Prof Stuart Hall, Jean Babilée, Tony Crook, Shirley Temple Black
Matthew Bannister on
The influential sociologist Professor Stuart Hall. He was a pioneer of the discipline of cultural studies and coined the term "Thatcherism" in 1979.
The French ballet dancer Jean Babilée, one of the greatest of his generation. Leslie Caron - who danced with him - pays tribute and admits she fell in love with him.
Tony Crook, the racing driver who went on to run the Bristol Car company. Stirling Moss recalls his old adversary.
And Shirley Temple Black - the child star who became a diplomat.
Producer Simon Tillotson.
Professor Stuart Hall
Matthew spoke to Professor John Clarke who studied with him at Birmingham University and worked with him at the Open University.
Born 3 February 1932; died 10 February 2014 age 82.
Born 3 February 1923; died 30 January 2014 aged 90.
Born 16 February 1920; died 21 January 2014 aged 93.
Shirley Temple Black
Born 23 April 1928; died 10 February 2014 aged 85.
|Interviewed Guest||Leslie Caron|
|Interviewed Guest||Stirling Moss|