Anne Warnett's son Pete died a year ago. "I remember once having a discussion with him about religion or what sort of funeral service he wanted. I can't remember who brought it up, me or him. I think it began by him asking me whether I thought God or heaven existed. I am not a religious person, and I don't think Pete was either, so together we decided on what kind of funeral he wanted. After he died, we arranged a humanist service that was conducted by a wonderful man, not a priest or a vicar, just a normal person. But he did a wonderful job and it was more like a remembrance or celebration of his life, than a funeral. We played Nessun Dorma and Red Red Robin as the exit song."