Sir Tom Finney CBE, Sid Caesar, Ian McNaught-Davis, Els Borst, Louise Brough
Matthew Bannister on
The footballer Sir Tom Finney, who played loyally for Preston and England. His friend Jimmy Armfield pays tribute.
The comedian Sid Caesar who dominated American entertainment TV in the 1950s
The climber and broadcaster Ian McNaught-Davis, who took part in the live TV coverage of the ascent of the Old Man of Hoy - and went on to explain computers to BBC viewers. Sir Chris Bonington shares his memories.
Els Borst, the Netherlands' first medically qualified Minister of Health, who brought in a new law on euthanasia.
And the tennis player Louise Brough - who won many Grand Slams, including, in 1950, the Wimbledon singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles all in the same year.
Producer: Simon Tillotson.
Sir Tom Finney CBE
Born 5 April, 1922; died 14 February, 2014 age 91.
Born 8 September, 1922; died 12 February, 2014 aged 91.
Born 30 August, 1929; died 10 February, 2014 aged 84.
Born 22 March, 1932; died 10 February, 2014 aged 81.
Born 11 March, 1923; died 3 February, 2014 aged 90.
|Interviewed Guest||Jimmy Armfield|
|Interviewed Guest||Denis Norden|
|Interviewed Guest||Chris Bonington|
|Interviewed Guest||Chris Serle|
|Interviewed Guest||Hans Andringa|
|Interviewed Guest||Billie Jean King|
|Interviewed Guest||John Barrett|
|Interviewed Guest||Angela Mortimer|