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Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Edmonde Charles-Roux, Norman Hudis, Antonin Scalia, Harper Lee

Matthew Bannister on UN Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali, French Vogue editor Edmonde Charles-Roux, screenwriter Norman Hudis, US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia

Matthew Bannister on

Boutros Boutros-Ghali, the United Nations Secretary General who had to deal with genocide in Rwanda and the war in the Balkans.

Edmonde Charles-Roux, the former resistance fighter who became editor of French Vogue magazine.

Norman Hudis, the screenwriter of many of the Carry On comedy films.

And Antonin Scalia, the conservative US Supreme Court Justice.

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28 minutes

Boutros Boutros-Ghali (Pictured)

Matthew spoke to the BBC’s former Cairo correspondent  Paul Martin and Lord Hannay.

Born 14 November 1922; Died 16 February 2016 Aged 93

Edmonde Charles-Roux

Matthew spoke to cultural commentator; Veronica Horwell.

Born 17 April 1920; Died 20 January 2016 Aged 95

Norman Hudis

Last Word spoke to writer and Carry On expert; Robert Ross.

Born 27 July 1922; Died 8 February 2016 Aged 93

Antonin Scalia

Last Word spoke to News Correspondent; Jon Sopel.

Born 11 March 1936; Died 13 February 2016 Aged 79

Harper Lee

Matthew spoke to Cultural Commentator; Michael Goldfarb.
Born 28 April 1926; Died 19 February 2016 Aged 89


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Presenter Matthew Bannister