Lord Snowdon, Graham Taylor, Jill Saward, Peter Sarstedt, Clare Hollingworth
Matthew Bannister on photographer Lord Snowdon, football manager Graham Taylor, sexual violence campaigner Jill Saward, musician Peter Sarstedt, war reporter Clare Hollingworth.
Matthew Bannister on
Lord Snowdon - renowned photographer and Princess Margaret's former husband.
Graham Taylor - the football manager who had success with Watford and Aston Villa, but was lampooned for his performance with England.
Jill Saward, the rape survivor who campaigned for the rights of those who suffer sexual violence.
The singer and songwriter Peter Sarsdedt, best known for the song "Where Do You Go To My Lovely?"
And Clare Hollingworth, the war reporter who broke the story of the Nazi invasion of Poland.
Producer: Neil George.
Matthew spoke to sports broadcasters Pat Murphy and Mike Ingham.
Born 15 September 1944; died 12 January 2017 aged 72.
Born 7 March 1930; died 13 January 2017 aged 86.
Matthew spoke to her husband, Gavin Drake and to her friend Helen Austin.
Born 14 January 1965; died 5 January 2017 aged 51.
Last Word spoke to Ray Singer who produced Peter’s hit Where Do You Go To My Lovely.
Born 10 December 1941; died 8 January 2017 aged 75.
Born 10 October 1911; died 10 January 2017 aged 105.
|Interviewed Guest||Hugo Vickers|
|Interviewed Guest||Pat Murphy|
|Interviewed Guest||Gavin Drake|
|Interviewed Guest||Helen Austin|
|Interviewed Guest||Raymond Singer|