Paco de Lucia, Frank Rushbrook, Rose Finn-Kelcey, Logan Scott-Bowden, Alain Resnais
Aasmah Mir on
The guitarist Paco de Lucia who became the leading proponent of the 'New Flamenco' style.
Fire safety expert Dr Frank Rushbrook who pioneered fire training for sailors and helped to establish degree courses in fire safety.
Rose Finn-Kelcey, inventive artist whose works and installations combined social commentary with playful humour.
Logan Scott-Bowden, part of a secret team whose risky night-time mission it was to check whether the beaches of Normandy were suitable for the D-Day landings.
And the French director Alain Resnais who used innovative editing techniques to create depth and mystery in his films.
Paco de Lucia
Aasmah spoke to Thérèse Saba, News Editor at Classical Guitar Magazine.Born 21 December 1947; died 25 February 2014 aged 66.
Aasmah spoke to James Lygate, Visiting Professor of Fire Investigations at Edinburgh University.
Born 6 December 1914; died 17 February 2014 aged 99.
Aasmah spoke to her friend and colleague at the Royal College of Art, Hermione Wiltshire and to the art critic Sarah Kent.Born 4 March 1945; died 13 February 2014 aged 68.
Major-General Logan Scott-Bowden
Aasmah spoke to former Coppist Jim Booth.
Born 21 February 1920; died 9 February 2014 aged 93.
Last Word spoke to the French journalist and film critic Agnès Poirier.
Born 3 June 1922; died 1 March 2014 aged 91.
|Interviewed Guest||James Lygate|
|Interviewed Guest||Hermione Wiltshire|
|Interviewed Guest||Sarah Kent|
|Interviewed Guest||Jim Booth|
|Interviewed Guest||Agnes Poirier|
|Interviewed Guest||Therese Saba|