Rhodri Morgan, Michael Wearing, Dr Helen Szamuely, Ian Brady, Robert Miles
Matthew Bannister on Welsh politician Rhodri Morgan, TV producer Michael Wearing, campaigner Helen Szamuely, Moors murderer Ian Brady and DJ Robert Miles.
Matthew Bannister on
Rhodri Morgan the former Welsh First Minister, known as the Labour Party's "Father of Welsh devolution".
Michael Wearing the TV producer behind award winning series like "Boys From The Blackstuff" and "Edge of Darkness".
Helen Szamuely who helped to start the Anti Federalist League - which became the UK Independence Party.
The Moors murderer Ian Brady.
And the DJ Robert Miles - best known for his international hit "Children".
Producer: Neil George.
Born 29 September 1939; died 17 May 2017 aged 77.
Matthew spoke live in the studio to academic and political adviser, Laura McAllister.
Born 12 March 1939; died 5 May 2017 aged 78.
Matthew spoke to his friend and colleague, Kevin Loader.
Born 25 June 1950; died 5 April 2017 aged 66.
Matthew spoke to her daughter, Katherine Szamuely and to fellow campaigner, Alan Sked.
Born 2 January 1938; died 15 May 2017 aged 79.
Peter Gould, former BBC Home Affairs correspondent, reflects on his 30-year correspondence with him.
Born 3 November 1969; died 9 May 2017 aged 48.
Matthew spoke to Ralph Moore, editor-at-large for Mixmag.
|Interviewed Guest||Laura McAllister|
|Interviewed Guest||Kevin Loader|
|Interviewed Guest||Katherine Szamuely|
|Interviewed Guest||Alan Sked|
|Interviewed Guest||Peter Gould|
|Interviewed Guest||Ralph Moore|