John Noakes, Manuel Noriega, Pat Stewart, Rex Sanders, Gregg Allman
Julian Worricker on TV presenter John Noakes; Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega; dancer Pat Stewart; navigator Wing Commander Rex Sanders; rock musician Gregg Allman.
Julian Worricker on:
The broadcaster, John Noakes, who was famous for his daredevil exploits on Blue Peter for thirteen years....
Manuel Noriega, who flirted with the Americans as leader of Panama, and ended up being jailed by them....
The dancer for whom one photograph of her on railings on Blackpool promenade shot her to fame, Pat Stewart....
Wing Commander Rex Sanders, lead navigator on a series of top secret missions over the Soviet Union...
And the American rock musician, Gregg Allman, whose band created the sound known as Southern Rock.
Producer: Neil George.
Last Word spoke to fellow presenter, Peter Purves and to journalist Robert Chalmers.
Born 6 March 1934; died 28 May 2017 aged 83.
Julian spoke to Arturo Wallace, a reporter for the BBC Spanish service and to Peter Eisner, former correspondent for the Washington Post who wrote Noriega’s Memoirs.
Born 11 February 1934; died 29 May 2017 aged 83.
Julian spoke to her daughter, Rachel Stewart and to author Veronica Clark.
Born 25 November 1933; died 7 May 2017 aged 83.
Wing Commander Rex Sanders
Julian spoke to Dr Paul Lashmar who interviewed Mr Sanders for his book ‘Spy Flights of the Cold War’.
Born 14 December 1922; died 10 May 2017 aged 94.
Julian spoke to music journalist, Garth Cartwright.
Born 8 December 1947; died 27 May 2017 aged 69.
|Interviewed Guest||Peter Purves|
|Interviewed Guest||Robert Chalmers|
|Interviewed Guest||Arturo Wallace|
|Interviewed Guest||Peter Eisner|
|Interviewed Guest||Rachel Stewart|
|Interviewed Guest||Veronica Clark|
|Interviewed Guest||Paul Lashmar|
|Interviewed Guest||Garth Cartwright|
- Fri 2 Jun 2017 16:00
- Sun 4 Jun 2017 20:30