Mercury Music: Your Friday playlist with... Neville Coles

PUBLISHED: 16:00 18 August 2017 | UPDATED: 15:13 25 August 2017

Neville Coles (left) with Worle Community School pupils and Worle principal Jacqui Scott.

Neville Coles (left) with Worle Community School pupils and Worle principal Jacqui Scott.

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With GCSE results day looming, this week seemed to be the perfect one to ask someone involved in education for their top 10 songs. With that in mind, Neville Coles, executive principal for the Priory Learning Trust shared the tunes he would most want to listen to if he was stranded on Steep Holm Island with only 10 tracks for company. The Priory Learning Trust runs both Worle Community School and Priory Community School.

Rick Astley – Never Gonna Give You Up

Les Miserables - I Dreamed A Dream

Prince – Purple Rain

Petula Clark – Downtown

Billy Joel – Piano Man

Johnny Cash – A Boy Named Sue

One Direction – History

Oasis – Wonderwall

Sting – Fields Of Gold

Ken Dodd – Happiness

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