Clarissa Dickson Wright, Lord Ballyedmond, L'Wren Scott, Mohammed Fahim, Peter Callander
On Last Word with Julian Worricker:
Clarissa Dickson Wright, one half of the forthright on-screen duo, 'Two Fat Ladies'. Former BBC2 controller, Jane Root, pays tribute to a woman described by many as 'utterly non-PC'.
Lord Ballyedmond, who became one of Northern Ireland's richest men, and was a politician at Westminster and in Dublin.
Peter Callander who wrote hits for the likes of Cliff Richard, Cilla Black and Dusty Springfield.
Mohammed Qasim Fahim, one of Afghanistan's two vice-presidents. The BBC's chief international correspondent, Lyse Doucet, reflects on his role.
And the model who became a stylist and then an acclaimed fashion designer, L'Wren Scott.
Clarissa Dickson Wright
Julian spoke to friend and fellow presenter Sir John Scott, to singer Dillie Keane who went to school with her and to Jane Root, former Controller of BBC 2.Born 24 June 1947; died 15 March 2014 aged 66.
Julian spoke to his friend Lord Empey and to the BBC’s Northern Ireland Economic Editor, John Campbell.
Born 5 January 1944; died 14 March 2014 aged 70.
Julian spoke to Lisa Armstrong, Fashion Editor at the Telegraph newspaper.Born 28 April 1964; died 17 March 2014 aged 49.
Julian spoke to the BBC Chief International Correspondent, Lyse Doucet.Born 1957; died 9 March 2014 aged 56 or 57.
Julian spoke to Mitch Murray with whom he wrote many successful hits.
Born 10 October 1939; died 25 February 2014 aged 74.
|Interviewed Guest||John Scott|
|Interviewed Guest||Dillie Keane|
|Interviewed Guest||Jane Root|
|Interviewed Guest||Mitch Murray|
|Interviewed Guest||Lyse Doucet|
|Interviewed Guest||Lisa Armstrong|
|Interviewed Guest||John Campbell|
|Interviewed Guest||Reg Empey|