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Sir Adrian Cadbury, Rico Rodriguez, Ieng Thirith, Margaret Harrison, Judy Carne

Matthew Bannister on businessman Sir Adrian Cadbury, ska trombonist Rico Rodriguez, Khmer Rouge minister Ieng Thirith, Home Start founder Margaret Harrison and actress Judy Carne.

Matthew Bannister on

Sir Adrian Cadbury - who was chairman of the family confectionery firm, led its merger with Schweppes and wrote an influential report on corporate governance. He was also an Olympic rower - and Sir Steve Redgrave pays tribute.

Rico Rodriguez the trombonist who helped create ska and reggae and played with the Specials and Jools Holland, who shares his memories.

Ieng Thirith - health minister of the Khmer Rouge and sister in law of Pol Pot. She was indicted for crimes against humanity.

Margaret Harrison who founded the Home Start charity which sends volunteers to help parents who are struggling to cope.

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Sir Adrian Cadbury

Matthew spoke to his brother, Sir Dominic Cadbury.

Born 15 April 1929; died 3 September 2015 aged 86.

Rico Rodriguez (pictured)

Last Word spoke to music journalist David Katz.

Born 17 October 1934; died 4 September 2015 aged 80.

Ieng Thirith

Matthew spoke to Robert Carmichael who is an independent correspondent in Cambodia.

Born 10 March 1932; died 22 August 2015 aged 83.

Margaret Harrison CBE

Matthew spoke to Raj Gill-Harrison who was helped by the Home Start charity.

Born 1 April 1938; died 16 August 2015 aged 77.

Judy Carne

Born 27 April 1939; died 3 September 2015 aged 76.



Role Contributor
Presenter Matthew Bannister
Producer Neil George
Interviewed Guest David Katz
Interviewed Guest Robert Carmichael
Interviewed Guest Raj Gill-Harrison
Interviewed Guest Dominic Cadbury