He described his frustration at inconsiderate road users, who flout road safety regulations, admitting that motorists turning their attention away from the road was a particular concern for the father of two. ‘‘So we look at the road in a completely different way to other people. So, I do sometimes get irritated with people who are either using their mobile telephone or they are using their sat navigation systems and they are not concentrating on what’s around them.’’When the discussion ventured onto books, the Duke revealed that Margaret Craven’s novel, I Heard the Owl Call My Name, has proved to be especially poignant. He said: ‘‘Many years ago when I was in Canada I was given a book and it has always stayed with me, I Heard the Owl Call My Name and whenever I read it it always brings a tear to my eye and I’m not going to reveal anything about because you’ll see what I mean.”He also spoke about his highly successful entrepreneurial initiative [email protected] The Brilliant Minds Podcast is streamed on Spotify. The Duke, whose youngest daughter Eugenie will marry Jack Brooksbank in October this yearCredit:Mark Cuthbert/UK Press The Duke of York has revealed that he listens to House and Garage music in his car because the “headbanging nonsense” helps to keep him calm.He was discussing his views about how the power of art and music help to motivate people in an interview on The Brilliant Minds Podcast.He stated that though he does not generally use music to help him meet the demands of his busy life, the 90s dance genre often made its way onto his radio.When the Duke was asked by hosts Natalia Brezezinski and Juliet De Baubigny if he liked to play music by the composer Wagner, he said: ‘‘There are occasions where I listen to some very strange House or Garage on the radio in the car, just because it’s headbanging nonsense and for some reason it allows me to become completely calm and it doesn’t excite me.’’The Duke, whose youngest daughter Eugenie will marry Jack Brooksbank in October this year, stated that life as a member of the Royal family meant he was an especially vigilant driver. There are occasions where I listen to some very strange House or Garage on the radio in the car, just because it’s headbanging nonsense and for some reason it allows me to become completely calm and it doesn’t excite me.Duke of York He said: ‘‘There are occasions when I get slightly irritated with other road users who haven’t had quite the same level of training I’ve had, because I have been trained to the nth degree by security and all other things. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.