A table tennis champion, a zoo vet, a make-up artist, a radio presenter and a trombonist
Matthew Bannister on the table tennis champion Zhouang Zedong - who played a key role in the ping pong diplomacy between China and the USA.
Also the zoo vet David Taylor who treated killer whales, elephants and other wild animals and inspired the TV series One By One.
The make up artist Stuart Freeborn who brought us the apes at the start of 2001 A Space Odyssey and modelled Yoda's face in Star Wars on his own.
Patricia Hughes - the radio presenter with a warm voice and perfect diction who became associated with Radio 3.
And Paul Tanner - trombonist with the Glenn Miller Orchestra - who played the electro theremin on the Beach Boys' Good Vibrations.
Matthew spoke his daughter Lindsey Bowen to the actor Rob Heyland.
Born 11 February 1934; died 29 January 2013 aged 78.
Born 5 September 1914; died 5 February 2013 aged 98.
Last Word spoke to her daughter Emma Weston and to former Radio 3 announcer Tony Scotland.
Born 26 January 1923; died 8 February 2013 aged 90.
Last Word spoke to Gary Gray, clarinet professor at the UCLA Herb Albert School of Music.
Born 15 October 1917; died 5 February 2013 aged 95.