Professor Robert McNeill Alexander, Reg Grundy, Sally Brampton, Tony Cozier, Madeleine LeBeau
Matthew Bannister on zoologist Professor Robert McNeill Alexander, TV producer Reg Grundy, magazine editor Sally Brampton, cricket commentator Tony Cozier.
Matthew Bannister on
Professor Robert McNeill Alexander - the father of animal biomechanics, who revealed how fast dinosaurs could run.
The Australian TV producer Reg Grundy who was behind a string of popular hits, including Neighbours, Wheel of Fortune and Prisoner Cell Block H.
Sally Brampton, the founding editor of British Elle magazine who wrote a powerful book about her struggle with depression.
And Tony Cozier, the West Indian cricket commentator who was a much loved member of the Test Match Special team.
Professor Robert McNeill Alexander
Matthew spoke to Alan Wilson, Professor at the Royal Veterinary College and to Geoffrey Boxshall of the Zoological Society of London.
Born 7 July 1934; died 21 March 2016 aged 81.
Matthew spoke to Alan Boyd, Chief Executive of Grundy Productions UK and to television historian, Andrew Mercado.
Born 4 August 4 1923; died 6 May 2016 aged 92.
Matthew spoke to her friend and colleague, Louise Chunn.
Born 15 July 1955, died May 10 2016 aged 60.
Matthew spoke to BBC cricket correspondent, Jonathan Agnew.
Born 10 July 1940; died 11 May 2016 aged 75.
Born 10 June 1923; died 1 May 2016 aged 92.
|Interviewed Guest||Alan Wilson|
|Interviewed Guest||Geoffrey Boxshall|
|Interviewed Guest||Alan Boyd|
|Interviewed Guest||Louise Chunn|
|Interviewed Guest||Jonathan Agnew|