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デヴィッド・ボウイ作品を“無人島レコード”に選んだミュージシャン&著名人は? 

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David Bowie
David Bowie
デヴィッド・ボウイ(David Bowie)の作品を“無人島レコード”に選んだミュージシャン&著名人は? 英テレビ/ラジオ雑誌Radio Timesによれば、“無人島に持っていくならどのレコード?”を尋ねる英BBC Radio 4の名物番組『Desert Island Discs』にてボウイの作品をセレクトしたのは38名。以下はそのリスト。番組では“無人島レコード”として、それぞれ8タイトルを挙げることができます

●Marti Webb, actor and singer, chose 'Space Oddity' in 1982
●Various member of the London Philharmonic Orchestra chose 'Space Oddity' in 1982
●Lulu, singer, chose 'Let's Dance' in 1987
●Pete Waterman, record producer, chose 'Let's Dance' in 1995
●Hanif Kureishi, novelist, chose 'Buddha Of Suburbia' in 1996
●Archie Norman, Conservative politician, chose 'Heroes' in 1998
●Antony Gormley, sculptor of the Angel Of The North, chose 'Starman' in 1998
●Richard Dunwoody, jockey, chose 'Life On Mars' in 1999
●Ralph Fiennes, actor, chose 'Ziggy Stardust' in 1999
●Timothy Spall, actor, chose 'Ziggy Stardust' in 2002
●Baruch Blumberg, nobel prize winning chemist, chose 'Space Oddity' in 2003
●Charles Kennedy, Liberal Democrats politician, chose 'Young Americans' in 2003
●Jeremy Clarkson, former Top Gear presenter, chose 'Heroes' in 2003
●Tracey Emin, artist, chose 'Young Americans' in 2004
●Andy McNab, thriller writer, chose 'Sweet Thing' in 2005
●Mario Testino, fashion photographer, chose 'Life On Mars' in 2005
●Ricky Gervais, comedian, chose 'Letter to Hermione' in 2007
●Neil Tennant, musician from Pet Shop Boys, chose 'Changes' in 2007
●Alan Johnson, Labour politician, chose 'Drive In Saturday' in 2007
●Beryl Bainbridge, novelist, chose 'Space Oddity' in 2008
●Bill Bailey, comedian, chose 'Rebel Rebel' in 2008
●Sanjeev Bhaskar, actor, chose 'Life on Mars' in 2008
●Shami Chakrabarti, political campaigner, chose 'Heroes' in 2008
●Julia Donaldson, children's writer, chose 'Remembering Marie A' in 2009
●Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, TV chef, chose 'Five Years' in 2009
●Frank Cottrell-Boyce, screenwriter, chose 'Golden Years' in 2010
●Jimmy Mulville, comedy writer, chose 'Jean Genie' in 2010
●Nick Clegg, Liberal Democrats politician, chose 'Life On Mars' in 2010
●Brian Cox, TV physicist, chose 'Queen Bitch' in 2011
●John Bishop, comedian, chose 'Let's Dance' in 2012
●Alexandra Shulman, editor of British Vogue, chose 'Drive In Saturday in 2013
●Carolyn McCall, chief executive of EasyJet, chose 'Dancing In The Street' in 2013
●Chris Packham, TV nature presenter, chose 'Rebel Rebel' in 2013
●Tanya Byron, TV psychologist, chose 'Absolute Beginners' in 2013
●Damian Lewis, actor, chose 'Quicksand' in 2014
●Dan Pearson, garden designer, chose 'Wild Is The Wind' in 2015
●Bradley Wiggins, cyclist, chose 'Sound & Vision' in 2015
●Noel Gallagher, musician, chose 'Let's Dance' in 2015