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Sir Stuart Rose's Desert Island Discs

Marks & Spencer chairman Sir Stuart Rose featured on Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs programme yesterday.

Rose told presenter Kirsty Youn that he had no intention of retiring when he steps down from his position at M&S, hinting that he would like to mentor young entrepreneurs.

He also chatted about Sir Philip Green’s bid attempt for M&S in 2004.

He chose songs including ELO’s Mr Blue Sky, which he said reminded him of his early career at M&S and which was the song used in a recent M&S advertising campaign.

Listen to the full interview on the BBC iPlayer.

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