A Falklands War admiral, a writer and rock musician, an engineer who developed fracking, a French actress, a folk singer
Matthew Bannister on:
Admiral Sir Sandy Woodward who led the naval task force to recapture the Falkland Islands from the Argentinians
Mick Farren - the prolific writer, rock singer and revolutionary. We have tributes from Felix Dennis, Charles Shaar Murray and Julie Burchill
Bernadette Lafont - the "wild child" star of French New Wave cinema
George Mitchell - the Texan engineer who pioneered the controversial technique of fracking
And Terry Conway - the road mender from Northumberland who wrote folk songs in the local dialect.
Admiral Sir John ('Sandy') Woodward
Last Word spoke to military historian Andrew Lambert, to Patrick Robinson the co-author of a memoir of the Falklands campaign and to Jeff Tall who served alongside him on HMS Hermes in the Falklands War.
Born 1 May 1932; died 4 August 2013 aged 81.
Last Word spoke to his friend and publisher Felix Dennis, to Julie Burchill, friend and colleague at the NME and to music writer Charles Shaar Murray.
Born 3 September 1943; died 27 July 2013 aged 69.
Film critic Agnes Poirier pays tribute.
Born 28 October 1938; died 25 July 2013 aged 74.
Last Word spoke to his granddaughter Katherine Lorenz and to BBC News environment correspondent Matt McGrath.
Born 21 May 1919; died 26 July 2013 aged 94.
Matthew spoke to his widow Liz Conway.
Born 17 August 1943; died 4 June 2013 aged 69.