Helmut Kohl, Anita Pallenberg, Professor Brian Bellhouse, Naseem Khan, Brian Cant

Julian Worricker on:

Helmut Kohl, Chancellor of Germany at the time of the country's re-unification.

Anita Pallenberg, artiste and muse to three of the Rolling Stones.

Scientist, Brian Bellhouse, who invented the needle-free injection.

Naseem Khan, a pioneering figure within the minority ethnic arts scene in Britain.

Brian Cant, children's TV presenter, most famous for his twenty years on Play School.

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Helmut Kohl

Born 3 April 1930; died 16 June 2017 aged 87.

Julian spoke to Dr Christian Wicke, Assistant Professor in Political History at Utrecht University.

Anita Pallenberg

Born 6 April 1942; died 13 June 2017 aged 75.

Julian spoke to the rock journalist Adam Sweeting.

Professor Brian Bellhouse

Born October 1936; died 13 June aged 80.

Julian spoke to his business partner and son-in-law Lord Paul Drayson.

Naseem Khan

Born 11 August 1939; died 8 June 2017 aged 77.

Julian spoke to actress and theatre director Sudha Bhuchar and to Jatinda Verma, Director of Tara Arts Theatre Company.

Brian Cant

Born 12 July 1933; died 19 June 2017 aged 83.

Last Word spoke to the children’s entertainer Baroness Floella Benjamin and to his friend and musical collaborator Jonathan Cohen.

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PresenterJulian Worricker