Comedian Russell Kane inherits Barry White 'Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe' and wants to pass on Einaudi's 'The Waves'.
Singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé chooses Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds and Elgar's Cello Concerto performed by Jacqueline Du Pre.
Former Coronation Street actor Julie Hesmondhalgh chooses 'The Joy of Living' by Ewan MacColl and 'Reach' by S Club.
Comedian Brian Conley chooses ‘Jailhouse Rock’ by Elvis Presley and ‘Who Loves You’ by Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.
Campaigner Bianca Jagger inherits 'Casta Diva' sung by Maria Callas and passes on 'Blowin' in the Wind' by Bob Dylan.
Esther Rantzen inherits a 1935 Noel Coward song and passes on 'With a Little Help From My Friends' performed by Wet Wet Wet.
Singer Cyndi Lauper with Fats Waller and Louis Armstrong's 'All That Meat And No Potatoes' and Marvin Gaye's 'Mercy, Mercy Me'.
Actress Kristin Scott Thomas inherits ‘These Boots are Made for Walking’ by Nancy Sinatra and wants to pass on ‘Mars’ by Holst.
Renowned keyboard player Rick Wakeman chooses ‘Woodman, Spare That Tree’ by Phil Harris and Prokofiev's ‘Peter and the Wolf’.
Conductor and violinist Andre Rieu chooses ‘Sphärenklänge’ by Josef Strauss and ‘What A Wonderful World’ by Louis Armstrong.
Artemis Fowl creator and children's author Eoin Colfer chooses ‘Whatever You Want’ by Status Quo and ‘All I Want Is You’ by U2.
4 Extra Debut. The musician Brian Eno chooses a player piano version of Jerusalem and a gospel choir rendition of Peace Be Still. From 2008.
Comedian Frank Skinner chooses ‘Winter Wonderland’ by Dean Martin and ‘Why Women Don't Like Me?’ by George Formby.
Pianist Stephen Hough chooses Chopin’s Etude Op25 No 1 played by Alfred Cortot and part of Benjamin Britten’s Ceremony of Carols.
Scottish actor Brian Cox chooses Sonny Boy by Al Jolson and God Only Knows by The Beach Boys.
BBC Radio 2's Ken Bruce chooses I've Got You Under My Skin by Frank Sinatra and a very special live performance from Joe Brown. Show more
Singer-songwriter Carly Simon chooses 'Something Wonderful' from The King and I, and 'How Can I Tell You' by Cat Stevens.
The singer chooses 'Carmina Burana' composed by Carl Orff and 'Expecting' by Minnie Riperton.
Actor Kelly Macdonald chooses You are My Sunshine by Jimmie Davis and I Love You by Woodkid.
The former Blue Peter editor chooses 'Passing By' by Paul Robeson, and Mozart's 'The Marriage of Figaro'.