Radio 4’s obituary programme, marking the lives of significant figures who have died recently, presented by Matthew Bannister and broadcast every Friday at 16.00. The podcast episode is published on Friday evening.
Fri, 3 May 13
15 days remaining
Radio 4's obituary programme, telling the lives of significant figures who have died recently. This week Matthew marks the lives of country singer George Jones, Labour Party General Secretary Jim Mortimer, film star Deanna Durbin, cellist Janos Starker and co-housing campaigner Sarah Berger.
Fri, 26 Apr 13
8 days remaining
Radio 4's obituary programme, telling the lives of significant figures who have died recently. This week Matthew Bannister marks the lives of designer Jocasta Innes, theatre director Patrick Garland, cricketer Mike Denness, ballet dancer Maria Tallchief and singer/songwriter Ritchie Havens.
Fri, 19 Apr 13
1 day remaining
Radio 4's obituary programme telling the lives of people who have died recently. This week Matthew Bannister marks the lives of conductor Sir Colin Davis, Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams, album designer Storm Thorgerson, immunologist Brigitte Askonas and musicologist Olive Lewin.
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