Sir Antony Jay, Donald Henderson, Tom Cholmondeley, Patsy Wright-Warren CBE, Lord Rix
Julian Worricker on writer Sir Antony Jay, epidemiologist Donald Henderson, aristocrat Tom Cholmondeley, nurse Patsy Wright-Warren, entertainer and campaigner Lord Rix.
Julian Worricker on....
The co-writer of 'Yes Minister' and 'Yes Prime Minister' - Sir Antony Jay....
Donald Henderson, American epidemiologist, who led the WHO's campaign to eradicate smallpox....
The aristocrat Tom Cholmondeley, who divided opinion in his native Kenya after he shot dead two black men on his ranch....
Nursing leader, Patsy Wright-Warren, who went on to travel the world for the Ryder-Cheshire Foundation.....
and the entertainer and actor, Brian Rix, who was one of the country's leading campaigners for people with learning disabilities.
Producer: Neil George.
Sir Antony Jay
Julian spoke to Derek Fowlds, who played Bernard Woolley in ‘Yes Minister’.
Born 20 April 1930; died 21 August 2016 aged 86.
Julian spoke to Dr. Thomas Inglesby, Director of the UPMC Center for Health Security.
Born 7 September 1928; died 19 August 2016 aged 87.
Julian spoke to former BBC correspondent Adam Mynott and to Tom’s step-cousin Fiona Cunningham-Reid who made a documentary about his trial in Kenya.
Born 19 June 1968; died 17 August 2016 aged 48.
Patsy Wright-Warren CBE
Julian spoke to her nephew, Richard Westlake.
Born 24July 1929; died 8 April 2016 aged 86.
Lord Rix (pictured)
Julian spoke to Ciara Lawrence, a user of Mencap and to family friend Jo Benjamin.
Born 27 January 1924; died 8 August 2016 aged 92.
|Interviewed Guest||Derek Fowlds|
|Interviewed Guest||Thomas Inglesby|
|Interviewed Guest||Fiona Cunningham-Reid|
|Interviewed Guest||Richard Westlake|
|Interviewed Guest||Ciara Lawrence|
|Interviewed Guest||Joe Benjamin|
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