The Inheritance Collection 2013

The Revd Richard Coles presents a selection of the stories and music featured on Saturday Live's Inheritance Tracks throughout 2013 from Queen of clean Aggie McKenzie, comedian Graham Fellowes aka John Shuttleworth, soul guitarist George Benson, singer Maria Friedman, musician Gary Barlow, Baroness Doreen Lawrence of Clarendon, Kite Runner author Khaled Hosseini, composer Django Bates, MOBOs founder Kanya King and baking supremo Mary Berry.

Producer: Lizz Pearson.

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Sun 29 Dec 2013 20:30

Aggie McKenzie

Aggie McKenzie
Aggie MacKenzie first came on to our screens in 2003 as the Dirt Detective in Channel 4's How Clean is Your House? The former MI6 operative now presents ITV’s Storage Hoarders and writes for several publications.

Graham Fellows

Graham Fellows
Graham Fellows is the comic actor whose alter ego John Shuttleworth has been delighting audiences for years. 

Maria Friedman

Maria Friedman

Olivier award-winning musical performer Maria Friedman’s career started in 1980 in the chorus of Oklahoma. She has since starred in numerous musicals including Chicago and The Woman in White.

George Benson

George Benson

George Benson is a ten-time Grammy Award-winning American musician who began his professional career aged twenty-one, as a jazz guitarist. Since releasing his first album in 1964 he has gone on to release 36 records.

Gary Barlow

Gary Barlow
Gary Barlow is a singer, songwriter and X Factor judge who rose to fame as lead songwriter for Take That. His latest album Since I Saw You Last is his first solo record in 14 years. 

Baroness Doreen Lawrence

Baroness Doreen Lawrence
Baroness Doreen Lawrence is the mother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence. Since his death she has campaigned for justice for the victims of race crime and founded the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust in 1998. 

Khaled Hosseini

Khaled Hosseini
Khaled Hosseini was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 1965. In March 2001, while practicing medicine, Hosseini began writing his first novel The Kite Runner, which went on to become an international bestseller.

Django Bates

Django Bates

Django Bates is a multi-instrumentalist and band leader. Twenty-six years after his first Proms appearance, with his big band Loose Tubes, Django returned this summer to present The Study of Touch, a celebration of Charlie ‘Bird’ Parker.

Kanya King MBE

Kanya King MBE

Kanya King is CEO and founder of the MOBO organisation, which has played a major role in bringing black music and culture to the mainstream. She founded the MOBO Awards in 1996 and was awarded an MBE for her services to the music industry in 1999.

Mary Berry

Mary Berry

Mary Berry is an author, columnist, teacher and broadcaster. After training at The Cordon Bleu in Paris she became the cookery editor of Housewife and Ideal Home magazine, but she is probably best known for her role as judge on The Great British Bake Off.