Inheritance Tracks

Inheritance Tracks

United Kingdom

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


Tom Chaplin  

Tom Chaplin, singer/songwriter and lead singer with the band Keane, chooses 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' by Simon & Garfunkel and 'Charmed Life' by The Divine Comedy.

Alan Carr  

Comedian and TV presenter Alan Carr chose 'Chain of Fools' by Aretha Franklin and 'Sign of the Times' by Prince.

Bill Bailey  

Bill Bailey chooses Magic Moments by Perry Como and Once in a Lifetime by Talking Heads.

Maureen Lipman  

Maureen Lipman chooses 'When You Wish Upon A Star' performed by Barbara Cook and 'Frank Mills' from the musical Hair.

Phil Collins  

Phil Collins shares his Inheritance Tracks. He has chosen All My Loving by The Beatles and The Times They Are A Changin' by Bob Dylan.

Alan Davies  

Comedian and actor Alan Davies chooses Topol singing 'If I Were A Rich Man' and 'St Swithin's Day' by Billy Bragg.

Johnny Marr  

Guitarist Johnny Marr chooses 'Walk Right Back' by the Everly Brothers and 'Slow Emotion Replay' by The The.

Matt Baker  

TV presenter Matt Baker chooses 'Brothers in Arms' by Dire Straits and 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' by the Sherman Brothers.

Alexandra Shulman  

Alexandra Shulman, editor of British Vogue, chooses Ladies who Lunch by Elaine Stritch and Blowin' in the Wind performed by Stevie Wonder.

Gabriela Montero  

Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Montero chooses the Schumann Fantasie performed by Clifford Curzon and Quintet Opus 18 by Mieczyslaw Weinberg, performed by the Borodin Quartet

Paddy Ashdown  

Former politician and diplomat Paddy Ashdown chooses 'The Parting Glass' by The Dubliners and 'Beim Schlafengehen' by Richard Strauss.

Ben Fogle  

Adventurer, writer and broadcaster Ben Fogle chooses 'Flash Bang Wallop' sung by Tommy Steele and 'It's Tricky' by Run DMC.

Trevor Nelson  

DJ Trevor Nelson chooses 'I Want You Back' performed by the Jackson 5 and 'As' by Stevie Wonder.


Irish singer/songwriter Enya chooses Claude Debussy's Nocturnes: Nuages and her own Orinoco Flow.

Wayne Hemingway  

Designer Wayne Hemingway choose 'You've Got a Friend' by Carole King and 'Black Man' by Stevie Wonder.

Ruud Gullit  

Football player, manager and pundit, Ruud Gullit chooses 'Let's Get It On' by Marvin Gaye and 'Happy' by Pharrell Williams.

PP Arnold  

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Ade Edmondson  

Comedian, actor, writer, musician, television presenter and director Ade Edmondson chose 'The Song of the Weather' by Flanders & Swann and 'Jazz, Delicious Hot, Disgusting Cold' by The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.

Lord Richard Dannatt  

Ex head of the British Army Lord Richard Dannatt chose 'High on a Hill' by The Band And Bugles Of The Light Division and 'Highland Cathedral' by the pipes and military band of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guard.

Steve Jones  

Geneticist Steve Jones chose Rachie by Caradog Roberts and Richard Wagner's Twilight Of The Gods: Siegfried's Funeral March.

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