Matthew Bannister on Spanish Civil war nurse Penny Feiwel, soprano Margaret Price, Ugandan gay activist David Kato, sporting gun maker Malcolm Lyell and film composer John Barry.
On Last Word this week:
Penny Feiwel who volunteered as a nurse in the Spanish Civil war and was badly wounded.
The Welsh operatic soprano Dame Margaret Price, known for her interpretations of Mozart, Verdi and German Lieder.
The Ugandan gay rights campaigner David Kato who was murdered in his own home.
Malcolm Lyell, who sold British shotguns to kings, princes and maharajahs as well as rich Americans.
And film composer John Barry - best known for Bond music - but who won five Oscars for his scores for other movies.