Mayfield and 'Music Is My Sanctuary' by Gary Bartz

Dennis Quaid  

Actor Dennis Quaid chose 'Into The Mystic' by Van Morrison and 'Life Is Like A Mountain Railway' by Anonymous.

Esther Rantzen  

Esther Rantzen chooses 'Don't Put Your Daughter On The Stage Mrs Worthington' by Noel Coward and 'With A Little Help From My Friends' performed by Wet Wet Wet

Terry Waite  

Former hostage Terry Waite choses Nimrod from Enigma Variations by Elgar and Peace, the soprano solo from The Peacemakers by Karl Jenkins.

Donna Leon  

Crime writer Donna Leon chose 'Da Tempeste' by Joyce DiDonato and 'Myself I Shall Adore' by Cecilia Bartoli.

Russell Kane  

The comedian Russell Kane chooses Can't Get Enough of Your Love by Barry White and The Waves by Einaudi.

David Rodigan  

DJ David Rodigan chose 'You Don't Have To Say You Love Me' by Dusty Springfield and 'Feeling Soul' by Bob Andy.

Ian Hislop  

Ian Hislop chooses 'A Swingin' Safari' performed by Bert Kaempfert & his Orchestra and 'Life Could Not Better Be' by Danny Kaye.

Fearne Cotton  

Good Times Bad Times by Led Zeppelin & Rocket Man by Elton John

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