A BBC political editor, a naturalist, a landscape architect, a Sultan and a union leader
Matthew Bannister on the BBC Political Editor John Cole who covered the turbulent politics of the 1980s - and was satirised by Spitting Image.
Also Professor John Cloudsley-Thompson - once called the "Titan of the Sahara" - he was a leading expert on the wildlife of the world's deserts.
Georgina Livingston, the landscape architect who designed a competition-winning scheme for Stonehenge
Roy Grantham, the moderate trade union leader who struggled to resolve the bitter 1970s dispute at the Grunwick photo processing plant
And the Sultan of Sulu - who late in life launched an abortive bid to annexe part of North Borneo.
Producer: Neil George.
Last Word spoke to Andrew Marr and to Lord Kinnock.
Born 23 November 1927; died 8 November 2013 aged 85.
Matthew spoke to his son Peter Cloudsley and to his friend Roger Tabor who is chairman of the British Naturalist Aassociation.
Born 23 May 1921; died 4 October 2013 aged 92.
Matthew spoke to her brother, Sir Richard Eyre and to the landscape architect Ted Cullinan.
Born 24 August 1941; died 21 September 2013 aged 72.
Last Word spoke to his friend Marion Rutherford, to Derek Rutherford, Chairman of the Institute of Alcohol Studies, to the former BBC Industry Correspondent, Nicholas Jones and to Baroness Shirley Williams.
Born 12 December 1926; died 25 October 2013 aged 86.
Sultan Jamalul Kiram III
Matthew spoke to the journalist Kate McGeown.
Born 16 July 1938; died 20 October 2013 aged 75.
|Interviewed Guest||Andrew Marr|
|Interviewed Guest||Neil Kinnock|
|Interviewed Guest||Peter Cloudsley|
|Interviewed Guest||Roger Tabor|
|Interviewed Guest||Richard Eyre|
|Interviewed Guest||Ted Cullinan|
|Interviewed Guest||Marion Rutherford|
|Interviewed Guest||Derek Rutherford|
|Interviewed Guest||Nicholas Jones|
|Interviewed Guest||Shirley Williams|
|Interviewed Guest||Kate McGeown|