Gabriel García Márquez, Edna Doré, Richard Hoggart, Gerardo D'Ambrosio, John Shirley-Quirk
Julian Worricker on
Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Nobel prize-winning Colombian author, best known for 'One Hundred Years of Solitude'.
The television, stage and film actress, Edna Doré, who played Mo Butcher in 'Eastenders'.
Richard Hoggart, writer and cultural commentator, whose book 'The Uses of Literacy' was regarded as hugely influential in the immediate post-war era.
Gerardo D'Ambrosio, the magistrate, who led investigations into terror attacks, financial malpractice and systematic corruption in his native Italy.
John Shirley-Quirk, the bass-baritone singer whose talents proved an inspiration to Benjamin Britten.
Gabriel García Márquez
Julian spoke to his biographer, Professor Gerald Martin.
Born 6 March 1927; died 17 April 2014 aged 87.
Julian spoke to her son, Michael Doré and to presenter and comedian Paul O’Grady.
Born 31 May 1921; died 11 April 2014 aged 92.
Richard Hoggart (pictured)
Last Word spoke to his son, Paul Hoggart, to his biographer Fred Inglis and to broadcaster Melvyn Bragg.
Born 24 September 1918; died 10 April 2014 aged 95.
Julian spoke to BBC Rome Correspondent, David Willey.Born 29 November 1930; died 30 March 2014 aged 83.
Julian spoke to fellow singer Ian Partridge and to music journalist and broadcaster Andrew Green.
Born 28 August 1931; died 7 April 2014 aged 82.
|Interviewed Guest||Gerald Martin|
|Interviewed Guest||Michael Doré|
|Interviewed Guest||Paul O'Grady|
|Interviewed Guest||Paul Hoggart|
|Interviewed Guest||Fred Inglis|
|Interviewed Guest||Melvyn Bragg|
|Interviewed Guest||David Willey|
|Interviewed Guest||Ian Partridge|
|Interviewed Guest||Andrew Green|