Baroness Heyhoe Flint, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, Una Kroll, William Peter Blatty, Sir James Mancham
Matthew Bannister on cricketer Baroness Heyhoe Flint, Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, campaigner Una Kroll, writer William Peter Blatty.
Matthew Bannister on
Baroness Rachael Heyhoe Flint who captained the England women's cricket team to victory in the World Cup.
Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, one of the key players in the country's revolution.
Dr. Una Kroll, a tireless campaigner for the ordination of women.
William Peter Blatty who wrote the book and the film "The Exorcist"
And Sir James Mancham, the first President of the Seychelles
Producer: Neil George.
Baroness Heyhoe Flint
Matthew spoke to fellow cricketer Barbara Daniels and to Sir Tim Rice.
Born 11 June 1939; died 18 January 2017 aged 77.
Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani
Matthew spoke to Kasra Naji, Special Correspondent for BBC Persian TV.
Born 25 August 1934; died 8 January 2017 aged 82.
Matthew spoke to her friends and fellow activists, Linda Hurcomb and Susan Dowell.
Born 15 December 1925; died 6 January 2017 aged 91.
William Peter Blatty
Matthew spoke to the film critic, Kim Newman.
Born 7 January 1928; died 12 January 2017 aged 89.
Sir James Mancham
Author Tim Ecott pays tribute.
Born 11 August 1939; died 8 January 2017 aged 77.
|Interviewed Guest||Barbara Daniels|
|Interviewed Guest||Tim Rice|
|Interviewed Guest||Kasra Naji|
|Interviewed Guest||Linda Hurcomb|
|Interviewed Guest||Susan Dowell|
|Interviewed Guest||Kim Newman|
|Interviewed Guest||Tim Ecott|